Video: Binghamton undergraduates conduct research| January 27, 2014
What makes the Binghamton undergraduate experience special? Lots of things -- among them, research.
Learn more in this new video
Attention parents: Infants and children needed for fun research| January 27, 2014
The Infant and Child Studies Project at Binghamton University invites families with infants and children (six months-nine years) to participate in our interactive games studying child development, particularly how children learn from 2D media (e.g. touchscreens, TV) and visual development. Our fun projects involve touchscreen computers, magnetic and virtual puzzles, eye-tracking video games and interactive television tasks. Schedule appointments at your convenience and receive $20 for your help! Contact us at 607-777-6225 or via e-mail
for more information. You can also check us out on our website
or like us on Facebook
Moody Blues’ Justin Hayward to perform at Anderson Center| January 20, 2014
Justin Hayward, the legendary voice of the Moody Blues, will performs songs from his new album “Spirits of the Western Sky” and Moody Blues favorites at 8 p.m. Monday, May 19, in the Anderson Center.
Reserved seating is $35.
For tickets, call 777-ARTS or go online
. This concert is sponsored, in part, by Cool 106.7 and Z 93.
Writers sought for ‘Ask a Scientist’| January 8, 2014
The Binghamton University "Ask a Scientist" program is seeking contributors. In a partnership with the Press & Sun Bulletin, faculty and staff answer questions submitted by area schoolchildren. Answers, which run from 250-400 words, are published in the newspaper and appear on the University’s website. Deadlines are flexible. For more information or to participate, contact Kim Spaulding at 777-2174 or via e-mail
. To see a recent column, go online
Does your beneficiary information need updating?| January 7, 2014
The Office of Human Resources would like to remind employees who are enrolled in the Employees Retirement System (ERS), Teachers Retirement System (TRS) or the Optional Retirement Program (ORP) about updating your beneficiary information if necessary.
By law, the state is required to pay your death benefits to the last beneficiary you named. The beneficiary you designated when you joined may not be the beneficiary you want now, and some designations can be revoked in the event of a divorce, which is why you should regularly review your beneficiary designation.
Visit the following sites if you need to update your beneficiary information:
(Click Designation of Beneficiary form)
ORP members: Log into your account to update your beneficiary information.
Did you know you get a discount at the Binghamton University Bookstore?| October 4, 2013
Just show your Binghamton ID and receive 10 percent off clothing, gift items, books and more! Get your shopping done early for the holidays this year. Your discount also applies to the NOOK family of devices! If you need to purchase something for department use with a P-card or charging to an account, you can get up to 20 percent off.
Looking for something in particular that we don’t normally carry? We can special order books and other items for you! Check out our selection in the store or online. For more information contact us on Facebook.com/BinghamtonBookstore
or via e-mail
or at 607-777-2745.
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
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.
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
Submissions for electronic message signs| January 10, 2013
. Submissions for the entrance signs must be of interest to the campus and community, with a strong campus affiliation. Submissions for dining location signs should be of interest to the campus.
Subscribe to Inside| January 10, 2013
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