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BINGHAMTON, NY – The Broome County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the Johnson Classroom Elements and Teacher Workshops have been chosen for this year’s round of funding from the Stephen David Ross Binghamton University and Community Projects Fund. Since its inception, the Ross Fund has provided money for creative and innovative cooperative efforts between the University and local non-profit organizations to enhance the quality of life in Greater Binghamton. Nine proposals were submitted for consideration for the 2014-15 funding. After review by a panel of University and community representatives, two projects will receive a total of $10,000.
BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton University Dean Krishnaswami "Hari" Srihari has been named among three 2014 recipients of the Michael P. Malone International Leadership Awards, recognizing individuals who have made significant contributions to international education at public and land-grant institutions.
BINGHAMTON, NY -- The Binghamton University Foundation has named Sheila Doyle as its executive director. In this role, Doyle will report directly to President Harvey Stenger and serve as a member of his senior officer’s group. Her primary role will be planning and organizing the continued growth and development of the Binghamton University Foundation, which includes $150 million in assets and nearly $100 million in its investment portfolio.
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