Mental Health Training for Faculty & Staff Understanding Student Mental Health Diagnoses

Decker - Libous Conference Room 117

Mental health issues are at an all-time high due to a variety of reasons, including Covid-19, racial stress and oppression, a polarizing political environment, and thankfully, a reduction in stigma. There is no place that is seeing this more than on college and university campuses – utilization rates have increased 30-40% over the past 10 […]

OER at SUNY Broome

Online via Zoom

Are you curious about Open Educational Resources? Would you like to know how to find OER? Do you want to know how to use OER? Do you want to know about SUNY Broome’s OER Grant Program? This presentation will give an introduction to Open Educational Resources and the OER program at SUNY Broome. We will define what Open Educational Resources are, […]

Brightspace Course Content Templates

TRC Lab (LI 101)

Brightspace HTML templates can be used to style your content pages without having to write code! In this workshop, we will review the templates available to us in Brightspace and explore ways to add styled elements such as accordions and tabs into Brightspace content using the HTML Editor. (Seats are limited, reserve yours today!) Date: Thursday, […]

Webinar: Students with Autism: Strategies for Inclusion, Engagement & Success

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Overview Each year, an increasing number of students with a diagnosis of autism, executive functioning disorders, and other nonverbal learning disabilities are coming to our campuses. They often face academic, social, behavioral and medical challenges, all of which may impact their ability to thrive as college students. While these issues are more typically the purview […]

SUNY Business Deans Conference – DEI Impact: Moving the Needle on College Campuses

Online

This two-part DEI seminar series is designed to address the following questions: How are business schools moving the needs and embracing the DEI values? What innovative student programs are driving cultural change in business schools today? What are the important student supports for DEI outside of the classroom (e.g., student clubs and activities, career counseling, […]

Webinar: Suicide, Self-Harm & Harm to Others Early Intervention & Referral Strategies to Safeguard Your Campus

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Of more than 67,000 college students from more than 100 institutions, one in five students have had thoughts of suicide, with 9% making an attempt and nearly 20% reporting self-injury. Further, one in four students reported being diagnosed with a mental illness. *The statistics are staggering. American College Health Association annual surveys continue to report […]

Using Library Resources in Your Class

Online via Zoom

Our students have a wealth of learning resources at their fingertips through the SUNY Broome Library. But they won’t know about them unless they get opportunities to work with them. Connecting students with library resources can help deepen and broaden their learning experiences, and help them to take charge of their own learning. In this […]

Webinar: Move From ” I Caught You” To ” I Taught You”: Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity

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Why Do Students Cheat? Overview This webinar addresses the different concerns about—and definitions of —“originality” across the units within higher-education institutions; provides a framework of three key types of academic-integrity strategies and matches those strategies to the needs of instructors, departments, and institutions; and offers examples of each academic-integrity strategy, best practices for each, and […]

Webinar: Active Learning: Utilizing Backwards Design to Articulate Learning Outcomes & Maximize Student Learning

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This is the first in a series of spring 2023 webinars focused on Active Learning. However, each webinar in this series stands-alone. The primary measure of student success is learning; students succeed when they learn. Student learning is also the most important way to judge teacher success; teachers succeed when students learn. So, it is […]

Webinar: Infusing Domestic and Global Perspectives into Your DEI Initiatives

Wales 203B

Diversity isn’t a one-size-fits-all concept — learn how diversity presents differently for domestic and international faculty, students, and staff. Overview Creating and maintaining an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone on a campus is necessary to recruit and retain diverse faculty, students, and staff, as well as to create an environment that promotes Global Citizenship […]

Spring 2023 Your Voice Matters

Online via Zoom

Colleagues, you are encouraged to attend the Faculty and Staff Your Voice Matters virtual event on: Date: Thursday, April 6, 2023 Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Location: Online via Zoom The purpose of the forum is to provide faculty and staff an opportunity to discuss concerns and make suggestions about major issues that affect the campus community. […]

Spill the Disabili-Tea: An Introduction to Disability Justice

Online

What is disability justice and its relationship to racial justice? What’s the difference between access and inclusion? These and other complex questions will be explored in this virtual Disabili-Tea workshop with Alex Locust, a Black biracial, queer, disability justice educator, activist, and “Glamputee” who celebrates the harmony of his identities to help create the world […]

Information Literacy in the Curriculum

Online via Zoom

How do we handle information literacy in the curriculum? SUNY’s General Education Framework says information literacy is a required core competency. Information literacy research says everyone thinks it’s important, but that everyone thinks someone else should be responsible for it. Join librarian Paul Bond and professor Karyn Moyer for an interactive discussion on information literacy […]

Information Literacy in the Curriculum

Online via Zoom

How do we handle information literacy in the curriculum? SUNY’s General Education Framework says information literacy is a required core competency. Information literacy research says everyone thinks it’s important, but that everyone thinks someone else should be responsible for it. Join librarian Paul Bond and professor Karyn Moyer for an interactive discussion on information literacy […]

Earn Professional Development Credit on Convocation Day

Baldwin Gym

Attention, Faculty and Staff! View Convocation Day details (& Zoom link to attend remotely)! The Convocation Committee and Professional Development have partnered to offer faculty and staff attending (whether live or on Zoom) the Convocation keynote address and/or the Convocation Q and A, professional development credit. Convocation Day is Tuesday April 18, 2023. The Convocation […]

Webinar: Anxiety in Students Explore Treatment Modalities & Creative Strategies as Solutions

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The number one concern of students presenting for therapy in counseling centers is anxiety, with over 60% of students endorsing symptoms of anxiety upon intake. The pandemic and current political and racial climate has only made this worse since the 2020 survey data was collected. Anxiety permeates every part of higher education, including academic performance, […]

Alumni Reunion 2023

SUNY Broome 907 Front Street, Binghamton, NY, United States

Alumni, associate alumni, faculty and staff and their guests are invited to Alumni Reunion 2023. On Friday, reconnect with faculty at the Alumni & Faculty Mixer at the Culinary & Event Center. Then, on Saturday, explore the college of today and yesterday. View our academic offerings during Open House, enjoy great food at the Spiedie […]

safeTALK: Suicide Alertness Training Session

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Are you a service provider, staff member, parent or community representative who comes in contact with those at risk for suicide? Do you need information about suicide awareness and prevention? If you answered YES, this safeTALK suicide awareness training is for you. There is no cost for this training and materials are provided by ACBC […]