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    Visit Oeuvre our current exhibition of student art on the 2nd floor of the North Reading Room. Curator and artist Daniel Donato describes the exhibit: Oeuvre is an alumni and current Stony Brook University student open call art exhibition to


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    Now on view in the Central Reading Room is a selection of posters and concert photos from the University Archives documenting Stony Brook’s amazing concert history and legacy. In the 1960s and ‘70s, from punk to jazz to folk, SBU played host to


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  • 11/03/17--05:46: Tech Spotlight: SINC Sites
  • If you’ve been around Stony Brook University’s campus, you’ve probably seen them: SINC sites, or Students in Need of Computers. SINC Sites are public computer labs run by the Division of Information Technology.   SINC Sites have both Windows and


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    We’re happy to be a part of Library Journal‘s piece “Not So Trivial Pursuit” in their Reference 2018 supplement. Under the heading “Bolstering fun competitions with reference skills,” associate editor Mahnaz Dar compiles a number of examples of libraries who


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      On November 1st, Stony Brook University Libraries with the assistance of the Libraries “Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity Committee” set up a display of Native American artwork and artifacts in the Melville Library Galleria.   The exhibit was curated by


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    On Friday, November 3, guests of the Art Crawl experienced an exciting and diverse array of photographs, paintings, multi-media installations, and sculpture. Four galleries at Stony Brook University were featured at the second event of the semester. Art Crawls unite Stony Brook


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    It’s easy to get caught inside the bubble of Stony Brook University and forget that there is a whole other world out there! It’s important to stay in the know, not only about current events, but also about historical ones,


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    Due to illness today’s scheduled performance by Cuatro Basso is postponed.  We apologize for any inconvenience. –Gisele Schierhorst

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    On November 13, two of the HSL librarians participated in a Veterans Resource Fair at Suffolk Cooperative Library System in Bellport. Jessica Koos and Gregg Stevens met public librarians from across Suffolk County and provided them with resources that would


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    Please join us for the final colloquium presentation of the fall semester. Thursday, 11/16/17 at 1pm in the Special Collections Seminar Room. Baseline assessment: Understanding WISE freshman students’ information literacy skills in a one-shot library session: Presented by Clara Tran


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    On November 13th, the University Libraries hosted the third Digital Humanities Open Mic in Melville Library’s Center for Scholarly Communication.  Presenters Darren Chase and Josh Teplitsky discussed important projects which inspired a conversation about the ways in which the digital humanities


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    Librarians Robert Tolliver (Head, Science and Engineering; President, Geoscience Information Society) and Kristen Nyitray (Director, Special Collections and University Archives, University Archivist) were invited speakers at the Long Island GIS (Geographic Information System) Users Conference held at Stony Brook University


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    In 2018, Special Collections will be featured in two different television series. Production and camera crews for the separate projects visited Special Collections this past week to film its original 1779 George Washington letter and to conduct an interview about


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  • 11/17/17--11:53: Tech Spotlight: LinkedIn
  • So much of what students in college stress about is what they are going to do after they graduate. But did you know that you can use your savy social media skills to help build business connections?   LikedIn is a


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    On November 14, Dr. Ming-Yu Ngai presented his talk, “Visible-Light-Driven Artificial Photo-synthesis in Organic Synthesis” in the Special Collections Seminar Room of the Melville Library.   To lay the background, Dr. Ngai first explained the process of photosynthesis in which