Binghamton University names Mead to post in Student Affairs
Cornelia Mead Hass been was named assistant vice president for student affairs administration at Binghamton University.
Mead, who had been assistant dean of Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science since 2001, holds an MBA from the University’s School of Management and a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.
She started at Binghamton as a full-time graduate student in the controller’s office in 1996. After Mead finished her MBA in 1998, she joined the Pegasus Project, where she worked on the implementation of Oracle applications until taking the position in the Watson School.