Events

Jun
24
Mon
8:30am - 4:30pm
Binghamton University, 4400 Vestal Pkwy E, Binghamton, NY 13902, USA

Provosts, Deans, Chairs, Faculty, and Directors
of Student Engagement are invited to learn,
network, and strategize to create the nation’s first public university system of University-Assisted Community Schools.

University-Assisted Community Schools bring schools,
families, community members and university partners
together to improve the quality of life and learning in
schools and communities.

Learn how to start University-Assisted Community
Schools in your institutionExplore how this strategy advances research,
teaching and learning in schools and universitiesLaunch the SUNY Learning Network on University-
assisted Community Schools

Date: June 24, 2024

Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Location: Binghamton University

Registration Link : 
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfWcIb7j6TTJJulqcrB-62XrVgBsBKk29XGqo5XekpS47AQ8Q/viewform

Jun
30
Sun
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jul
15
Mon
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Jul
30
Tue
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Aug
15
Thu
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

Aug
30
Fri
All Day

Under the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA), preparation is needed so that anyone applying for administrative or supervisory service, classroom teaching service, or school service certificate or license on or after January 1, 2014, shall have completed at least six clock hours of coursework or training in Harassment, Bullying, and Discrimination Prevention and Intervention.

This DASA workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.
All Day

All individuals applying for a teaching certificate are required to complete two clock hours of coursework or training in school violence prevention and intervention in accordance with section 3004 of the Education Law of the state of New York.

The Project SAVE workshop is being offered fully online, asynchronously. The online content is presented in three parts, with each section culminating in a quiz. Proof of completion certificates are electronically submitted to the New York State Education Department and added to the participant's TEACH account when all three sections are completed.

Registration to the workshop is open to the public and Binghamton University students as well. If you are currently enrolled as a Binghamton University student, please use your BU email when registering for the workshop. You will gain access to the content through Brightspace within a few days after registering. All others will receive an email with login and password information to access the workshop by the 15th or 30th of the month (or the closest business day).

If you have any trouble accessing information or need assistance with this workshop, please contact Tracy Lyman, Workshop Coordinator at dasa@binghamton.edu.

Please use this link to register.

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