Speakers Series Fall 2014
Binghamton University and the Community
A 3-part discussion on expanding higher education institutions to shape and redefine future local economic and community ventures.
Assistant Vice President for Innovation and Economic Development, Binghamton University
Per oversees the office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships including tech transfer activities, the start-up suite, entrepreneurial support and economic growth initiatives. He is also overseeing the new High Technology Incubator in downtown Binghamton and is the lead contact for the Start-up NY initiative at Binghamton University.
Brian T. Rose
Vice President for Student Affairs, Binghamton University
Prior to becoming Binghamton University’s Vice President for Student Affairs in January 2008, Brian spent more than 16 years at Rutgers University in a variety of roles and 3 ½ years as a practicing attorney with a Philadelphia firm where he specialized in real estate development work. Brian holds a law degree from Georgetown University and earned his Bachelor’s Degree at University of Pennsylvania. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in education law and urban planning at Binghamton and Rutgers.
October 2, 2014
Binghamton University Downtown Center
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