C a m p u s A n n o u n c e m e n t s
Vol. # 15 Issue # 41
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T a b l e o f C o n t e n t s
1. More than Paper: Managing your Records
1. Civil Service in a Nutshell Workshop
2. RF Appointments Workshop
3. Mini Byte: Computer Security
4. NYS & CSEA Partnership-Microsoft Office Suite Targeted Tuition
5. Introduction to BLAST – Sequence Similarity Searching
6. Mobile Apps for Medical and Health Sciences
7. Getting Published: Preparing Your Research for Publication
8. Managing Author ID & Grant Biosketches via ORCID & SciENcv
9. Free Nutritional Education is Back!
1. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar
2. Robin Stuenzi “Whose security? The Swiss Politics of Asylum and the Securitization of
Migration” (University of Neuchatel).
3. CompSci Colloquium events
4. Multi-Million Subject Experiments in Political Mobilization, Seminar Speaker
Professor Jason J. Jones
5. Sensitivity, Error and Uncertainty Quantification for Atomic, Plasma and Material
6. The Data Sensorium: Multimodal Exploration of Scientific Data Sets Seminar
Speaker, Professor Margaret Schedel
7. Unsupervised Learning on Scientific Data, Seminar Speaker: Shinjae Yoo
8. Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar
9. Long Island Botanical Society Talk
10. Center, Italian Studies Lecture: Alessandro Del Ponte (Stony Brook)
"Challenges of the Economic Crisis in Italy and EU."
11. Living World Open Night, Friday, October 16, 2015
ESS 001; 7:30 P.M.
12. Chemistry Research Day, Friday, October 23, 2015, Student Activities
13. Ecology and Evolution Seminar
14. Language Diversity Lecture Series, Tuesday, October 27 at 1:00 PM,
Melville Library, E4340.
15. Artist Talk by Kuni Yamashita at Charles B. Wang Center
16. University Libraries Colloquium Series
17. 2015 Open Access Symposium & Prelec Lecture
18. Provost's Lecture Series will host Carl Hobert Friday, October 16
19. All the Latest in Emerging Tech, Only at CEWIT2015: October 19 & 20,
Melville Marriott Long Island
20. My Life As...Pulitzer Prize Winners Bill Dedman and Pam Belluck
21. Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar October 15 2015
22. School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Friday Colloquium
23. Laufer Center Distinguished Lectures
24. Distinguished Lecture Sponsored by the Mattoo Center for India Studies and the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies
25. Meeting of the Minds Symposium: Autism Spectrum Disorders
26. Charles Blow will be on campus Wednesday October 21
06. Hosp/HSC Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
1. 14th Annual Educating the Educators Conference-Every Day Counts: Collaborating to keep students with cancer and blood disorders in class
2. Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds welcomes Constantine Ioannou, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry on Tues., Oct. 13, 2015
3. Wed, Oct 14, 12pm. Visiting Speaker Dr. David Putrino: "Digital
Health & Telemedicine: Redefining Wellness & Rehabilitation"
4. The Twenty-second Annual Seminar - Current Issues for the Phlebotomist,
October 24, 2015
5. Pharmacological Sciences Seminar Series
1. Support Stony Brook Children’s
2. Stony Brook Child Care Services
3. Hispanic Heritage Month Events
4. Hats for Heroes - Veterans Day 2015
08. Culture & Entertainment
1. Fire & Safety Expo: October 14 at SAC Plaza
2. Special Collections and University Archives Open House: Spy Letters, Rare Books and More!
3. Club Red; University Faculty Club Event; Simon's Center Cafe; Fri; Oct. 16th; 4:30pm-6:30pm
4. Join us for Wolfstock 2015 (a Homecoming Tradition!) on October 17
5. Award Ceremonies: 2015 "Gradiva, International Journal of Italian Poetry" Prize Recipient, Massimo Scrignoli, October 22.
6. Jez Lowe, England's acclaimed singer and songwriter, at University Cafe Sunday October 18th
7. Staller Center presents Rock the Ballet starring Rasta Thomas' Bad Boys of Dance, Sat., Oct. 17
at 8 pm
8. Two Tales of Tricksters from Southeast Asia by Caroline Borderlies and
Christian Barthod at the Charles B. Wang Center
9. How To Dunk With Your Feet On The Ground -A Talk With Basketball Star Tamir Goodman
Tuesday October 15, 6:00-7:30 pm
10. Kenyon Review Editor David Lynn in Conversation with Roger Rosenblatt at Southampton
11. Trick or Treat: Shadow Puppet Making with Caroline Borderies &
Christian Barthod at the Charles B. Wang Center
1. Cycling Study for People with Multiple Sclerosis: Volunteers Needed
1. Power through those late nights with the Seawolves MarketPlace Sip
and Save program.
1. School of Social Welfare Doctoral Open House
2. Stony Brook Campus Child Care Is Available
3. Stay Warm and Save Money this Fall: Energy Programs for Alumni and
4. The SBU Student Health Service is Offering the Flu Vaccine
5. Healthier U Fitness Classes Begin Monday, October 19
6. Master of Arts Program in Contemporary Asian and Asian American Studies
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