First-year students use databases to explore the history of technology

This semester, Science and Society 102.23 first-year seminar students practiced using a variety of databases and digital collections to explore questions related to new technologies. One project was to delve into the past and investigate how society reacted to emerging

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Libraries Social Media Interns Wrap Up

Our social media interns for the spring of 2021 are wrapping up their time with the Libraries so we thought we’d invite them to share some final thoughts about the semester. Each is showing us a picture of where they

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Stony Brook University Anti-Racism Task Force’s Digital Project

Participate in Our Digital Project The anti-racism task force, along with student workers and personnel from Stony Brook University Libraries and the Africana Studies department are documenting racial encounters, experiences, and feelings about racial injustice that members of the SBU

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Poetry Reading in honor of National Poetry Month

On April 6, 2021, the University Libraries held a virtual poetry reading in honor of National Poetry Month. Hosted by Lisa Socci, Head of Public Services, participants were invited to read poems they wrote or ones that were meaningful to

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Giving Day: April 21, 2021

A great university requires a great library at its core. But, this doesn’t happen by accident. It requires spaces that foster collaborations, examination and exploration. It means everyone from first-year undergraduates to postdoctoral fellows has access to print and digital

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SBU Libraries hosts successful symposium on Advancing Equity in Higher Education on Long Island

On April 9, 2021, Stony Brook University Libraries hosted an inaugural Symposium on Advancing Equity in Higher Education on Long Island. This event brought together 135 college and university community members and thought leaders from across the region in order

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Kaplan and Sadock series available online

Psychiatry Series Ebooks Available  The Health Sciences Library has recently acquired a collection of titles in the Kaplan and Sadock Psychiatry series. The cornerstone texts in the field for 50 years, Kaplan & Sadock’s Textbooks have consistently kept pace with

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Special Collections Featured in Stony Brook University Magazine

The spring issue of the reimagined digital Stony Brook University Magazine features “From Special Collections,” a regular column highlighting distinctive and unique research collections from Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA), the division of the University Libraries with stewardship of Stony

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Dr. Melanie Chiu on “Photoregulation of Polymerization Processes”

On Tuesday, April 6, 2021, Dr. Melanie Chiu from the Department of Chemistry talked about using a light-controlled strategy to modulate polymer dispersity. Dr. Chiu discussed photomodulation of polymerization by posing questions on her presentation slides as the talking points. 

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University Libraries Statement on Violence Against Asian and Asian-American Communities

The University Libraries strongly supports President McInnis’ March 17th statement against Anti-Asian Violence and Racism, and embraces our community members across campus who have been impacted by the anti-Asian sentiment and xenophobia that has increased across our country this last

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