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Binghamton University seeks employers to partner on new Master of Arts in Applied Liberal Studies

2017-05-24

BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton University is seeking employers to host graduate students in full-time internships as a part of a new master's degree program. The Master of Arts in Applied Liberal Studies (MAALS) is a first-of-its-kind master’s program, to begin in fall 2017.

New test could help gauge depression risk following natural disasters

2017-05-23

Research could help inform targeted interventions for those involved in natural disasters

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

2017-05-23

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.

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