April 3, 2017
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt training during Summer Session
April 3, 2017
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (LSSGB) training offered by the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering (SSIE) Department at the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science will be reoffered via distance learning from May 30-June 30. Lean Six Sigma is a combined process-improvement methodology that accelerates processes, increases efficiency and reduces or eliminates variation. This short course is designed for students or industry professionals who have some coursework background in probability and statistics and/or quality control* (*prerequisite statistics instruction also offered for those who do not have current knowledge/education.) This course is open to all current Binghamton students, as well as alumni, non-Binghamton students and members of industry, non-profit and government agencies.
Save money! Register online by Sunday, May 21
Message to the Campus Community
March 31, 2017
Binghamton University strongly denounces all incidents of harassment, intimidation and racism and remains steadfast in its commitment to being a diverse, inclusive and welcoming campus. Anyone who experiences such an incident is encouraged to report it immediately to proper authorities for investigation and follow-up support.
Students who experience such acts on or off campus are encouraged to contact the Dean of Students Office at 607-777-2804 or via email
, or the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at 607-777-4775 or via email
Vice President for Student Affairs
Chief Diversty Officer
Summer hours and holidays memo posted
March 30, 2017
The Office of Human Resources has released the annual memo regarding summer hours and holidays. The memo can be found online
March 30, 2017
Fresh fish Wednesdays at the Chenango Room
March 29, 2017
Join us every week in the Chenango Room for fresh fish Wednesdays. Savor the freshest catch from pristine New England waters. Feel good that you are helping to sustain the livelihood of small-boat fishermen. For more information, follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook at BUCampusFood.
March 28, 2017
Diana Ross inside seating sold out
March 28, 2017
Inside seating for the Diana Ross Summer of Love Tour performance at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 26, at the Osterhout Concert Theater are sold out. Lawn seats remain available for $35. For lawn tickets, call 607-777-ARTS or go online
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March 24, 2017
* A preview of Sunday's seven annual TEDxBinghamtonUniversity event. Story
* Shriber Lecture looks at beginning of disability activism. Story
Temporary trades positions available
March 20, 2017
Physical Facilities is accepting applications for potential job openings in its Trades Temporary Employment Program. Individuals interested in working temporarily on campus for the summer months in one of the trades may apply online
. Possible work locations include: painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, construction and grounds. These are temporary positions with no guarantee of continued employment or reemployment. There is a potential that various trades positions could require shift work.
Questions about Temporary Trades Positions may be emailed to Physical Facilities
Physical Facilities summer student hiring underway
March 20, 2017
Physical Facilities is accepting applications for potential job openings in its Summer Student Employment Program. Students who have been enrolled in the spring semester 2017 or are currently enrolled in the fall semester 2017 are eligible for employment. If selected, employment will begin Wednesday, May 24, and is anticipated to last through Friday, Aug. 18. Possible work locations include: clerical, Customer Service Center, Business Office, custodial, grounds, HVAC, painting and warehouse. These are temporary positions with no guarantee of continued employment or reemployment. To apply and for more information, go online
Questions about Summer Student Employment may be emailed to Physical Facilities
Winter break starts today
March 3, 2017
Residence halls will close at 11 a.m. today for winter break. Halls will reopen at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 7.
Weight Watchers at Work deal days are back
March 3, 2017
There's never been a better time to join WW at Work during deal days. Save 15 percent off the upcoming series when you sign up or renew from March 8-15. An open house will be held at noon Wednesday, March 8, in UUW-324. Contact Kathi Jesse for more information at email@example.com
Suspect sought in attempted sexual assault
February 27, 2017
On Sunday evening, Feb. 26, a female Binghamton University student reported to the Binghamton University Police Department that she was the victim of an attempted sexual assault in her residence hall room. The victim stated that she had returned from downtown Binghamton at approximately 3 a.m. Sunday. She stated that a man she did not know followed her into her residence hall.
When she arrived at her room, she stated the suspect was in her doorway and when she pushed him away, he attempted to assault her. The victim stated she was able to fight him off until her suitemates arrived home and the suspect then apologized and fled.
Witnesses described the suspect as a dark-skinned male, approximately 30 years of age, 5’8’ tall and 160 pounds, with very short black hair and a receding hairline. Witnesses stated the suspect had a very thick accent, and that he was wearing a white, short-sleeved, V-neck shirt and blue jeans.
Binghamton University Police are actively investigating this incident. Anyone with any knowledge of this incident is asked to contact the Binghamton University Police at 607-777-2393. There is also an anonymous tip form online
The Binghamton University Police Department reminds students, faculty and staff that we share many of the crime and safety issues that exist in any city. Community members should be vigilant while walking throughout campus and surrounding areas both during the day and at night, and take appropriate precautions. If you are out after dark, try to travel in groups, use only well-lit routes or designated pathways and do not allow yourself to be distracted by phone calls or by using ear buds. You should also note the location of blue light phones and never let anyone you don’t know tailgate you into your residence hall.
Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Carter to retire to head Catholic Schools of Broome County
February 22, 2017
Assistant Vice President for Student Development and Acting Director of the Center for Civic Engagement Elizabeth (Liz) Carter has announced her retirement from Binghamton University, effective May 31, to pursue a new educational leadership opportunity as the next president of the Catholic Schools of Broome County. Carter has served Binghamton University in a variety of roles for 16 years, following a successful 11-year career at SUNY Broome. Her service as a NYS employee totals nearly 40 years.
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