Online seminars are aimed at increasing access to on-campus EAP workshops for current and retired Binghamton University employees and their families who are unable to attend in person. All Binghamton University EAP online seminars are the property of Binghamton University and cannot be duplicated, re-distributed or broadcast without specific, written permission from all necessary parties.
This hour-long online seminar is designed to challenge the way we think about nutrition and weight management. Before we can nourish ourselves with food, we need to develop an understanding of our body, the food we eat and the relationship between the two. This program explores why we like the foods we like, why diets do not work and the importance of focusing on health rather than body weight. Join Health & Wellness Studies Lecturer Jennifer Wegmann in exploring this fascinating topic.
During this second session of our three-part series, Binghamton University Adjunct Lecturer and Researcher Dr. Lina Begdache shares research about components of the American diet that induce inflammation, promote weight gain and increase the risk of chronic diseases. In addition, Dr. Begdache addresses dietary components missing from the American diet that contribute to these conditions.
This final seminar in our three part nutrition series discusses practical approaches to improve nutrient intake over the course of the day for you and your family. Health & Wellness Studies Lecturer Sarah Thompson shares meal plan ideas, strategies for eating on the go and dietary suggestions to boost your metabolism. Come explore how easy planning a well-balance meal can be!
Don't have time to come to a workshop in person? Try a NYS Balance webinar on one of the following topics. Note, to access these webinars, you must first log on to NYS Balance (username: nys / password: balance). Once you have logged on to the NYS Balance site you can click on the links below to directly access the webinar of your choice.*
The ABCs of Working with the XYZs
Today's workforce is comprised of generations with different values and priorities. Learn to identify the characteristics and key motivational factors of each generation to foster successful work groups.
Building Resiliency 101
It's how we react to stress that determines if it will have a harmful impact on our health and well-being. Learn helpful tools and techniques to become more resilient to stress at home and at work. Printable relaxation and resiliency building handouts are included as a part of this online session.
Bullying: Confronting Hostility in the Workplace
Dealing with different personalities at work is a reality—dealing with a bully is a more difficult matter. Learn how to identify hostility in the workplace and how to deal with the bully who is creating it.
It's not just about the Money
Retirement planning is not just about your pension or 401k, it's an entirely new chapter in your life. Retirement can bring with it a new living environment, a chance to explore interests, or maybe even a new career. In this session, you will investigate these topics and more to better prepare you for the retirement years to come.
8 Steps to a Healthy Heart
February 20, 2014
Noon - 1 p.m.
*Additional webinars on a wide variety of topics are located at www.nysbalance.ny.gov (username: nys / password: balance).
The Altzheimer's Association offers a variety of online webinars on topics ranging from the "10 Warning Signs" to "Legal and Financial Planning" through their e-learning webpage. Just click on any of the "enroll now" tabs, fill out the registration information then click on "launch my courses" to begin.
Last Updated: 2/14/14