Harpur Calendar of Events

Nov
20
Wed
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Library North 1324C (Center for Learning & Teaching)
What Is This Workshop About?
In the age of social media, employers, groups and institutions all need expert communicators who can craft compelling messages that engage audiences across multiple platforms. 

This workshop will provide a crash course in the essential concepts and methods behind successful digital communications, including how to:
Create and manage a social media presence for an organization or institutionDevelop engaging multimedia content that speaks to your audienceCraft press releases, event descriptions and other announcements for the broader publicEvaluate the effectiveness of your messaging using social media metrics

Participants will hear from the Spectrum News Report Vince Briga. Briga's love of journalism began during his time as a Cinema student at Binghamton. We will also be examining the communications of various local businesses and coming up with communications plans and ways for them to be more effective. 

Harpur Crash Courses are co-sponsored by Harpur Edge, the Binghamton University Student Association and the Harpur Dean’s Office.  

RSVP Required using this link.
Nov
27
Wed
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Nov
28
Thu
Dec
4
Wed
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Chenango Room
First 8 students to RSVP will be invited to join Dean of Harpur College Arts & Sciences, Elizabeth Chilton, for an informal lunch in the Chenango Room. RSVP required. RSVP for lunch here.
Dec
5
Thu
Dec
18
Wed
All Day
Manhattan, NYC
Winter Session class to examine ‘Current Issues in Legal Practice’

Thinking about a career in law? Eager to learn more about the types of key issues legal professions face today? If so, sign up for the Winter Session course Current Issues in Legal Practice (HARP300).

The 1-credit, pass/fail course, which takes place Jan. 6-9 in Manhattan, will give students the opportunity to learn about current issues and a variety of legal practices through interaction with Binghamton University law alumni in the New York metro area. The course will meet for four evenings: Three evenings will consist of lectures, while students will attend Networking Night, a student-alumni networking event, on the fourth evening.

Discussion topics will include intellectual property, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, criminal prosecution and defense, education law and more.

Register at binghamton.edu/clt/winter-session/ 
Course location and further instructions will be sent via email to all registered students.

For more information, contact Leah Joggerst at ljoggerst@binghamton.edu.
All Day
Manhattan, NYC
Winter Session class to examine ‘Current Issues in Medical Practice’


Thinking about a career in medicine? Eager to learn more about the type of medical specialties and key issues relevant to the medical profession today? If so, sign up for the Winter Session course Current Issues in Medical Practice (HARP302).



The 1-credit, pass/fail course, which takes place Jan. 6-9 in Manhattan, will give students the opportunity to learn about current issues and a variety of medical practices through interaction with Binghamton University physician alumni in the New York metro area. The course will meet for four evenings: Three evenings will consist of lectures, while students will attend Networking Night, a student-alumni networking event, on the fourth evening.

Discussion topics will include challenges in medicine, ethics in medicine, the economics of medicine, current events, procedures, case presentations and more.

Register at binghamton.edu/clt/winter-session/ 
Course location and further instructions will be sent via email to all registered students.

For more information, contact Leah Joggerst at ljoggerst@binghamton.edu.
Jan
21
Tue
All Day
Mar
5
Thu
Mar
6
Fri
Apr
4
Sat
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