Campus Announcements for the week of 09/20/2010



Table of Contents


01. Administrative
1. Research News from the Office of the Vice President for Research

2. The Stony Brook University Student Health Service is offering Flu Vaccine to Students, Faculty and Staff.

3. The Arts & Sciences Senate meets today at 3:30 in SAC 302.

02. Administrative - Hosp/HSC
1. 12th Annual Ceremony of Remembrance and Babies & Children's Memorial Garden

03. Workshops/Courses/Training
1. Lotus Notes users register today and reserve a seat in one of our fall training sessions.

2. Lotus Notes users too busy to attend one of our classroom training sessions?

3. Faculty and Staff: Learn what MySBfiles is and how to use it to store your important files.

4. Writing A Winning Business Plan With Cash-Flow Projection

5. Introduction to the Library Website

6. Create Citations Using Your Browser

7. Library Tour

8. Library Subject Guides for Research and Teaching

9. Research and Citation Skills for Transfer Students

10. First Annual SB Community Fair!

04. Hospital Workshops/Training
1. Office Of Curriculum Affairs And Faculty Development: ACGME Faculty Development Workshop: Teaching and Assessing Professionalism

2. Employee Health & Wellness presents: Target Fitness Preview Lecture

05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
1. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar

2. Biochemistry & Cell Biology Seminar: Thursday, September 23, 2010

3. Mechanical Engineering Seminars

4. Intellectual Property Seminar

5. Neuroscience Seminar Series

6. Small Business Administration Long Island Green Symposium

7. Provost Lecture Series "Why Communicating Science Matters"

8. Provost's Lecture Series will host Elaine Pagels on Wednesday, September 22

9. Alan Alda Celebrates Grand Opening of Center for Communicating Science

10. Catherine Lee (Rutgers University) "Fictive Kin: Race and Family in American Immigration"

11. A lecture on the Gulf Oil Spill you don't want to miss!

12. Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar

13. Ecology and Evolution Seminar "The Metabolic Crossroads and Drosophila Adaptation"

14. Melville Library Author Series: An Afternoon of Poetry featuring Alexandra van de Kamp, Julie Sheehan, and Rowan Phillips

06. Hosp/HSC Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
1. Pharmacological Sciences Seminar Series

2. Geriatric Care Ministry

07. Charitable
1. APD Fall Classic Charity Softball Tournament to Benefit the Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital

2. Walk for Beauty, Walk for Life

3. 5K Run Walk for the Children to Benefit the Child Life Program at Stony Brook

08. Culture & Entertainment
1. UNITI Cultural Center Open House - September 22, 12:00-4:00 PM, SB Union 135

2. 2010-11 Seawolves Basketball Season Tickets!

3. I AM: Regional Premiere Screening, Discussion and VIP Reception Meet and Greet with Stars

4. University Orchestra announces openings for French horns and Bassoons

5. Films for Campus and Community at Staller Center-Passes on sale

6. This Saturday - Stony Brook Football vs. UMass Minutemen

7. I AM: Regional Premiere Screening, Discussion and VIP Reception Meet and Greet with Stars

8. The Struggle Between Good and Evil By Dr. Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

9. Community Yoga Workshop

10. Blues with Beaucoup Blue and Toby Walker at The University Cafe, Sunday, October 3rd at 2 P.M.

09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses
1. Personal computer Foundations - Level One

2. Applications being accepted for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics MA track in Biological Sciences beginning Spring 2011

3. Comptia A+ Certification Class

4. Ceramic Hand Building Classes at the Craft Center

5. Pottery on the Wheel Classes

10. Research
1. TOSCA (Treatment of Severe Childhood Aggression)

11. Miscellaneous
1. Campus Child Care Available

2. University Preschool Now Registering

3. Art Show: September 27- October 1

4. Studio 97 is Open and Very Busy....

5. Men's Lacrosse is looking for team managers.

6. Microsoft Office 10 available at Seawolves MarketPlace!

7. Dining Specials at SB Union

8. Farmers Market on the Academic Mall

9. New Teas Join the Free Tasting Lineup at the Wang Center Gift Shop




01. Administrative

1. Research News from the Office of the Vice President for Research

The September 2010 issue of Research News is available at:

