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Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung Featured by NNLM

Our very own Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung has been featured in an article by the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM), where her background, accomplishments and future directions are highlighted. To read the article, click here. Congratulations,

Posted in About Us, Health Sciences Library, Libraries, Library Science

Stony Brook University Libraries is Partnering with Ithaka S+R on “Building Campus Strategies for Data Support Services.”

Stony Brook University Libraries is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Ithaka S+R in the second cohort of Building Campus Strategies for Data Support Services.  This partnership consists of a two-year research and consultation project.  The goal

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Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program recognized for being a community resource

The work of bringing high quality health services and resources to our local communities by Stony Brook librarians, faculty, and interns associated with the The Stony Brook Medicine Healthy Libraries Program (HeLP) has been recognized by CBS news. The Stony

Posted in About Us, Health Sciences Library, Libraries, Library Outreach, Library Science, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Social Welfare, Stony Brook University

Important Changes Coming to My NCBI Accounts

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After June 1, 2021, My NCBI users will no longer be able to login using their My NCBI credentials. This includes access to SciENcv and MyBibliography. You must use a federated account, either through eRA Commons, Google or your institution, in

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Student Spotlight – Shivani Mishra

For December’s Student Spotlight we present Shivani Mishra! Shivani grew up on Long Island where she attended Half Hollow Hills High School. In 2018 she was inducted into the National Honor Society and the National French Honor Society, and is

Posted in About Us, Academic Subjects, Health Sciences Library, Library Science

Women’s History in the Health Sciences

Women’s History month is a celebration of the shared stories and achievements of so many influential and well known figures. From American Abolitionist Harriet Tubman to American Astronomer Vera Rubin, there is no shortage of inspirational narratives. So this month

Posted in Academic Subjects, Databases, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, Electronic Resources, Health Sciences Library, History, Libraries, Library Outreach, Library Science, Medicine, STEM, Stony Brook University, Women's Studies

Promoting Diversity in Librarianship

Associate Dean of Research & User Engagement, Janet H. Clarke, recently participated in a professional networking event for graduate library science students at Queens College. The event featured members of the American Library Association’s ethnic caucuses, Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association

Posted in About Us, Library Outreach, Library Science

Oya Rieger, PhD to Present 2017 Antonija Prelec Memorial Lecture

In 1974, Anotnija Prelec accepted the challenge of establishing the new Health Sciences Library at Stony Brook University. Over the next 26 years, Toni built the HSC Library’s collections with passion and zeal. Her extraordinary knowledge of scientific publishing, coupled

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Library Science

Bibliometric Workshop for Librarians

The Bibliometric Workshop for Librarians, the one-day event which aimed to promote practitioner research in Library and Information Science, was held on October 6, 2017.   Janet Clarke, Associate Dean, Research & User Engagement at Stony Brook University Libraries delivered

Posted in Bibliometrics, Library Science

New interviews in the Women in US-Asian Relations Oral History Project

Just in time for Women’s History Month, the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies and the University Libraries bring you the next group of student interviews of prominent women currently working in US-Asian relations. The Women in US-Asian Relations

Posted in Academic Subjects, Asian and Asian American Studies, Digital Collections, Library Science, Women's Studies