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BU alumnus watches University growth through education, career

Joe Tiesi, ‘86, campus visit coordinator and associate director for undergraduate admissions, received a B.A. in history and philosophy from Binghamton University. 1. How do you feel that BU prepared you for...


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BU alumna stresses importance of adaptability

Paula Russell, senior director of the Center for Learning and Teaching, received her B.S. in applied social sciences in 1995 and MPA in 2008 at Binghamton University. 1. What was one of...


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Alumna urges students to build networks for social growth

Shelley Dionne, MBA ‘94, management Ph.D. ‘98, is an associate dean and professor of leadership, area chair leadership and organizational science at Binghamton University. 1. What was one of your most valuable...


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Fleishman Center for Career and Professional development director credits BU education to success

Denise Lorenzetti, director of the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development, got her BS in industrial engineering technology in 1994 and her MBA in 1997 from Binghamton University. 1. What was...


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Mindset Mentors work to alleviate stress for students amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Mindset Mentors, a group composed of health and wellness studies students, have been working throughout the fall semester to alleviate stress for students during this unprecedented semester. The Mindset Mentors program...


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BU junior reflects on run for Broome County Legislature

A Binghamton University student ran for Broome County Legislature in the most recent election, hoping to elevate student voices in the local lawmaking process. Jackson White, a junior majoring in philosophy, politics...


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BU student donates decorated crutches to kids in need

When in-person classes at Binghamton University ceased in March due to COVID-19, BU student Natali Avshalomov, a senior majoring in human development, founded the “Walking on Sunshine Project.” The project works with...


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BU professor helps disprove long-held beliefs regarding the decline of Easter Island civilization

On Easter Island, long-held beliefs regarding the decline of the island’s civilization have been disproven by a team of researchers, and this team includes a faculty member of Binghamton University. Carl Lipo,...


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I-GMAP webinar discusses United States-Mexico border situation through atrocity prevention lens

“The U.S. Border as an Atrocity Prevention Site,” a webinar hosted by the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP), analyzed how American laws and the actions of U.S. Immigration and...