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C a m p u s   A n n o u n c e m e n t s
Vol. # 10 Issue #   44

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T a b l e   o f   C o n t e n t s
01. Administrative
    1. Simons Center for Geometry and Physics Open House 

    2. University Senate meets today at 3:30 in the HSC, Level 2, Lecture 
Hall 2 

    3. Veterans Day-Wednesday, November 10 @ 1PM SAC Ballroom 

03. Workshops/Courses/Training
    1. Learn how to use the Lotus Notes Calendar for appointments, 
reminders and meetings. 

    2. Marketing Your Business Using Social Networking 

    3. Blackboard 9.1: Upgrade information and upcoming workshops! 

    4. Linux V.S. Microsoft: Saving Your Business Money 

    5. Citation Skills 

    6. Xtreme Googling 

    7. Caregiver's Practical Help Workshop 

    8. Safety Warden Training Available for Volunteers - November 16th, 

    9. Main Campus Procurement Department Offering Workshops on State and 
Research Procurement this Fall 

    10. Research Skills 

    11. College Teaching III 

    12. The Principles of Leadership (LDR 210) 

    13. EH&S is now offering additional courses on Blackboard! 

    14. Graduate Student Workshop 

    15. Search and Selection/Effective Interviewing 
05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
    1. Biochemistry & Cell Biology Seminar: Thursday, November 4, 2010 

    2. Chemistry Department 

    3. Lecture & Book Signing by Prof. A.J. Nicholson: How Old is 
Hinduism.  Wednesday November 10th 1-2.15pm Wang Center 

    4. School of Health Technology and Management 17th Annual Outstanding 
Alumni Lecture Series and Awards Presentations 

    5. Neuroscience Seminar Series 

    6. Pharmacological Sciences Seminar Series 

    7. SoMAS - School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences 

    8. Center for Italian Studies Lecture; "Immigration Politics in the 
European Union." Professor Gallya Lahav. November 2, 5:20 pm. 

    9. Laserfest is coming to Stony Brook, Tuesday, November 9, 2010 

    10. Prof. Priscilla Ferguson (Columbia University) at IHSS "Culinary 
Nationalism" (12:50) 

    11. Ecology and Evolution Seminar 

    12. Immigration Options After Graduation 

    13. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar 

    14. Dr. Mieke Bal, University of Amsterdam, to speak at the Humanities 
Institute on Thursday, November 4th 3PM 1008 Humanities 

    15. Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar 

    16. My Life As lecture series with former CBS News Producer and 
Executive Marcy McGinnis. 
06. Hosp/HSC Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
    1. Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson, Department of Sociology, Columbia 
University "Culinary Nationalism" (November 3, 12:50, SBS N-320) 

    2. Department of Anesthesiology 

    3. Seminar - Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Wednesday, 
November 10, 2010 at 12:00 noon, BST 5th floor, room 140 

    4. History of Medicine Lecture 

    5. Dr. Vincent Castranova, NIOSH: 3MT IGERT Program's Fall Symposium, 
Tues, 11/9, 12PM, in HSC/BST8-140. 
07. Charitable
    1. Hats for Heroes - Veterans Day, November 11 

    2. SUNY Stony Brook Supports the Marine's Toys for Tots 

    3. SUNY Stony Brook Supports Island Harvest 

    4. SUNY Stony Brook Supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island 
08. Culture & Entertainment
    1. Films: Pepot Artista preceded by the short film Superfan 

    2. No Laughing Matter: A Night of Comedy with Saad Haroon, Vidur 
Kapur, Dan Nainan, and Imrana Zaman 

    3. Acoustic Mini Concert with host Professor Charlie Backfish! 

    4. Swallow This! 

    5. Center for Italian Studies: Seventh Annual New Film Festival, 
November 6-7, 2-8 pm. 

    6. Korean Film Series: 200 Pounds Beauty 

    7. Confucius Institute Presents Free Film and Discussion-The Sixth 
Generation Directors:Urban Themes in Contemporary China 'Beijing 
Bicycle'Wednesday 11/10/10 4:00 

    8. Korean Film Series: Foul King 

    9. James Keelaghan, acclaimed Canadian singer songwriter, to play The 
University Cafe, Sunday, November 14th 2 P.M. 
09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses
    1. Defensive Driving Program for UUP Members 

    2. Applications being accepted for Medical Humanities, Compassionate 
Care, and Bioethics MA track in Biological Sciences beginning Spring 2011 
10. Research
    1. TOSCA (Treatment of Severe Childhood Aggression) 
11. Miscellaneous
    1. University Preschool Now Registering 

    2. Kaplan Free Class Event 

    3. Auxiliary New & Used Sale/Pre-Holiday Sale 

    4. The Humanities Institute invites you to Port Jefferson Village Go 
Green celebration at the Port Jefferson Village 

    5. Free Xerox cartridge 

    6. Start your holiday shopping at the University Bookstore 

    7. Stony Brook Map Necklaces, available only at the Wang Center Gift 
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