University Archives to Host Class of 1968, 50th Reunion Event

Stony Brook University’s class of 1968 is reuniting this May to celebrate a momentous milestone – 50 years since graduation. On Saturday, May 19 Special Collections and University Archives will participate in the Alumni Relations‘ event by hosting an open house

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University Libraries Presents: STEM Speaker Series, Dr. Ya Wang

University Libraries will be hosting a second lecture of the Spring 2018 STEM Speaker Series given by Dr. Ya Wang from the Department of Mechanical Engineering.   Title: “Optically chopped PIR sensor for occupancy detection” Date/Time: March 27, 2018 from

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North Reading Room Student Art Show

Stop by the new student art exhibit now open on the second floor of North Reading Room in Melville Library. This themed art show will be up through the end of the spring semester and focuses on Black History Month,

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Cuatro Basso Plays in the Galleria

Cuatro Basso, a double bass quartet comprised of students in the Music Department’s DMA program, graciously shared their talents during a lunchtime performance today.   The double bass, with its wide range in register and percussive qualities, lends itself well to quartet arrangements

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Women in Medicine Research Day 2018

University Libraries are proud to support the Stony Brook University School of Medicine’s 12th Annual Women in Medicine Research Day being held on Wednesday, March 7th. This event highlights the essential contributions that women are making in the field of

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Dr. Jarvis Watson Talks about “Black Minds Matter” Initiative

As part of the University Libraries’ programming in honor of Black History Month, Dr. Jarvis Watson, Assistant Dean for Multicultural Affairs, gave a talk entitled, “‘Black Minds Matter’: Engaging, Educating, and Empowering our Black Students.”  His talk discussed the theory

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Art Crawl March 21: Tour Special Collections, Zuccaire Gallery and Wang Center

Art Crawl: March 21 from 3pm to 5pm Tour Special Collections, the Zuccaire Gallery and the Wang Center. RSVPs are not necessary. Join at any stop along the crawl!   Stony Brook University is host to a variety of renowned art

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New Melville Library Display Features Medieval Manuscripts

A new Special Collections’ display in the Central Reading Room, Melville Library highlights “Otto F. Ege: Fifty Original Leaves from Medieval Manuscripts,” a digital collection recently published by Stony Brook University Libraries. Photographs from the Otto F. Ege compiled portfolio Fifty

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SBU Spotlights Max Fink Papers and Digital Collection

Stony Brook University is highlighting the pioneering career and papers of Max Fink, MD. Dr. Fink, Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology Emeritus at SBU is a world-leading expert and defender of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and the focus of a new collection

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Dr. Alexander Orlov on How nanotechnology can save us and the environment: Making it happen in a safe way

On February 13, 2018, Dr. Alexander Orlov kicked off the first STEM Speaker Series with his lecture on “How nanotechnology can save us and the environment: Making it happen in a safe way.”     Dr. Orlov first introduced the

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