Black History Month spotlight
Kibibi Mack-Shelton, PhD '91, Africana Studies scholar, discusses her writing and what Black History Month means to her. She wrote the recently-published Ahead of Her Time in Yesteryear: Geraldyne Pierce Zimmerman Comes of Age in a Southern African-American Family.
More reading on Black History
Binghamton University has some noted historians in the area of African-American history. See a listing of books on this topic published by our graduates.
From Binghamton to Uganda
Binghamton University students don't look at the world to see what it can give them. Rather, they examine it to find ways they can make it better. Bold.Brilliant.Binghamton — The Campaign for Binghamton University chronicles some of these amazing stories.
Teleconferencing helps students network with alumni
One of the best things about technology is its ability to bring people together, regardless of where they are physically located. The Alumni Association is using technology to bring alumni and students together for real-time career networking.
Be an ambassador for your alma mater
The spring semester is in full swing and recruiting activities are underway. The University's Office of Undergraduate Admissions is looking for a few dedicated alumni to help recruit students for this fall and beyond.
Think Binghamton advocacy update
Tuesday, March 1 is Binghamton University’s 10th annual Advocacy Day in Albany. Teams of students, alumni, faculty and staff are scheduled to meet with New York state leaders to discuss the University's economic and educational value to the region and state.