NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program workshop| December 4, 2013
There will be an NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program workshop from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, in the Engineering and Science Building, Room 2008.
This brown-bag lunch workshop, sponsored by the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), will introduce junior faculty to the NSF CAREER program and help them prepare their CAREER proposals. This workshop will mainly aim to provide future CAREER proposal submitters with proposal review experience and advice on developing strategies for success, presented by a panel of recent NSF CAREER awardees and NSF program directors and/or reviewers. The workshop will also include tips from OSP staff on specific requirements of the CAREER program and how to structure a successful CAREER proposal.
- NSF CAREER Overview – Theresa Hollister, senior grant and contract administrator in the Office of Sponsored Programs
- Viewpoints from successful CAREER applicants – Sarah Laszlo (Psychology), Yu David Liu (Computer Science) and Nikolay Dimitrov (Chemistry)
- Insights into the review process and recommended strategies for success – Kaiming Ye, chair of bioengineering, NSF reviewer and program manager for NSF’s Biomedical Engineering program; and Wendy Martinek, associate professor of political science and former program manager for NSF’s Law & Social Science program
- Questions and answers
Bring your lunch; refreshments will be provided.
RSVP by today, Wednesday, Dec. 4, to Teri Bower via e-mail
or call 777-6136.
Mathematical Sciences lecture Thursday| December 4, 2013
The Mathematical Sciences Department will host a lecture by Karen Rhea, retired directory of the introductory mathematics at the University of Michigan, on "Managing and Mentoring Undergraduate Calculus” at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in LN-2205. This lecture is free and open to the public. Contact Laura Anderson
for more information.
Retirement reception to honor Ingeborg Majer O’Sickey| December 4, 2013
Join us from 3-5 p.m. today, Wednesday, Dec. 4, to thank Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey for her many contributions to Binghamton University and to wish her the very best in retirement. The reception will be held in the IASH conference room (LN-1106). Contact Bridget Allen at 777-2656 for more information.
VizCult: The Harpur College Dean’s Speaker Series in Visual Culture| December 4, 2013
Matthew Hunter, assistant professor of comparative literature at McGill University, will present a talk titled "Did Joshua Reynolds Paint his Pictures? The Work of Art in the Age of Chymical Reproduction" at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in FA-218 for the Harpur College Dean's Speaker Series in Visual Culture.
For more information, go online
World AIDS Day Awareness Week event today| December 4, 2013
This week is Binghamton World AIDS Day Awareness Week. Come join R.E.A.C.H as we raise awareness and increase education around HIV/AIDS. Our event, "Awareness through Expression," is from 7-9 p.m. tonight, Dec. 4, in UU-Old Union Hall. The event will feature performances by the Binghamton Ballroom Dance Association, the SUNY Oneonta Poetry Slam Team, student rapper Taylor Koulick, and poetry slam artist Tara Betts, whose poetry has been published in multiple journals and anthologies.
Admission is free. Cookies and hot cocoa will be served.
Binghamton University Flute Studio and Chamber Concert| December 4, 2013
Join us for the Binghamton University Flute Studio and Flute Chamber Concert, with accompanist Chai-Kyou Mallinson under the direction of Georgetta Maiolo, at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 6, in FA-Casadesus Recital Hall. The concert will feature soloists as well as a flute trio with Binghamton University student flutists: Kohar Bedonian, Jessica Biagotti, Eleni Florakis, Brandy Greene, Devin Kasinki, Michelle Li, Cara Natale and Jacqueline Robins. The program will include “Sleigh Ride” by Frederick Delius, arranged by Jane Gannaway, “Shenandoah” by Ricky Lombardo, “Variations on a Theme of Mozart for Flute and Piano” by Reynaldo Hahn, “Peaches for Flute and Piano” by Andre Previn and much more! This concert is free, open to the public and sponsored by the Binghamton University Music Department. For more information, call 607-777-2592, go online
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Magazine donations requested| December 4, 2013
Have old magazines at home you can donate? We will use magazines for a project benefiting the Children's Home at the event "Help De-Stress Yourself by Helping Your Community," taking place from 2-5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, in UU-108.
You can drop magazines off at the Center for Civic Engagement in LS-G54 or the Dean of Students Office (UUW-204). For questions, e-mail Morgan Appel
2014 health insurance rates announced| December 3, 2013
The effective date for health insurance changes is Jan. 2, 2014. The first paycheck to be affected by the new rates will be Dec. 31, 2013. Employees must submit their changes to the Office of Human Resources no later than Dec. 31. No action is required if you are retaining the same health plan for 2014.
Watch your mail at home for enrollment information. Click here
for the 2014 bi-weekly health insurance rates.
Second College of Community and Public Affairs dean candidate to make presentation| December 3, 2013
Samuel L. Brown, tenured associate professor, University of Baltimore, and candidate for dean of the College of Community and Public Affairs, will provide a public presentation from 1:15-2:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6, at the University Downtown Center, room 220 A/B. A shuttle bus will be available for those wishing to attend and will return to the main campus after the presentation. The shuttle will leave from the University Union bus stop for the UDC at 12:45 p.m. and return to the main campus at 2:15 p.m.
Brown will discuss “How can the College of Community and Public Affairs build on its commitment to community engagement, social justice, diversity, and academic and scholarly excellence to provide leadership in helping Binghamton University increase research, strengthen graduate education, and build relationships with the community?” His presentation will be followed by a 30-minute informal chat where faculty, staff and students will have the opportunity to meet and mingle informally with her.
Brown’s vitae may be found online
We hope that you will attend these sessions as campus participation and feedback are critical to selecting the right candidate for Binghamton University. Use the evaluation form found online
to provide feedback to the search committee. Evaluations are due by noon Thursday, Dec. 12.
Professional vacancy in Information Technology Services| December 3, 2013
Goodbye reception for Jennifer Jensen| December 3, 2013
Join us for a reception from 3:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in LN-1106 (IASH Conference Room) to say goodbye and wish Jennifer Jensen well as she leaves for a position at Lehigh University. If you would like to donate to a gift, send monies to Kathy Brunt in the Harpur dean’s office, LN-2430, by today, Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Holiday Reception invitation| December 3, 2013
President Harvey Stenger cordially invites faculty and staff to attend a Holiday Reception from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18, in the University Union's Mandela Room. Celebrate the season and take a break from the end-of-the-semester rush with light refreshments and cool jazz. For more information, contact Peg Kelly at 777-4502.
This week on BinghamtonU YouTube: Portrait of a Pilot| December 3, 2013
Serving as a carpenter at Binghamton University for almost 20 years, Jim Johnson has found a new way to contribute to the University.
Watch the video online
IASH Fellows’ Speaker Series| December 3, 2013
Diana Gildea, dean's research fellow, will speak on “Global Food Shocks & the Crisis of Socio-Ecological Reproduction” from noon-1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 4, in LN-1106, the IASH Conference Room. For more information, go online
CoCo seminar Wednesday| December 3, 2013
There will be a Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems (CoCo) Research Group seminar at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in ES-2008W (ITC Engineering Science Building Conference Room). Chun-An (Joe) Chou, assistant professor in systems science and industrial engineering, will speak on "Pattern Analysis of Cognitive Representations with fMRI Data.”
More details can be found online
. Refreshments will be served, followed by free discussions. Call 777-4439 or e-mail Hiroki Sayama
for more information.
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