Speakers

Astronaut touches down at Binghamton University

Epps, originally from Syracuse, has a bachelor’s degree in physics from LeMoyne College and a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland. Prior to being selected ...


Speakers

New York City teacher describes experience at Binghamton University and beyond

Herman’s video conference was a part of the “Cool Connections, Hot Alumni” virtual speaker series for the 2014-15 academic year, a collaboration between the Alumni Association and the Fleishman Center for Career ...


Community

OCCT changes schedule to shorten wait times

While the new inbound-outbound structure will remain the same, according to Student Association President Alex Liu, West Side and DCR buses will be allocated five extra minutes to address the realities of ...


Science & Research

Johnson City pharmacy school set to open in 2018

According to Stenger, the school will be integrated into the University’s START-UP NY framework and will pursue solutions for global health problems while continuing to support local, regional and statewide economic growth. ...


Science & Research

Binghamton University engineers create puncture resistant gloves for capstone project

Calvin Davis, Katie Schwiker, Lisa Benison and Matt Reiss created a prototype of puncture-resistant gloves for their capstone project. They were guided by professor George Catalano, as well as by bioengineering faculty ...


Speakers

Rajagopalan Radhakrishnan professor explores humanist theories, relations to nationalism

Radhakrishnan’s talk related Spanos’ theories of humanities to Martin Heidegger, a German philosopher, and Edward Said, a Palestinian American thinker and literary theorist. He said he hoped to examine the idea of ...


Campus News

Knighted professor authors over 46 books, cites President Kennedy as inspiration

Sticca was born in Italy and moved to the United States just after he finished high school. He knew almost no English, but studied Greek, Latin and French growing up. Before college, ...


Community

Man's best friend becomes campus' favorite attraction

As she began her daily campus walk on Saturday afternoon, Gypsy greeted every student with a nudge and a paw-shake. According to Weiner, the walks last about an hour and each have ...


Science & Research

BU sophomore researches media representation of public and private universities

In his research, Fischer looked at variables such as rank, size, proximity to New York City and whether or not the school was public or private. ...


Community

Binghamton student groups join the People's Climate March in New York City

The rally took place in New York City two days before the United Nations Climate Summit. The event began at 11:30 a.m. in midtown Manhattan and lasted over four hours. ...