Jones to receive Kennedy Center honors
In early December, a former Binghamton University student will receive one of the nation's highest awards in performing arts. You'll be able to see the recognition ceremony on television later in the month.
Alumnus looks for Ms. Right on TV reality show
Douglas Kepanis '94 is no stranger to bad relationships. As founder of The Kepanis Law Firm, a divorce and family law firm in Long Island and Manhattan, Kepanis has been exposed to the dark side of love. However, he still hopes to find "the one."
Reiser working on music project, comedy series
As Paul Reiser '77 waits for his new comedy show to hit the airwaves on NBC, he's working on a project in a different medium.
School of Management to offer new MBA program
In response to inquiries from non-SOM alumni with an interest in earning an MBA while maintaining their full-time employment, the School of Management is initiating an 18-month executive MBA program that will begin in September 2011.
Help current students with their job and internship searches
The Career Development Center (CDC) is looking to Binghamton alumni to assist students in securing internships and jobs. We encourage you and your employers to take part in our upcoming events.
Alumni admissions volunteer spotlight
Scott Eckers '02, MsEd '04 tells why he serves Binghamton University as an alumni admissions volunteer, and why fellow alumni should consider doing the same. At Homecoming 2010, he received the Alumni Admissions Volunteer Recognition Award.
Binghamton University Magazine recently got a makeover! Look for the fall issue to arrive soon. Or go right to the magazine's website, which also has a fresh, new look. Visit and tell us what you think.