In photographs, California's Mono Lake looks breathtakingly beautiful, with limestone formations rising from the bright blue water, surrounded by forest and snow-capped mountains. What makes the site important to Thomas Kulp, assistant professor of geological sciences, is harder to see. | Read more
Welcome to Harpur College of Arts and Sciences. With our three divisions – fine arts and humanities, science and mathematics, and social sciences – we are the largest of Binghamton University's six schools, boasting more than 8,100 undergraduate students and nearly 1,100 graduate students. However, we remain committed to our guiding philosophy established when Harpur College was founded: "From Breadth through Depth to Perspective."
The outstanding liberal arts education we offer provides all of this: a breadth in the liberal arts, a depth of knowledge in any subject (or subjects) you might choose, and the opportunity to open your mind to new ideas and perspectives. | Read more
In our spring newsletter you'll learn about some of the faculty and students who are shaping our intellectual community today. You will also see a few examples of ways in which our campus serves as a space for encounters that change lives. | Read more
We are pleased to announce this year's winners of the Andrew Bergman Award in Creative Writing. First place is awarded to Emily Gandolfo. Second and thrid place are awarded to Joanne Rosenthal and Andrew Henry. | Learn more about the award
One of the organization's key objectives is supporting the academic and career development of Asian and Asian American students and alumni. | Read more
Though a number of Harpur College students have participated in the Liberal Arts to Careers Externship, few can say their experience took them across the country and into the world of cable television. | Read more
Last Updated: 3/27/14