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Deported: An American Division Exhibit and Panel Discussion

On September 26th, University Libraries welcomed photographer Rachel Woolf and her award winning photos to Central Reading Room.  Nancy Hiemstra, Geographer; Assistant Professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Author of Deportation and Detention (forthcoming, 2019); Irma Solis, New York Civil Liberties Union (Suffolk County);

Posted in Art, Central Reading Room, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, Events

North Reading Room Student Art Show

Stop by the second floor of North Reading Room in Melville Library to see the new installation of the Fall 2018 Student Art Show: Biosphere.  Art work submitted by the Fine Arts Organization. Thank you to Cici Lampa for organizing

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Lumen Learning

SUNY is putting effort into using Open Educational Resources (OER) to help make educational resources more affordable and accessible for students.  OERs also give faculty the opportunity to tailor and customize their materials to their course needs.   In June 2016,

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EAB Guide App

Have you downloaded the EAB Guide app yet?  This is a customizable mobile app that helps you thrive and succeed at Stony Brook University. You can schedule advising and tutoring appointments, get study tips, explore majors, get notified of important deadlines,

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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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