Retirewise workshop series| April 4, 2014
There’s still time to sign up for a financial education workshop. Join your colleagues: space is still available for retirewise®, a complimentary four-part workshop series that can help you achieve your financial and retirement goals with a local MetLife retirewise representative. The series covers a range of financial and retirement topics. Participants receive a comprehensive workbook that provides resources you can reference during and after the workshop. You can also schedule an optional one-on-one consultation with the retirewise representative who delivered the workshop
Register today! Visit* www.metlifeplansmart.com
, call 1-866-801-3547 or print and fax the registration form to 1-855-288-6015. *If you are prompted to enter your employer’s name, enter: Binghamton.
Nominations sought for Diversity Fellowship| April 3, 2014
The Division of Administration announced a two-year diversity fellowship that offers the opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of University business administration functions and the chance to promote diversity and inclusion division wide. The program runs from June 2014 to May 2016 and concludes with an offer of regular, full-time employment within the division.
Nominations from the University community are welcome for the fellowship and should be submitted to Joseph Schultz
, director of human resources. Students graduating in May are eligible to apply. One fellow will be selected.
To learn more about the fellowship, review the job posting
Find out more about Work-Life Services programs| April 3, 2014
Work-Life Services offers six programs that help thousands of state employees better balance their daily lives, programs that connect employees with needed resources or save them money and time. The newsletter for April has been posted. Find information about these programs online
UCTD upcoming April workshops| April 2, 2014
to see all the new and exciting workshops the University Center for Training and Development is offering for the month of April.
Professional vacancy| April 1, 2014
Professional vacancy in Creative Services| April 1, 2014
Road Map proposals to be reviewed on rolling basis| March 31, 2014
Some flexibility has been built into the timeline for submitting Road Map proposals for funding for the 2015-16 academic year. The original deadline of Monday, April 7 has been extended to Thursday, May 1. Proposals will be reviewed and assigned to vice presidents on a rolling basis as they come in and until May 1. Those wishing to submit proposals are encouraged to do so as early in the process as possible. Proposals are to be submitted online
Binghamton Buzz Ep. 9 - Spring Fling Fever| March 31, 2014
BingPing - HeartSafe| March 31, 2014
Binghamton University is HeartSafe with 165 AEDs on campus. Remember: choose well, be well! Learn more about BingPings and the Healthy Campus Initiative online
Professional vacancy| March 28, 2014
Annual fire inspection in state buildings begins March 31| March 27, 2014
The annual NYS Office of Fire Prevention and Control fire inspection for state buildings on campus will begin Monday, March 31, and will continue for several months.
To prepare for the inspection, review your areas for common code issues such as blocked exits, use of extension cords or heating hazards. A complete list of the most common code issues can be found online
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at 777-2211.
Professional vacancy| March 26, 2014
Professional vacancy in student affairs| March 26, 2014
Care Management Summit 2014: Achieving Excellence| March 26, 2014
The College of Community and Public Affairs welcomes you to join us at the Care Management Summit 2014: Achieving Excellence, to be held May 22-23 at the University Downtown Center, 67 Washington Street, Binghamton.
Conveniently located and affordable, this is the first conference of its kind in central New York State. Focusing on the specialties of care and case management, the summit promises to be a great event for those interested in best practices in a growing field as well as a transdisciplinary opportunity to engage in valuable discussions and to build your network. The summit is designed to provide the concepts, networking opportunities and up-to-date information needed to practice care and case management in today's dynamic, evolving environment.
For more information, and to register, go online
Dealing Effectively with Difficult People| March 25, 2014
Binghamton University’s Center for Innovative and Continuing Education is offering a program titled “Dealing Effectively with Difficult People” from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, at the UDC-220. This program provides practical skills to more effectively interact with a wide range of difficult people, from customers to co-workers to direct reports or supervisors. Students will learn valuable interpersonal skills during interactive scenarios and key strategies to successful communication. Cost is $199. For more information and to register, call 607-777-2792 or go online
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