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Depression risk following natural disaster can be predicted via pupil dilation


BINGHAMTON, NY – Pupil dilation could identify which individuals are at greatest risk for depression following disaster-related stress, and help lead to targeted interventions, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.

Binghamton University nursing school first in NY to gain accreditation by Society for Simulation in Healthcare


BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing Innovative Simulation and Practice Center (ISPC) has been accredited in Teaching/Education by the Society for Simulation (SSH) in Healthcare. The Decker School is the first nursing school in New York state to achieve this accreditation.

Binghamton University to host 40th annual Poetry and the Children Day


BINGHAMTON, NY – More than 500 students from 16 school districts will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 24, in the Osterhout Concert Theater of the Anderson Center at Binghamton University for the 40th annual Poetry and the Children Day. After an opening presentation, students will present their poems at 11 a.m. throughout the Fine Arts Building.

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Last Updated: 4/28/17