http://www.stonybrook.edu/research/news/RN/resnew100914.shtml

Submitted by: Peter Saal/Res

2. The Stony Brook University Student Health Service is offering Flu Vaccine to Students, Faculty and Staff.

The Stony Brook University Student Health Service is offering Flu Vaccine to Students, Faculty and Staff.
While supplies last, the Student Health Service will be offering the Flu vaccine to students, faculty and staff members of Stony Brook University. The cost of the vaccine for faculty and staff members will be $25 payable by check only. The vaccine will be available to students at no cost. For more information and to schedule an appointment during our morning hours, please call the Student Health Service at 632-6740

http://studentaffairs.stonybrook.edu/shs/index.shtml

Submitted by: Robert Ansbach/OSA

3. The Arts & Sciences Senate meets today at 3:30 in SAC 302.

Tentative Agenda
I. Approval of agenda
II. Approval of minutes from April 19
III. Outgoing President's Report/Introduction of new President (A. De Chambeau)
IV. Report on Faculty Center (P. Aceves
V. CAS Dean's report (N. Squires)
VI. Update on Project 50 Forward (N. Squires)
VII. New Business
VIII. Old Business

Submitted by: Laurie Theobalt/Prov



02. Administrative - Hosp/HSC

1. 12th Annual Ceremony of Remembrance and Babies & Children's Memorial Garden

Sunday, September 26, 2010, 1:00 P.M.
Health Science Center
Level 3 Galleria
Stony Brook University Hospital
For More information Visit the website: http://www.stonybrookmedicalcenter.org/cmg.


Submitted by: Robertha Johnson/UHMC



03. Workshops/Courses/Training

1. Lotus Notes users register today and reserve a seat in one of our fall training sessions.

Attend classroom training and learn beginner to advanced email, calendaring and contacts. Click here to register.

http://it.cc.stonybrook.edu/get_help/lotus_notes_classroom_training

Submitted by: Kim Rant/DoIT

2. Lotus Notes users too busy to attend one of our classroom training sessions?

Click here to access our "just in time" online training materials. Learn what you need when you need it. Check it out!

http://it.cc.stonybrook.edu/get_help/lotus_notes

Submitted by: Kim Rant/DoIT

3. Faculty and Staff: Learn what MySBfiles is and how to use it to store your important files.

500MB of storage on the secure campus network. Access your files from anywhere at any time. Join us for this quick session and learn how to access and save files to your MySBfiles folder. Click here to register.

http://naples.cc.sunysb.edu/DoIT/trainingclasses.nsf/sbfiles

Submitted by: Kim Rant/DoIT

4. Writing A Winning Business Plan With Cash-Flow Projection

A successful business starts with a great business plan. Learn from the experts what one should be.
September 28, 2010; 9am-11am
Middle Country Public Library
For more information or to RSVP, please contact Elizabeth Malafi at 631-585-9393x296. This event is sponsored and organized in part by the Small Business Development Center.

Submitted by: Kathleen Derryberry/CEAS

5. Introduction to the Library Website

Take a hands-on tour of the new library website for accessing your Catalog, STARS, and online resources like databases, eJournals and more. Explore new subject guides and other research tools, and connect with services like Ask A Librarian, Circulation, Interlibrary Loan and more! Tuesday, September 21 @1 PM Online and On Campus. Register @ http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops.

Submitted by: Yuet Tran/Lib

6. Create Citations Using Your Browser

Zotero is a free browser plug-in for Firefox that allows users to collect, manage and cite research sources. Zotero is platform independent and doesn't discriminate based on institutional affiliation. It is a web-based application that allows access to your library from anywhere. Learn how to: install Zotero, import bibliographic data into Zotero, create collections and sub-collections and use Zotero to create a bibliography. Thursday, September 23 @ 7 PM Online and On Campus. Register @ http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops.

Submitted by: Yuet Tran/Lib

7. Library Tour

Take a tour of the Melville Library's main public service areas. Learn about our collections and services and get some freebies while you're here. Meet us @ the Central Reading Room, Melville Library. The tour runs about 30 minutes. Wednesday, Sept. 22 @ 6 PM. Register @ http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops.

Submitted by: Yuet Tran/Lib

8. Library Subject Guides for Research and Teaching

Library subject guides bring together research tips, tools and resources including books, eJournals, databases, multimedia, research websites and more -- hand-picked by your library subject specialists. Wednesday, September 29 @ 1:30 PM Online and On Campus. Register @ http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops.

Submitted by: Yuet Tran/Lib

9. Research and Citation Skills for Transfer Students

New to Stony Brook? Learn how to: access University resources from off-campus, find scholarly articles to use for assignments, understand what is considered plagiarism, and get help with citation formatting. Thursday, September 30 @ 7 PM Online. Register @ http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops.

