Human Development Department

Human Development

Human Rights (MS)

Binghamton's Master of Science (MS) in Human Rights program prepares you to thrive in meaningful careers that address human rights issues in education, health, violence, children, family, poverty, incarceration, immigration and more.

HUMAN Rights (MS)

Awards/Appointments/Honors

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Dr. Denise Yull

Provost's Award for Excellence in Community-Engaged Teaching

The Provost's Award for Faculty Excellence in Community-Engaged Teaching honors Binghamton University faculty who have demonstrated an exemplary commitment to community engagement that helps to create meaningful change through their teaching. Community-engaged teaching involves faculty, students and community (local, regional/state, national, global) in a mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge and resources in a context of partnership and reciprocity.

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Dr. Marguerite Wilson

Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching

The Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching recognizes consistently superior teaching at the graduate, undergraduate, or professional level in keeping with the State University’s commitment to providing its students with instruction of the highest quality.

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Dr. Leo Wilton

Dr. Leo Wilton has been appointed to the American Psychological Association's  Presidential Task Force on Psychology and Health Equity. At a time when attention to health equity is more critical than ever, Wilton's expertise and advocacy will help advance this important work.  

Provost's Award for Faculty Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring 

The Provost's Award for Faculty Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring honors Binghamton University faculty who have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment as mentors of Binghamton's undergraduate students in research, scholarship or creative activities outside of normal course assignments.