A Message from the Dean
Since its founding in 1970, the School of Management has experienced tremendous growth in its programs, faculty, enrollment and reputation. The school is now widely recognized for its excellence in management education and research.
Our success is based on achieving a shared vision of being the best business school among public mid-size universities. This vision rests upon a vibrant network of alumni, friends and corporate partners. Their investments support excellence in academic programs, attracting world-class faculty and recruiting outstanding students.
Exciting experiential learning opportunities in the school include the PricewaterhouseCoopers Scholars Program, the Zurack Trading Room, an innovative entrepreneurship program and international study trips to Asia and Europe. These experiences broaden and mold our students into emerging business leaders of tomorrow.
As we continue to move forward with our vision, the school is seeking endowed funding for many initiatives including naming the school, the Academic A Building in which the school is housed, research centers, professorships and scholarships. Your support for the School of Management will have a measurable and inspiring impact on the quality of the school, its programs, faculty and on the lives of our talented students.
I invite you to invest in our future.
Upinder S. Dhillon, Dean and Koffman Scholar
Points of Pride
- Ranked 12th in the nation by BusinessWeek among public undergraduate programs and 35th overall.
- Based on student evaluations, BusinessWeek graded teaching quality at Binghamton an A and job placement an A. Starting salaries for graduates were ranked 9th best in the nation.
- Six of our faculty members have received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching — the highest teaching recognition conferred by the State University of New York.