SEPTEMBER 2010 - TOP STORIES
Medical pros develop smartphone apps to help peers
Adam Bitterman '05 (pictured) and Jeffrey Midgley '04 developed a line of smartphone apps that serve as ready-reference tools for healthcare practitioners. It's the core business of JAMB Innovations, which they run in addition to their full-time work in the medical field.
New sportswear gives incentive to work out harder
Benjamin Wood '05 is the founder and CEO of ViewSport, a Rochester-area company that has quickly attracted attention for a new brand of athletic wear - T-shirts that show an image more prominently as you sweat more.
Computer science students take top prize in FAA Design Competition
Binghamton's engineering school is developing alumni entrepreneurs of the future. For the second year in a row, our computer science students have come out on top in the Federal Aviation Administration Design Competition for Universities.
Talented class enters Binghamton this fall
The Class of 2014 boasts some of the most impressive academic credentials of any Binghamton class ever with an average SAT score of 1289 and an average high school GPA of 94.
New members named to alumni board
Gerald Mollen '74 - district attorney for Broome County, N.Y. - is one of five alumni recently named to the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Their terms of service have already started, and will expire on June 30, 2012.
Changing the face of Greek life at Binghamton
Sunni Solomon joined the Binghamton University staff as assistant director of Greek life earlier this year, taking over a community of more than 50 Greek organizations at Binghamton.