Spring Fling 2013
Binghamton University students and community members enjoy Spring Fling 2013, along the Lois B. DeFleur Walkway, Harpur Quad and Peace Quad on May 4.
Photo by Jonathan Cohen
ROTC commissioning ceremony| May 16, 2013
Campus reception to honor Wayne Jones today| May 16, 2013
Campus high temperature hot water shutdown May 20- 24| May 16, 2013
• Academic Complex (A&B) - no heat
• Administration Building - no heat, no hot water, no air conditioning
• Anderson Center - no heat or hot water
• Campus Pre-School - no heat
• Computer Center - no heat
• Engineering Building - no heat, no hot water
• Events Center - no heat, no hot water
• Fine Arts - no heat, no hot water
• Library - no heat, no hot water
• Garage - no heat, no hot water
• Gyms (East and West )- no heat, no hot water, no pool heat, no West Gym drier heat
• Institute for Child Development - no heat
• Lecture Hall and Student Wing - no heat, no hot water
• Physical Facilities - no heat, no hot water
• Science 1 - no heat, no hot water
• Science 2 - no heat, no hot water
• Science 3 and Greenhouse - no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
• Science 4 - no heat, no hot water, no cage washer
• Science Library and classroom addition - no heat
• Science 5 - no hot water, no cage washer
• Bingham Hall - no heat, no hot water
• Broome Hall - no heat, no hot water
• Delaware Hall - no heat, no hot water
• Endicott Hall - no heat, no hot water
• New East Campus Collegiate Center - no heat, no hot water
• New East Campus O'Connor - no heat, no hot water
• New East Campus Johnson - no heat, no hot water
• New East Campus Rafuse - no heat, no hot water
• New East Campus Digman - no heat, no hot water
Yvonne Deligato, Binghamton University archivist, will discuss guidelines for depositing archival materials in the University Archives. To register, visit http://uctd.binghamton.edu or call the University Center for Training and Development at 777-6362.
Meal plan ideas, strategies for eating on the go and dietary suggestions to boost your metabolism will be discussed. Come explore how easy planning a well-balanced meal plan can be! To register, call UCTD at 777-6362 or click "register for workshops" link at http://uctd.binghamton.edu
Patricia W. Ingraham Doctoral Scholarship announced| May 14, 2013
Contributions to the Patricia Wallace Ingraham, MA '78, PhD '79 Doctoral Scholarship may be made by check, payable to "Binghamton University Foundation" and mailed to Binghamton University Foundation, PO Box 6005, Binghamton, NY 13902-6005, or delivered to the Binghamton University Foundation, AD-208. Be sure to indicate "Ingraham Scholarship - Account #21354" in the memo section of your check. Secure, online credit card gifts may be made at www.giving.binghamton.edu. Select "Other, please specify" from the account drop-down menu, and then type "Ingraham Scholarship - Account #21354" in the space provided. You may also make a credit card gift by phone by calling the Binghamton University Foundation at 607-777-4356.
Pulitzer winner to speak on science, storytelling| May 14, 2013
Evaluations due for permanent UUP professionals| May 14, 2013
Video: Students take a study break| May 14, 2013
Professor vacancy in development| May 14, 2013
• Part I: Cognitive Portion: successfully complete the Part I cognitive portion of the program including two patient scenarios and multiple choice exams online.
To register, call 607-777-6857 or register online.
B-Engaged helps students explore, connect, record| May 14, 2013
Michael McGoff appointed senior vice provost| May 13, 2013
“Michael has been an invaluable resource for Binghamton University for 45 years,” said Nieman. “In this new capacity, the Division of Academic Affairs will be able to draw on his experience, strategic-thinking abilities and dedication to Binghamton University to make the Road Map a resounding success.”
In addition to his current duties, McGoff will assume important new responsibilities as senior vice provost, providing oversight and coordination for planning, benchmarking, implementation and assessment of the 24 Road Map projects assigned to the Division of Academic Affairs. Working closely with the provost and vice provosts, he will provide leadership for incorporating Road Map strategic priorities, the faculty hiring plan, the transdisciplinary areas of excellence and the division’s ongoing strategic initiatives into a plan that will guide the University’s academic mission for the next five years.
“I’m delighted that Michael is assuming this new role and will use his strong problem-solving and strategic-thinking skills to help us become the premier public university,” said President Harvey Stenger.
For more information on the appointment, visit Inside on the Web.
Spring 2013 grading| May 13, 2013