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EID Committee to present program on “Locating Reliable Sources for Indigenous Research Papers and Projects” with Dana Reijerkerk

In commemoration of Native American Heritage Month, the Committee on Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity at the University Libraries is excited to present a workshop on “Locating Reliable Sources for Indigenous Research Papers and Projects” with our very own librarian Dana

Posted in About Us, Databases, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, Libraries, Library Outreach

Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP): Upcoming Webinar on Influenza

The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (otherwise known as SBMHeLP) has an upcoming webinar on Tuesday, November 3rd from 2-3pm entitled “The Flu Vaccine: What You Need to Know.” The webinar will provide general information about the flu vaccine,

Posted in Education, Health Sciences Library, Libraries, Library Outreach, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Welfare Tagged with: , , , ,

Meet the Social Media Interns

Hi! My name is Anthony Carl – I’m a sophomore here at Stony Brook University studying business and specializing in marketing. I’m excited to introduce myself as one of the marketing interns for the library this semester. Working with the

Posted in About Us, Internships, Libraries, Library Outreach, Stony Brook University

Study Room Time Machine

To avoid any confusion, no – the library does not have a time machine in a study room. At least, not in this century. We do, however, have a virtual game called Study Room Time Machine that we would like

Posted in About Us, Events, Featured, Game Studies, Libraries, Library Outreach, Library Technology, Melville Library, Special Collections & University Archives

Chronicling the History of Stony Brook University Libraries

July marks the 58th year of SBU Libraries! When did the first library open on the SBU campus? Why is the Melville Library a building within a building? And when did the catalog first go online? All of these questions

Posted in Libraries, Special Collections & University Archives

2020 Summer Volunteer – Catherine Heiba

Chris Kretz and Clara Tran will be mentoring Catherine Heiba during this summer. Catherine received her Bachelor of Music at Rutgers University and Master of Music at University of Michigan. Currently she is a first year student of the MLIS

Posted in Libraries

HSL Student Spotlight

Student Profile Name: Christopher DeBellis Major: Physical Therapy Year: Doctorate Career aspiration: Neuro Physical Therapy or Pediatric Physical Therapy Favorite library location: The Health Sciences Library of course! Favorite place to study: Tucked into a corner cubicle in the quiet

Posted in About Us, Health Sciences Library, Libraries, Library Outreach, Spotlight, Stony Brook University

My Research Life with Kiara Thomas

My Research Life is a blog series of interviews with Stony Brook people about how and where they do their research. Today’s interview was conducted by librarian Chris Filstrup. Kiara Thomas is a junior journalism major and Africana studies minor.

Posted in About Us, Journalism, Libraries, My Research Life

My Research Life: Nava Berger

My Research Life is a blog series of interviews with Stony Brook people about how and where they do their research. Today, librarian Chris Filstrup talks with Nava Berger, a senior and Political Science and History double major. She is

Posted in About Us, Academic Subjects, History, Libraries, My Research Life, Stony Brook University

My Research Life: Claire Garfield

Welcome to the inaugural post of My Research Life, interviews with Stony Brook people about how and where they do their research. Today, librarian Chris Filstrup interviews Claire Garfield, a senior biology major and marine science, chemistry, and French minor.

Posted in About Us, Academic Subjects, Libraries, Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, MASIC, Melville Library, Music Library, My Research Life, Research, Southampton