Counseling Center offers support to students| September 26, 2013
The Counseling Center reminds faculty and staff that it offers both individual and group therapy to undergraduate and graduate students. If you are aware of a student in need of support, a list of group offerings can be found on the Counseling Center webpage
We encourage you to take a moment to read through and familiarize yourself with these offerings. Contact information is listed for each specific group facilitator and further information can be found by contacting the University Counseling Center at 607-777-2772.The Counseling Center is in LN-1202.
CCPA video| September 19, 2013
New video online
: If you are interested in making a positive difference in the lives of others, there is no better place to be educated than the College of Community and Public Affairs at Binghamton University.
Join LinkedIn group for international interests| September 18, 2013
The Binghamton University Globalistas (BUGS), a volunteer group of faculty, staff and students devoted to internationalization, maintains a LinkedIn group for students, alumni, faculty and staff to discuss international topics. It’s a place to talk about international travel, study, work and more. The group, which has nearly 400 participants, is also a great way to learn about globally oriented events on campus. Join the group, named B Global, online
Weight-loss study| September 13, 2013
The Clinical Science and Engineering Research Center at Binghamton University is running a study on the role of body temperature in regulating body weight. Adult men and women with a body mass index (BMI) over 25 are being recruited. The study requires spending ½ hour in a sauna 5 late afternoons/early evenings per week for two months. Contact Astrid Stromhaug at 777-5201 if you want more information. Volunteers will be compensated for expenses incurred. For information regarding your rights as a research participant, you may contact the Human Subjects Research Review office at 777-3818.
Subscribe to research newsletter today| September 12, 2013
Discover-e features insights and innovations from Binghamton University on topics ranging from dyslexia to solar energy. The site
includes news, features, faculty spotlights and image and video galleries. To subscribe to the e-newsletter, go online
Binghamton University on social media| September 11, 2013
Follow Binghamton University to stay up-to-date on all things Binghamton
Anechoic Chamber puts sound to the test| September 10, 2013
Check out our YouTube Channel to go inside
Binghamton's new lab, which many are calling one of the quietest rooms on Earth!
Opportunity to participate in Alzheimer’s research| September 5, 2013
Those in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease are sought as volunteers for research to see if it is possible to detect dementia from patterns in speech. Volunteers are asked to: 1) Permit researchers to record a sample of your speech by describing a picture. 2) Answer daily living questions to help researchers understand memory and mind abilities. 3) Be part of the research! Receive $10 as a small token of appreciation. To find out more, or volunteer, contact: J. David Schaffer, bioengineering, at 845-380-0523.
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.
Special issue of journal addresses paradigm| July 17, 2013
The Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
(JEBO) has published a special issue titled “Evolution as a General Theoretical Framework for Economics and Public Policy,” co-edited by David Sloan Wilson, distinguished professor of biological sciences and anthropology, and economists John Gowdy and J. Barkley Rosser. The 13 articles in the publication are based on a collaboration between the Evolution Institute and the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center that began with a catalysis meeting in 2009 and continued with a series of four workshops.
The issue stresses the paradigmatic nature of adopting the evolutionary perspective. Economic and evolutionary thought have been entwined throughout their histories, but evolution does not function as a general theoretical framework for economics and public policy in the same way as for the life sciences. The purpose of the special issue is to examine whether this is a problem and, if so, what can be done about it. Collectively, the 13 articles provide a persuasive argument for paradigmatic change.
The articles are free for a six-month period on the Evolution Institute website
, and a special edition of the online evolution magazine This View of Life
features short accessible summaries of each article. Sloan Wilson also discusses the import of the special issue in an article titled “A Good Social Darwinism”
published in Aeon
, an online magazine of ideas and culture.
Smoking cessation assistance available from EAP| July 10, 2013
As the campus community takes steps to becoming healthier, EAP will provide tobacco users and their loved ones with resources to assist them with the task of cutting down or quitting. You can view EAP’s new Smoking Cessation page online
. If you would like further assistance, contact an EAP coordinator at 777-6655 or 777-6650.
Video: Overcoming the odds| June 18, 2013
Imagine being born blind, and then imagine beginning to lose your hearing at the age of 5. We had the opportunity to talk to recent grad Michael Forzano about this and so much more. See the video here
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.
The Ombudsman is here to help| May 8, 2013
The Office of the University Ombudsman provides a unique and safe place on campus to voice concerns, evaluate a situation, organize your thoughts and identify options for resolution. The office provides a confidential, impartial and informal resource for anyone with a University-related concern or problem. Reporting directly to the president of Binghamton University, the ombudsman is impartial, unaligned and independent of all administrative divisions and academic units. Interested in learning more about the Office of the University Ombudsman? Contact the Ombudsman at 607-777-2388 or find us online
Lost or misplaced property?| May 8, 2013
If you have lost or misplaced property, University Police may be able to help. Property is turned in to them on a regular basis, and is logged in and secured in the University Police station on the ground floor of the Couper Administration Building.
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