Celia Woodruff

cwoodru2@binghamton.edu

23 Articles


Off-Campus News

BU research team looks for innovative way to improve water quality

A team at Binghamton University is researching how to improve the Southern Tier’s water quality using plants and fungi. The team’s goal is to filter per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from the...


Off-Campus News

Broome County to receive millions in opioid crisis relief from NYS Attorney General

The Southern Tier will be receiving up to $26.7 million in funds from Attorney General Letitia James’ HealNY tour to combat its opioid crisis. After successfully securing funds from a lawsuit filed...


News

Class of 2020 commencement to be held during homecoming

After having their in-person commencement ceremony canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Binghamton University’s Class of 2020 will finally be tossing their caps at this year’s Homecoming celebration. The commencement ceremony will...


News

Award-winning alumna teaches nutrition, food safety nationwide

Toby Amidor, a veteran of the food and nutrition industry, began her journey at Binghamton University, majoring in Hebrew studies and sharing meals with friends at the University Union’s Campus Pub. She...


Campus News

Center for Civic Engagement hosts "Whose Freedom?" event

Students convened at the “Whose Freedom? A Deliberative Dialogue on Inclusion and the First Amendment” event to tackle the topic of what public universities can do to uphold their constitutional First Amendment...


Campus News

"Bing Plague" spreads through University as flu season approaches

This fall, many Binghamton University students are finding themselves sick from a variety of illnesses they have dubbed the “Bing Plague.” With flu season occurring concurrently with the COVID-19 pandemic, many students...


Campus News

Bartle Library renovations to begin next month

Binghamton University is renovating the third floor of Glenn G. Bartle Library to include a Digital Scholarship Center, a recording studio and an updated study space with more electric outlets. Library construction...


Campus News

OCCT could suspend Late Nite route due to mistreatment of staff

Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) says it reserves the right to suspend OCCT Late Nite services if students continue to mistreat their employees and property. OCCT Late Nite services run buses to...


Campus News

Stories of the year

“BU pharmacy students serve as frontline workers in COVID-19 vaccination initiative” By Chloe Van Caeseele, published Feb. 22, 2021 When the COVID-19 vaccination initiative began, faculty and pharmacy students at Binghamton University...


Science & Research

Graduate students compete in Three Minute Thesis Competition

Eight final-round participants competed in Binghamton University’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition on Thursday, April 29. The 3MT Competition was first developed by Australia’s University of Queensland in 2008. The competition gives...