Kelly Coyne

kconye1@binghamton.edu

13 Articles


Campus News

Bee pollinator boxes to be installed in Nature Preserve

During finals week, Binghamton University Bees is planning to take advantage of the warmer weather to install pollinator boxes throughout the Nature Preserve. The boxes, which will serve as shelter for a...


Community

Students, alumni volunteer at nine local sites for Global Day of Service

As part of the Global Day of Service, students, alumni, staff and residents of the Binghamton community demonstrated the collective power of volunteerism in more than 70 projects in three countries. The...


Campus News

DIVEST BING calls for financial transparency regarding University endowment, investments

Student members of DIVEST BING, a recently revived campus organization, are calling on Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger for financial transparency of the school’s $152,000,000 endowment. The University’s investments are handled by...


TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2019

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity "ignites" the Anderson Center

In an effort to “ignite” conversation, seven speakers, including a former CIA agent, a video game-industry based animation director and a Binghamton University undergraduate, spoke at the TEDxBinghamtonUniversity talks on Sunday afternoon....


SUNY News

SUNY Chancellor Kristina M. Johnson condemns proposed changes to Title IX rules

SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson condemned the Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX rules in a public letter released on Tuesday. Betsy DeVos, U.S. Secretary of Education, has been receiving backlash...


Science & Research

Students present research, projects at the Freshman Research Immersion program's poster session

Presenting research on topics ranging from algae to earthquakes, approximately 500 underclassmen showcased their work on Wednesday night as part of the Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program at Binghamton University. Freshmen and...


Campus News

Students address discrimination, difficulties of seeking out help at 'Mental Health in Minority Communities'

Students explored the intersection of minority experiences and mental health at a discussion hosted by the African Student Organization (ASO) and the Charles Drew Minority Pre-Health Society on Wednesday night. The event,...


Campus News

Speakers encourage students to advocate for clean energy policies at bipartisan event

By 2040, the atmospheric temperature will increase by as much as 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit, causing sea levels to rise and intense droughts to become more common, according to a recent report published...


Community

Monthly Broome County Mini Career Fair offers local employment options

Although the next Job and Internship Fair won’t occur on Binghamton University’s campus until spring 2019, students and local residents can still seek employment at the Broome County Mini Career Fair in...


Campus News

Binghamton University's NAACP chapter hosts annual "Get to Know Us" panel

In an effort to foster a discussion about culture and ethnicity on the Binghamton University campus, BU’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) hosted its annual...