A Message From the Dean
Bucking the trend at other universities, Binghamton University made the bold move in 2006 to establish a standalone Graduate School of Education that focuses exclusively on graduate education.
Our faculty embodies decades of experience in educating educators. We’re proud of our outstanding students, most of whom already have their bachelor’s degree in hand (often from Binghamton) as they pursue excellence at the master’s and doctoral levels.
Over the next three to five years, Binghamton will become a significant player in the postgraduate education of teachers and administrators as we increase our enrollment, hire additional world-class faculty, grow our scholarly and grant-writing output, and enhance our programs.
Our goal is simple: to be one of the best education schools in the country. As we plan for the University’s next comprehensive campaign, we will move steadily toward that goal, turning the best students into the best teachers, administrators and scholars. At Binghamton, we’re serious about education.
S.G. Grant, Dean
Points of Pride
- Chris Leahey (EdD ’07) signed a contract with Teachers College Press to turn his dissertation into a book about high school history textbooks.
- The school’s Lyceum Institute of Lifelong Learning for students over age 50 recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.