Ductwork begins this week in Engineering Building| May 28, 2013
Work will begin in N22 later in the week of May 28, and continue through the end of June. New ductwork will be tied into existing ductwork as part of the renovation. Classes which were to be held in this space during the first summer session have been relocated. It is expected that this classroom will reopen for use for the second summer session.
Contact Jennifer Bourassa at 777-5047 or
Check out Commencement 2013!| May 23, 2013
8 ceremonies, 3,000 graduates and some incredible speeches. Check out all of the Commencement highlights and remarks online
Professional vacancy in alumni relations| May 23, 2013
Summer hours for Payroll Distribution Center| May 22, 2013
The Office of Human Resources informs the campus community that the Payroll Distribution Center (AD-240) is on summer hours. The Payroll Distribution Center is open 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays through Fridays for the summer.
Commencement 2013 coverage| May 21, 2013
• In Inside
: Thousands of students walk across the Commencement stage to become alumni.
: Gathered from eight ceremonies and compressed into 60 seconds, here are some of the special moments.
Professional vacancy in biology| May 21, 2013
Binghamton alumni offer advice to graduating seniors| May 16, 2013
During Binghamton's first Alumni Leaders Conference, some of the alumni stopped by to offer advice to college seniors
about to graduate.
Patricia W. Ingraham Doctoral Scholarship announced| May 14, 2013
To honor Patricia W. Ingraham on her retirement as founding dean of the College of Community and Public Affairs, the Binghamton University Foundation is accepting contributions to create an endowed scholarship for students in the newly created Community and Public Affairs PhD program, a critical part of Ingraham's vision for CCPA and a fitting tribute to her leadership.
Contributions to the Patricia Wallace Ingraham, MA '78, PhD '79 Doctoral Scholarship may be made by check, payable to "Binghamton University Foundation" and mailed to Binghamton University Foundation, PO Box 6005, Binghamton, NY 13902-6005, or delivered to the Binghamton University Foundation, AD-208. Be sure to indicate "Ingraham Scholarship - Account #21354" in the memo section of your check. Secure, online credit card gifts may be made at www.giving.binghamton.edu. Select "Other, please specify" from the account drop-down menu, and then type "Ingraham Scholarship - Account #21354" in the space provided. You may also make a credit card gift by phone by calling the Binghamton University Foundation at 607-777-4356.
Professional vacancy in development| May 14, 2013
HeartCode – American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification course| May 14, 2013
HeartCode BLS is an interactive self-directed learning program which completes all cognitive requirements for the American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers course.
• Part I: Cognitive Portion: successfully complete the Part I cognitive portion of the program including two patient scenarios and multiple choice exams online.
to schedule a time that to complete Part II in the lab. Course fee is $60, with a 10 percent discount for Binghamton University alumni ($54).
To register, call 607-777-6857 or register online
B-Engaged helps students explore, connect, record| May 14, 2013
Launched May 3, the new B-Engaged website
(created by the merger of the B-Involved and PAWS websites) makes it easy for students to connect with student organizations, explore opportunities to get involved on campus, record their participation in co-curricular and extracurricular activities and create an Involvement Transcript. SA-chartered groups can use B-Engaged to advertise events, record volunteer hours, process forms and hold elections. Faculty and staff can also use B-Engaged to promote department events, host an application process for awards or student employment and assign workshop outcomes.
Michael McGoff appointed senior vice provost| May 13, 2013
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Donald Nieman has announced the appointment of Michael McGoff as senior vice provost.
“Michael has been an invaluable resource for Binghamton University for 45 years,” said Nieman. “In this new capacity, the Division of Academic Affairs will be able to draw on his experience, strategic-thinking abilities and dedication to Binghamton University to make the Road Map a resounding success.”
In addition to his current duties, McGoff will assume important new responsibilities as senior vice provost, providing oversight and coordination for planning, benchmarking, implementation and assessment of the 24 Road Map projects assigned to the Division of Academic Affairs. Working closely with the provost and vice provosts, he will provide leadership for incorporating Road Map strategic priorities, the faculty hiring plan, the transdisciplinary areas of excellence and the division’s ongoing strategic initiatives into a plan that will guide the University’s academic mission for the next five years.
“I’m delighted that Michael is assuming this new role and will use his strong problem-solving and strategic-thinking skills to help us become the premier public university,” said President Harvey Stenger.
For more information on the appointment, visit Inside on the Web
Research Division welcomes new director| May 13, 2013
The Research Division announces the appointment of Donald “Don” Miller as Director of Grants Financial Management in the office of Sponsored Funds Administration, effective today, May 13. Miller comes from the Research Foundation Central Office with more than 23 years of experience in the fiscal, grants and audit areas of research administration.
Disabled parking spaces only for those authorized| May 13, 2013
Disabled parking spaces are available only for those with designated disabled parking plates or tags. Temporary parking by contractors, state and service vehicles or others is not permitted. Unauthorized vehicles will be ticketed and or towed.
Keep information booth informed| May 9, 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.
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