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
Professional vacancy| March 25, 2014
Research announcement: Quick survey on piercings, tattoos and other body modifications| March 25, 2014
You are invited to participate in the development of a questionnaire designed to learn about the ways in which some people modify the appearance of their bodies. We hope to gain insight regarding how our questionnaire works as well as gather participant feedback concerning any ways in which we could improve our questionnaire.
The questionnaire should take you no more than 10-15 minutes to complete. Your answers to the questionnaire are completely anonymous, and no specific identifying information about you will ever be connected to your questionnaire responses. Your responses will help us out greatly in the process of developing our new measure!
You can find the questionnaire online
If you have additional questions, concerns or complaints later on, Alex Vizgaitis
will be happy to answer them for you. If at any time you have questions concerning your rights as a research subject, or you have questions, concerns, or complaints about the research, you may call Binghamton University’s Human Subjects Research Review Committee at 777-3818.
BingPing - Get Walking| March 24, 2014
Did you know that walking one loop around the brain is equal to walking 1.3 miles? Remember, choose well, be well! Learn more about BingPings and the http://bhealthy.binghamton.edu
">Healthy Campus Initiative.
Professional vacancy| March 24, 2014
Phishing scams| March 24, 2014
Many people on campus have received an e-mail message pretending to be from binghamton.edu addresses with the subject "Account re-verification!!" The message indicates your account has exceeded the storage limit and threatens account deletion. It contains a link to a site asking for your user name and password. This is a phishing scam and if you received it you should ignore it and delete the message. A similar scam containing a link labeled "Properties.doc" is also circulating and should be deleted. If you clicked these links and provided your password, you should change your BMail password online
. Contact the Help Desk at 777-6420 if you need assistance changing your password. There is more about phishing scams on the ITS website
Professional vacancy| March 21, 2014
Quick Conversations: Research and Scholarship event| March 19, 2014
The Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belonging Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence is sponsoring a faculty networking event for faculty interested in its research topics and themes from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, April 25. See the Citizenship, Rights and Cultural Belongings website
for an introduction or reminder of the themes. The event, which includes lunch, is modeled on "speed dating." To participate, RSVP to Bat-Ami Bar On
by Monday, April 7. For planning purposes, if you cannot attend the entire time, specify when you will be there. Come prepared with a 120-second "elevator pitch" description of your current or future research or scholarship ideas.
Professional vacancy| March 17, 2014
Professional vacancy| March 14, 2014
New Watson School overview video now available online| March 4, 2014
Students come to the Watson School from all over the world and represent a wide range of backgrounds and interests. For this new video
, we asked them how the school prepares them to embrace new challenges and create the future.
Video of State of the University address is online| February 3, 2014
Learn about President Harvey Stenger’s plans to grow enrollment to 20,000 by 2020 in his State of the University 2014 address
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