Binghamton Neighborhood Project: The Binghamton Neighborhood Project (BNP) is a group of faculty and students from Binghamton University (BU) that works with community partners to improve the quality of life in our area. The most distinctive feature of the BNP is its scientific foundation. An explosion of basic scientific research relevant to the human condition has taken place over the last few decades, including an integration among disciplines that is ultimately rooted in evolutionary theory. This newly derived knowledge can provide new solutions to a wide range of practical problems. In fact, never before have basic and applied research contributed so strongly to each other.BALLE: At the Business Alliance for Local Living Economies, BALLE [bawl-EE], our work is focused on creating real prosperity by connecting leaders, spreading solutions that work, and driving investment toward local economies.
Food and Health Network: FaHN is an eight-county coalition of diverse stakeholders working to build food-secure communities and a strong regional food system through collaboration. FaHN is an interdisciplinary, systematic, and regional approach to impact South Central NY’s food security.
Empire State Future The Empire State Future Coalition consists of local, regional, state, and national organizations and companies dedicated to smart growth and sustainable development. Empire State Future and its Coalition support each other’s common missions reciprocally; together, we are building and binding a collective effort to move smart growth ahead in New York in leaps and bounds.
Small Business Development Center (Binghamton University) - The SBDC at Binghamton University is a comprehensive program to provide management and technical assistance to small businesses in a seven county area. Those counties served include: Broome, Cortland, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Tioga and Tompkins counties.