Dr. Edmund Chang on “Predicting Nor’easters: From Days Out To Decades”

  On November 20, Dr. Edmund Chang from the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences presented “Predicting Nor’easters: From Days Out To Decades.”   A Nor’easter is an extratropical cyclone that develops along the East Coast of the US. It

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HSL Librarians named to Executive Board of MLA’s NY/NJ Chapter

HSL Librarians Jessica Koos and Gregg Stevens have been elected to serve on the board of the New York/New Jersey Chapter of the Medical Library Association for 2019 and 2020.  Jessica Koos will be an Executive Board Member and Gregg Stevens

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SBU History Club Tours Special Collections

Historians at work! More than 20 history majors visited Special Collections on Wednesday, November 28 during campus lifetime for a tour of the rare and one-of-a-kind manuscripts, books, and maps available for research use at SBU Libraries. Thank you to

Posted in History, Library Outreach, Manuscripts, Maps, Social Sciences, Special Collections & University Archives

End of Semester Reserves Notice

At the end of each semester, all material currently on Reserve will be removed unless a Continuing Reserve Request is received by December 21, 2018.  Please note that the continuing reserve request is only for the Winter session or the

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Michael Bailou Huang Awarded Distinguished Librarian Professorship

Michael Bailou Huang, Director of Global Library Initiatives and a full librarian at the Health Sciences Library at Stony Brook University was named a Distinguished Librarian, the highest academic rank in the SUNY system.     Since the program’s inception in

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Dr. Scott Zukowski Presents on Digitized Periodicals

Dr. Scott Zukowski received his PhD in English from Stony Brook University and currently works for CELT.  He presented some of his work with digitized periodicals, emphasizing the importance of these resources for understanding the formation of group identity, and

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Return or Renew

Before you leave for the semester, remember to RETURN or RENEW any items you’ve borrowed from the University Libraries.  Students must be registered for an upcoming semester to be able to renew material. You can renew  online, over the phone,

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Health Sciences Librarian, Gregg Stevens, wins best research presentation!

Gregg Stevens of the Health Sciences Library recently attended the South Chapter meeting for the Medical Library Association and presented his research project; Speeding Ahead: Assessing Trends in Distance Librarian Services for Advanced Practice Nursing Programs.  This research was co-authored by Elizabeth G.

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“Color is the Keyboard,” December 4th Presentation by Professor Margaret Schedel

Join us on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 1 pm for Professor Margaret Schedel’s talk, entitled, “Color is the Keyboard,” in the Special Collections Seminar Room. Professor Schedel will discuss how,  for over one hundred years, artists, composers and inventors

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Michael Huang Chairs a Session at International Conference in China

The 9th Shanghai International Library Forum (SILF 2018) was held on October 17-19, 2018 at the Shanghai Library. The forum was organized by the Shanghai Library (Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of Shanghai) and co-organized by the Shanghai Society

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