News and Events

Institute for Multigenerational Studies Research Day Poster Presentations

April 23, 2015- 11:30-1:30- University Downtown Center, 1st Floor Atrium

Center for Family, School and Community Partnerships and the Center on Aging faculty members and community partners presented their research via poster presentations about the exciting research ongoing in the Institute for Multigenerational Studies. 

Southern Tier Center on Aging Spring 2015 Meeting

Center members gathered to discuss partnership opportunities and research studies.  The meeting was held on March 10th, 2015 from 2-4 pm at the University Downtown Center in Room 220A.  

Productive Aging and Families across the Globe

October 31, 2014- 11am-1pm- University Downtown Center, Room 220

The Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence (TAE) Sustainable Communities, Institute for Intergenerational Studies and the Department of Social Work, Community and Public Affairs at Binghamton University co-sponsored this event. See flyer below for details.

Productive Aging and Families across the Globe Flyer (.pdf, 467 KB)

Care Management Summit 2014: Achieving Excellence, May 22 & 23

The Binghamton University College of Community and Public Affairs welcomed participants from around the country at the Care Management Summit 2014: Achieving Excellence.

Conveniently located and affordable, this was the first conference of its kind in central New York state. Focusing on the specialties of care and case management, the Summit was a great event for those interested in best practices in a growing field, providing a transdisciplinary opportunity to engage in valuable discussions and build your network. The Summit was designed to provide the concepts, networking opportunities and the up-to-date information needed to practice care and case management in today's dynamic, evolving environment.  |  Detailed Info and registration info can be accessed here.  Care Management Summit 2016 is being planned!

Study: Student social workers decrease re-hospitalization rates, save millions

Laura Bronstein, College of Community Affairs dean and professor of social work, designed a study with Shawn Berkowitz, (prior) director of geriatrics at United Health Services (UHS) and clinical assistant professor at SUNY Upstate Medical University, to examine how student social workers can decrease readmission rates. In the preliminary findings, eight patients out of 44 (18.2 percent) in the control group were readmitted within 30 days. No patients in the social work intervention group were readmitted, showing significant improvement. | Read More.

 No more revolving door
Binghamton University Magazine

Can social workers reduce hospital readmissions? Binghamton University researchers from the College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) and SUNY Upstate Medical University have teamed with a local hospital to seek new, low-cost ways to keep seniors from needing readmission while improving their quality of life. | Read More.

Last Updated: 10/16/15