Do you feel that you sleep poorly, wake up many times during the night from snoring or feel tired and fatigued during the day? The Clinical Science and Engineering Research Center is looking for individuals who are 40 years of age or older, with poor sleep quality, to take part in this study. Participants must be willing to use a non-pharmacologic intervention to manage sleep. A research program to test the use of a foot vibration device to improve sleep quality will be implemented. To learn more about the study, contact Lynn Baniak at 607-777-5201.
Microsoft Office is now available to Binghamton University students, faculty and staff to install on their personal devices free of charge. The latest version of the full Office productivity suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and more are available for offline and online use. The service is available to those who have an active Binghamton University e-mail address and is a free service as long as the program continues. To get your free version of Office, go online
ITS will continue to install Microsoft Office on University-owned and public computers across campus. To request a Microsoft Office installation on a University-owned or public campus computer, contact the Help Desk via e-mail
or at 607-777-6420.
The Office of Human Resources has issued the annual memo regarding the Clery Act, as well as policies on a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace and Domestic Violence in the Workplace, and other annual training reminders. The memo can be viewed online
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