Faculty

Wasps may provide climate change insights

Wasps may provide climate change insights

Published Sep 26, 2019

Kirsten Prior's research takes her all over the country, as the biologist seeks out bugs most people try to avoid. Read more

Math educator innovates in and out of class

Math educator innovates in and out of class

Published Sep 13, 2019

When high school math teacher Amber Simpson saw a need for education reform, she ended up in the perfect position to make a difference. Read more

Nursing practice informs researcher’s work

Nursing practice informs researcher’s work

Published Aug 19, 2019

Melissa Sutherland’s research focuses on interpersonal violence, its impact on young women and factors that perpetuate intimate partner violence. Read more

Psychologist aims to help couples under stress

Psychologist aims to help couples under stress

Published Aug 12, 2019

Christina Balderrama-Durbin’s research has addressed post-traumatic stress disorder and couples therapy. Read more

Immigration policy central to faculty research

Immigration policy central to faculty research

Published Jul 19, 2019

Binghamton's Óscar Gil-García works within migrant communities to redefine and understand the history of immigration policy and the health of disadvantaged communities. Read more

Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’

Book critiques capitalism’s emphasis on ‘cheap things’

Published Sep 24, 2018

Binghamton sociologist Jason Moore argues that capitalism is one of the most flawed and inefficient systems of organizing humans and nature. Read more

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Faculty innovation could transform brain tumor surgery

Published Jul 16, 2018

Surgical removal of brain tumors may become easier and more precise, thanks to Binghamton research that recently received funding from the National Institutes of Health. Read more