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Art of the Violin Extended Concert Attracts New Listeners

The April 10 “Art of the Violin,” concert featured graduate students of Professor Jennifer Fraustchi from the Department of Music. Works by Niccolò Paganini, Reena Esmail, J.S. Bach, Eugène-Auguste Ysaÿe, Clara Schumann, and Franz Schubert delighted passersby and was enjoyed

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Decolonizing Discourses: Frantz Fanon’s Enduring Influence

Join Dean Karim Boughida for a special event with the author and journalist Adam Shatz Adam Shatz is the US editor of The London Review of Books and a contributor to The New York Times Magazine, The New York Review

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2024 Chinese American Librarians Association Northeast Chapter Annual Conference

Four members of University Libraries presented at the 2024 Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) Northeast Chapter’s Annual Conference, themed ‘We’re all in this together’: Catalyzing Social Change in Asian American Communities,” on April 6th, 2024, at Bobst Library, NYU. Michael

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Laurel Scheinfeld Awarded Systematic Review Services Specialization Certificate

Health Sciences Librarian Laurel Scheinfeld has successfully completed all of the necessary activities to obtain a Level II Systematic Review Services Specialization (SRSS) certificate from the Medical Library Association. Earning the SRSS demonstrates Laurel’s use of a range of information

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Spring 2024 Art Crawl Recap

On Wednesday, March 27, students, faculty/staff, and community members joined the Art Crawl, experiencing an exciting and diverse array of art and collections in five exhibitions across Stony Brook University’s west campus. Stops included the Charles B. Wang Center, Zuccaire Galley, Latin

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#SBUGivingDay is Here! Support SBU Libraries in Digitizing Dan’s Papers

Make a difference TODAY! Support SBU Libraries on Wednesday, March 27 during #SBUGivingDay to digitize the Dan’s Papers archive — the East End of Long Island’s iconic weekly lifestyle publication — that was gifted to Stony Brook University by the

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SBU Trial Access to 3 Gale Databases

Stony Brook University Libraries currently has trial access to three Gale databases: Environmental History: Conservation and Public Policy in America, 1870-1980 Environmental History: Colonial Policy and Global Development, 1896-1993 Nineteenth Century Collections Online: British Theatre, Music, and Literature The Environmental

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Stony Brook University Libraries Celebrating 10th Year Anniversary of Global Library Initiatives

This year, we are celebrating the 10th year anniversary of the Global Library Initiatives at Stony Brook University. The mission is to strengthen international ties among libraries and librarians worldwide for the promotion of international education, understanding, and peace. We

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AI in DEIA: Thinking Beyond the Bias

On March 20th, Dr. Matthew Salzano gave a talk at the invitation of the Libraries’ DEIA Team about artificial intelligence and issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility. He delivered a thought-provoking presentation that stimulated a lot of conversation

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Ready for Success Summit a Success

Stony Brook Libraries hosted the Ready for Success Summit on Friday, March 15th with over 100 librarians, teachers, and administrators from across 40 Long Island school districts. Attendees assembled to hear about the Ready for Success project between SBU Libraries

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