Opening celebration of Alumni Center makes Homecoming 2015 historic
"Welcome Alumni" signs have been familiar fixtures at previous Homecomings, but Homecoming 2015 was unique because the message was attached to a place where graduates will be welcomed when they return to Binghamton. The Alumni Center grand opening was the main event of Homecoming, which attracted more than 1,000 alumni. Read more.
TIER Talks offers mind-blowing insights into the brain's pathways
Steve Treistman '67 (pictured), professor of neurobiology at the University of Puerto Rico, was one of four speakers who presented mind-blowing research findings and perspectives about the pathways in our brains. Read more.
Congressman/alumnus stresses teamwork, perseverance
U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries '92 returned to Binghamton with a message of converting
challenges into opportunities along the pursuit of a profession in public service.
He spoke at the University Downtown Center in honor of the 20th anniversary of the
Master of Public Administration program and Homecoming 2015.
Homecoming reunions through the eyes of a student
Homecoming was a time for classmates and teammates to come back to where it all happened. A soon-to-be Binghamton graduate reflects on the people she met at the reunions that took place during Homecoming weekend. Read more.
Author defends 'republic of imagination' at Homecoming talk
Azar Nafisi, best-selling author of Reading Lolita in Tehran, drew an audience of about 125 people on Oct. 9, many of whom stayed at the Anderson Center for an hour or more afterward to meet her and have her sign copies of her books. Read more.
$1 million gift to benefit Athletics
Binghamton University announced a gift of $1 million from prominent local physician and Binghamton University Foundation Board of Directors member Dr. Bai Lee to benefit the Department of Athletics. Read more.
A new brand for Binghamton University
With the competitive environment that is higher education, presenting a single, succinct
and compelling story is essential for Binghamton University to move forward along
its Road Map to Premier.
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