Artstor’s move to JSTOR: Everything you need to know before August 1, 2024

Artstor is now available in its new home on JSTOR! When you search JSTOR, you will find Artstor’s 2+ million licensed images and more than 1,700 additional primary source collections alongside JSTOR’s vast collection of books, journal articles, and research

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Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung Selected for the MLA Rising Star Program

Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung has been chosen to join the upcoming cohort of the Medical Library Association’s Rising Stars. This selective initiative is designed to equip emerging librarians with the skills and knowledge necessary for future leadership roles within

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FREE SHUTTLE to West Meadow Beach during Summer 2024 Weekends!

Congratulations! Dr. Anil Yazici from the Department of Civil Engineering and Dr. Elizabeth Hewitt from the Department of Technology and Society received a New York Sea Grant for their research project. About the project: The research team has a shuttle

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New Book Return at Math, Physics, Astronomy Library

Red book return box in hallway

We are excited to announce that there is now a book return option at the Math, Physics, Astronomy Library. The bright red book return box is located outside the Math, Physics, Astronomy Library on the 3rd level of the Physics

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Welcome Tavonna Miller!

Tavonna Miller has joined the Music Library staff for five weeks as an intern. Ms. Miller is an adjunct professor at the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University, where she teaches voice and songwriting. She is also a matriculating

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Clarinuts Present an Exciting Program

The spring semester’s concert series in the Galleria concluded with a performance by ClariNuts, the talented graduate students of clarinet professor Alan Kay. It was well attended and appreciated by members of the university community. The program began with Black

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New Graphic Medicine Titles Now Available

Health Sciences Librarian Sunny Chung recently secured a grant from Region 7 of the National Network of the Libraries of Medicine (NNLM), which was used to purchase additional graphic medicine titles for University Libraries. Graphic medicine is the use of

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Dr. Jin Koda on “Probing Mystery of Star Formation”

Timely, Dr. Jin Koda discussed the solar eclipse that we experienced on April 8, 2024, the day before his lecture about star formation on April 9, 2024 at the University Libraries. Dr. Koda mentioned that there is only one star

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NOVELny Funding Restored

Stony Brook University Libraries (SBUL), on behalf of The New York State Library, are pleased to announce that funding for the NOVELny (New York Online Virtual Electronic Library) statewide e-resources was included in the New York State Budget for 2024-2025. 

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Panel Discussion: Decolonizing Minds: Frantz Fanon’s Enduring Influence

A recording of the panel discussion is available here. On Friday, April 26th, University Libraries Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Committee hosted a panel discussion on  Decolonizing Minds: Frantz Fanon’s Enduring Influence at the Charles B. Wang Center, Lecture Hall

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End of semester reminder: Return or Renew

Before you leave for the semester, remember to RETURN or RENEW any items you’ve borrowed from the library.  Students must be registered for an upcoming semester to be able to renew online, over the phone, or in person at one

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