Start your morning off with Spinning class| June 13, 2013
Looking for a great way to get your workout in before the afternoon heat sets in? Campus Rec is offering Spinning class at 6:45 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in EG-22. If early morning classes aren’t for you, there are many other group fitness classes on the summer schedule including Yoga, RIPPED, Step it Up, Total Body Toning and Boot Camp. Classes are open to all Rec Center Fitness members with valid University ID card or biometrics on file. For a complete list of Group Fitness classes, go online
Social Security workshop on June 25| June 12, 2013
“What You Need to Know to Help Maximize Your Retirement Income” will be presented from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, June 25, in UUW-324, by Mark Nardella, a senior financial advisor with Valic. To make a reservation, call Diane Cardillo at 908-470-4359. Pizza will be served.
Herbicide applications June 13-21| June 12, 2013
Herbicide applications will take place from Thursday, June 13 through Friday, June 21, weather permitting. Applications are planned for the east recreation fields and spot areas around campus.
Featured in ‘Inside’| June 11, 2013
• Patricia Ingraham looks back at seven years as CCPA founding dean. Story
TIAA-CREF – your income options in retirement| June 11, 2013
Come to this workshop open to retirees, faculty and staff from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13, in UUW-325, to learn how TIAA-CREF can help you review your options, determine what to do next and help you get organized, identify your financial goals and develop a strategy to help you achieve them. Financial consultant Raymond L. Durant will be available for questions after the presentation.
Buddy group at Institute for Child Development| June 11, 2013
The Institute for Child Development invites children 7-12 years of age interested in volunteering to participate in exciting and fun social activities with children with special needs. The program will be conducted from 9-11 a.m. Monday through Thursday from July 15 through Aug. 15. Part- and full-time volunteers are needed. For more information, call 777-2829.
Windows XP SP3 and Office 2003 end of support| June 10, 2013
On April 8, 2014, both Microsoft Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003 will officially reach their end-of-life. At that time, Microsoft will no longer provide any security updates or patches for either Windows XP or Office 2003. The lack of security updates means that University computers may be at risk if they continue to use Windows XP or Office 2003 after April 8, 2014.
Because of this, Information Technology Services (ITS) strongly recommends that departments (or individuals) take the following steps for University-owned machines:
• Identify systems running Windows XP or Microsoft Office 2003.
• Contact the ITS Help Desk and request a price quote.
• Replace the XP systems by July 31, 2014.
• Upgrade Office 2003 to Office 2010 any time at no charge.
ITS will work with departments over the coming year and make recommendations on how to proceed.
This week on the BinghamtonU YouTube channel| June 10, 2013
This new video
highlights Binghamton University’s Center for Autonomous Solar Power (CASP), which just passed the one-year mark. CASP now is the second-most productive University lab in the world in terms of demonstrating the efficiency of its solar technology. According to University officials, becoming the leader in efficiency is within reach, hopefully within the next year.
Take advantage of summer flavors| June 7, 2013
Culinarians have taken advantage of summer flavors by creating new dishes featuring the best of the season. These delicious dishes are available only for a limited time. Contact the catering department to schedule your next event. For the summer menu, go online
. To place an order or speak with the catering department, call 607-777-2925 or go online
Reminder: First day of fall 2013 semester classes is Aug. 26| June 6, 2013
The University Academic Calendar for fall 2013 was updated in early 2012. The first day of classes for the fall 2013 semester is Monday, Aug. 26. No classes will be held from Aug. 31 through Sept. 8, in observance of the Labor Day and Rosh Hashanah holidays. Classes will resume Monday, Sept. 9. The complete academic calendar is available online
Inside welcomes ‘Kudos’| June 6, 2013
Inside, the weekly newspaper for faculty and staff, wants to publicize your achievements. Have you received an award, published a paper, attended a conference or been elected to a position with a professional organization?
New director for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships| June 5, 2013
Bahgat Sammakia, vice president for research, announces the appointment of Per Stromhaug as executive director of the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships. Stromhaug most recently served as the first coordinator for the Research Foundation’s technology transfer regional hub, providing technology transfer and intellectual property support to two- and four-year comprehensive campuses in the State University of New York system. Previously, Stromhaug was a licensing associate and assistant professor at the University of Missouri. He holds a doctorate in cell biology from the University of Oslo, where he did his undergraduate work. Stromhaug also received an executive MBA from the Henry W. Block School of Management at the University of Missouri Kansas City.
Balance your life with help from Work-Life Services| June 5, 2013
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 June has been posted. Find information about these programs online
Professional vacancy for pre-law| June 4, 2013
Valic representative available for financial planning sessions this summer| May 31, 2013
Valic, one of the SUNY-approved alternate funding vehicles for members of the Optional Retirement System as well as an approved carrier for the 403b tax deferred plan for all employees, will be on campus for individual consultations in June and July. Mark Nardella, a senior financial advisor with Valic and a certified financial planner with more than 16 years of retirement and financial planning, investment management and estate planning experience, will be available on campus from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on the following dates: June 5; June 19; July 3 and July 31.
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