Tech Spotlight: Empower

Empower is a banking app that seeks to replace and consolidate all of your other banking information into a single easy to use app. It’s difficult for college age students to keep track of all of the daily expenses they have

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Tech Spotlight: Digital Public Library of America

The Digital Public Library of America or DPLA connects you to libraries and museums in order to access collections for free. With DPLA you will have access to photographs, books, maps, sculptures, artwork, and other museum materials from your computer.

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Spring 2017 Events – A Look Back

We had so many wonderful events this semester (30 to be exact)! A huge thank you to our cross-department collaborators who helped make the lecture series and concerts a success; thank you to all of our speakers for sharing their expertise and knowledge

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University Archives to Host SBU’s Class of 1967

SBU’s class of 1967 will visit Special Collections and University Archives on Saturday, June 3 as part of festivities for their 50th Alumni Reunion. Attendees will explore Stony Brook University’s unique history through an exhibit of photographs, newspaper articles, and artifacts specific

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End of semester notice regarding Reserves

Attention faculty: All material is removed from Reserves at the end of each semester. If you have material currently on Reserve and wish to keep it on Reserve for the summer sessions or the Fall semester, please fill out the

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Tech Spotlight: Desmos

Desmos is a company that develops online math tools such as, graphing calculators. The goal of Desmos is to give free access to tools for math and get rid of the high costs of physical calculators, which have been somewhat of a

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Graduate Student Publications Highlight Special Collections

Congratulations to graduate students David Purificato and Nicole Shaw for their research publications on two rare books from Special Collections.   David Purificato, a Ph.D. candidate in Stony Brook University’s Department of History conducted research on Special Collections’ specific copy

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Safe Space

Safe Space is an  LGBTQ* Services program of that seeks to ensure that SBU becomes a more inclusive place for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning* (LGBTQ*) people by fostering a supportive learning and working environment.   The goals of Safe

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University Libraries Colloquium Series May 11th

We are pleased to announce the final event in the Stony Brook University Libraries Colloquium Series for the Spring 2017 semester.  All are welcome to attend. Please join the library faculty and staff as we share our current research, initiatives,

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One Last Look at Therapy Dogs

In case you missed last week’s visit from the therapy dogs Chip, Lucy, Jesse, and Hans, here they are again to get you through that last bout of finals. A great big thanks to CAPS and their PALS program and

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