University Day at the mall
Mariah Miller, 6, and Noah Patton, 9, of Bainbridge, read an AR Magic Book at the Binghamton University Libraries Table during Binghamton University Day at the Oakdale Mall on Feb. 21. The book is a projection that moves as the blank pages of the book move. More than 30 displays highlighted the University’s research activities, academic offerings and admissions information.
Photo by Jonathan Cohen
A message from President Harvey Stenger
December 6, 2014
Dear Campus Community:
The recent grand jury cases involving the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner have left many in our community angry, hurt and seeking social change at the individual and institutional levels. I am proud that our students, through their rights of assembly and freedom of speech, are showing that they care deeply about creating an inclusive environment, not just on our campus but in our country and world. And while hateful and disrespectful speech can also be protected by our first amendment rights, I and other Binghamton senior administrators are embarrassed by and do not condone the insensitive and racist comments that have anonymously appeared on social media in our community in response to the peaceful activism of our student body.
Faculty, staff and students are urged to encourage an open and continuous dialogue about their feelings and constructive ways we can move forward.
The office of the President continues its pledge to provide support and resources to the goal of creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive campus, and I look forward to speaking with any and all students, faculty and staff who want their voices heard on this important issue.
Confused about Chancellor’s Awards/other award deadlines?
November 21, 2014
With the number of honors and awards faculty, staff and students can be nominated for each year, keeping track of eligibility requirements and deadlines can be difficult. To help, a web page
has been created that lists the major awards members of the campus community can nominate people for – with links to requirements, nomination processes and deadlines. Visit the Honors and Awards page for information on how to nominate someone for a Chancellor’s Award; University Medal; honorary degree; distinguished professorship; faculty excellence, graduate director and teaching awards; Lois B. DeFleur Prize for Academic Achievement; award for excellence in international education; alumni awards, Professional Employees Council awards; and student excellence awards.
Binghamton Research Days: Save the date!
November 10, 2014
Binghamton University will celebrate research with a series of events April 22-24, 2015. Faculty members, academic departments and programs, and student groups are invited to plan events related to research. The schedule will include student poster sessions, speakers and more. Faculty members are encouraged to take several minutes during class on one of those days to introduce themselves as scholars. This year, organizers have chosen to focus on sustainability as a theme.
Clery Act report, policies on Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace and Domestic Violence in the Workplace
September 9, 2014
The Office of Human Resources has issued the annual memo regarding the Clery Act, as well as policies on a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace and Domestic Violence in the Workplace, and other annual training reminders. The memo can be viewed online
Binghamton University on social media
September 11, 2013
Follow Binghamton University to stay up-to-date on all things Binghamton
Keep information booth informed
August 6, 2013
The campus is reminded to send details of campus events to the Information Booth so staff there can direct visitors easily and appropriately to your events.
Submissions for electronic message signs
January 10, 2013
. Submissions for the entrance signs must be of interest to the campus and community, with a strong campus affiliation. Submissions for dining location signs should be of interest to the campus.
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