02 Sep Discover Binghamton – The Premier Public University
Binghamton University, the best public university in the northeast. Period.
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In a little over 60 years, Binghamton University has built a reputation as a world-class institution that combines a broadly interdisciplinary, international education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. Binghamton is proud to be a “premier public university,” which means we challenge our students academically, not financially. The result is a unique, best-of-both-worlds college experience. Our academic culture is rigorous, collaborative and boldly innovative — while our campus culture exemplifies the best kind of public university experience: richly diverse students, active social life and deep engagement with the community. Our students, both undergraduate and graduate, work one-on-one with an exceptional faculty that includes Pulitzer Prize winners and groundbreaking scholars. They take advantage of special academic opportunities like combined degrees, foreign-language study groups and an unparalleled international education program.
“Discover Binghamton: The Premier Public University,” was shown to and praised by State University of New York Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher.
The video showcases Binghamton’s achievements as a world-class institution that combines a broadly interdisciplinary, international education with one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. This video gave us the ability to tell Binghamton’s story in a very compelling and visual way while capturing the spirit of achievement at Binghamton, said Interim University Associate VP for Communications and Marketing Greg Delviscio. We were also fortunate to find students, faculty and staff who were able to assist with the production from start to finish.
An online video title competition was launched where participants could submit and vote for title ideas. During filming, the campus community seemed intrigued as well as curious to see the final outcome, so we decided to make them part of the process by giving them a say in what the video title should be, said Ryan Yarosh, assistant director of media relations and video project director. The video, which was filmed and edited over the course of several weeks, includes aerial footage of campus as well as interviews with students, faculty and staff.