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Jessica Koos receives the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship

Congratulations to Stony Brook Health Sciences Librarian, Jessica Koos, MLS, MSEd, AHIP, who has received the prestigious Chancellor’s award for Excellence in Librarianship, 2022. The Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence are System-level honors conferred to acknowledge and provide system-wide recognition for

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Graduating students: Ways to return library materials

The University Libraries wishes graduating students our heartfelt congratulations on your achievements at Stony Brook University! We are also reaching out to you to remind you to return your library materials by Wednesday, May 18, 2022. There are two ways to

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Studying for a licensing exam? Board Vitals is Perfect for You!

Do you want to pass your board exams? Check out our BoardVitals page! Register a free account and get the most up-to-date medical education materials on the market! BoardVitals is a physician-run company that covers many of the board and

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Pet Therapy Returns for Finals

On Friday, May 6, the University Libraries and SBU Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) once again partnered to bring Pet Therapy to the University Libraries Galleria. For two hours, students were able to spend time with 6 therapy dogs. A

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The University Libraries celebrates our graduating student employees

Our student employees are valuable members of our staff. We are grateful for their contributions to the library and want to honor the work of those who are graduating. Each graduating student who has worked at the library for 2

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Clarinuts recital held in Library

The May 4 Clarinuts Recital in the Library was well-received. Professor Alan Kay and his studio of clarinet students performed a variety of works by Jeff Scott, George Gershwin, John Mayer, Shulamit Ran, Christopher Stark, Richar Byrd and Helmut Hödl.

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University Libraries hosts Asian and Asian American Studies Student Research Symposium

University Libraries hosted the Asian and Asian American Studies Student Research Symposium on April 27 to a packed and engaging audience of students and faculty from across the disciplines.  About 30 undergraduate and graduate students presented on 16 research projects

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Library faculty team up with undergraduate student to promote open access

In the opening paragraph of his recent post to the Program in Writing and Rhetoric’s RhetComp blog, student Matt Hono explains a typical undergraduate experience of using databases to write a research paper: “Overwhelmed with the simple goal of finishing

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Rehabilitation Resources Available Online

If you haven’t used it yet, take the time to explore Rehabilitation Reference Center. This tool makes it easy to access the most current information and point of care. RRC provides therapists and students with the best available evidence for

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Students, faculty, and staff enjoy vinyl hour

The Library’s Vinyl Hour in the Galleria was a success.  Gisele Schierhorst, Head of the Music Library, and a crew of library student assistants played LPs from the Music Library’s collection from noon until 1 pm.  Passersby included students who were

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