Jeremy Wells

jwells5@binghamton.edu

8 Articles


Campus News

New chemistry courses add options for pre-health students

Chemistry 101: Introduction To Chemistry is one of the most commonly taken courses at Binghamton University because of the multitude of requirements it fulfills, whether for a particular major, a general education...


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Professor leads youth debate camp in Dominican Republic

In October, Joseph Leeson-Schatz, director of speech and debate at BU, got on a plane to the Dominican Republic to run his second debate workshop at the Ashton School, bringing his expertise...


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Campus recognized for environmental sustainability

For nearly 50 years, Binghamton University has been active in the areas of environmental and sustainability research. Now, BU is tied in first place nationwide for Sustainability Research, and these efforts are...


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BU co-rec football league expands to include Mountainview College

Co-rec football is one of the oldest campus traditions at Binghamton University, but Mountainview College has always lacked its own team. Now, because of the renovations occurring in Hinman College, Mountainview College...


Off-Campus News

Proposal aims to improve community relations in North of Main Street neighborhood

The North of Main (NoMa) neighborhood, one of the several Binghamton areas affected by poverty, is the subject of the Town-Gown Advisory Board’s (TGAB) newly approved $25,000 proposal for community improvement. The...


Campus News

Annual safety report sees decline in crime on campus

At the third Binghamton University Council meeting of the academic year on Friday, BU’s annual security and safety report revealed that there were 1,290 crime incidents reported by BU’s New York State...


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Binghamton University to offer Master of Science in human rights

Beginning in fall 2019, Binghamton University will be offering a Master of Science in human rights, marking the first human rights master’s program offered by a school in the SUNY system. Suzy...


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Fast-track professional MBA program may deactivate by 2020

Binghamton University’s fast-track progression MBA (PMBA) program, located in New York City, allows students to receive a master’s in business administration in one year. However, after a recent Faculty Senate decision to...