Submitted by: Yuet Tran/Lib

10. First Annual SB Community Fair!

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - 11:30am - 2:30pm
Location: Wang Center, Main Lobby
Human Resource Services invites you to our first annual Campus Community and Services Fair!

http://www.stonybrook.edu/hr/data/community-fair.pdf

Submitted by: Lillian Valdez/Admin



04. Hospital Workshops/Training

1. Office Of Curriculum Affairs And Faculty Development: ACGME Faculty Development Workshop: Teaching and Assessing Professionalism

Teaching and Assessing Professionalism presented by Dr. Peter Williams, JD,PhD Tuesday, October 7th, 2010 at 5:00 to 6:30PM in the HSC OVP Conference Room, Level 4. These workshops are specifically designed to assist in meeting the ACGME requirements for faculty development in key areas pertaining to teaching skills of educators. There is one session per month year round. RSVP to Donna Kaufman at 4-8111 or email: dlkaufman@notes.cc.sunysb.edu

Submitted by: Donna Kaufman/UHMC

2. Employee Health & Wellness presents: Target Fitness Preview Lecture

Have you been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes or at risk for Diabetes.Thinking about joining a group to assist you in acheving your goals. This one hour session will introduce basic concepts for Target Fitness designed to meet the special needs for those who have goals of weight loss, blood glucose control and overall fitness! Form your own group! Tuesday, Sept 21, 12pm-1pm HSC LH # & 5pm-6pm LH 5

Submitted by: Maria Loret De Mola/UHMC



05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

1. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar

All are welcome to attend a seminar by Dr. Arlene Fiore from the NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory. Dr. Fiore will present her seminar entitled, "Anthropogenic and Biogenic Contributions to Intercontinental Transport of Ozone Pollution at Northern Mid-Latitudes," on Wednesday, September 22, at 12:00 noon at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (South Campus) in Endeavour Hall 120. Light refreshments will be served. For additional information, please contact the Institute for Terrestrial and Planetary Atmospheres at 632-8009.

http://atmos.msrc.sunysb.edu

Submitted by: Gina Gartin/SoMAS

2. Biochemistry & Cell Biology Seminar: Thursday, September 23, 2010

You are cordially invited to attend a seminar given by Dr. Daniel N. Hebert, Professor, University of Massachusetts, entitled, "The Role of N-Linked Glycans in Protein Maturation and Quality Control in the Early Secretory Pathway". It will be held on Thursday, September 23, 2010, in room 038, Life Sciences Building at 4:00pm. Hosted by Dr. Neta Dean. Cookies, tea & coffee will be served at 3:30pm.

Submitted by: Dianna Berger/CAS

3. Mechanical Engineering Seminars

Please join us for These Seminars:
Dr. Sreenivas Alampalli, Director of the Structures Evaluation Services Bureau at the New York State Department of Transportation. The lecture is entitled, "Managing Aging Transportation Infrastructure," on Friday, September 24, 2010, at 11AM,
Dr. Akira Todoroki, Professor from Tokyo Institute of Technology. The lecture is entitled, "Self-Sensing of Laminated CFRP Structurers Using Electrical Resistance Change," on Friday, September 24th, at 2PM
Both located in Light Engineering Building Room 173. For additional information, please contact the Mechanical Engineering department at 632-8310. Please visit link below for details.

http://me.eng.sunysb.edu/seminars

Submitted by: Augusta Kuhn/CEAS

4. Intellectual Property Seminar

Do you have a technology that you know industry is interested in using or commercializing? Do you know what your rights as an inventor of new technology and how these rights may result in financial reward? Representatives from Scully, Scott, Murphy & Presser, along with members of the campus Office of Technology Licensing and Industrial Relations (OTLIR) team will cover these topics as well as address any questions you may have.
Location: Center for Excellence in Wireless Technology (CEWIT)
Date/Time: Friday, September 24, 2010 10am - 12:30 pm
RSVP: lysa.russo@stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Lysa Russo/Res

5. Neuroscience Seminar Series

On Thursday, September 23, 1010 at Noon, in Room 038 of the Life Sciences Building, the Department of Neurobiology & Behavior will be holding a Seminar. Rene Hen, Ph.D., Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Pharmacology, Columbia University. Director, Division of Integrative Neuroscience, New York State Psychiatric Institute will be giving a talk on Hippocampal Neurogenesis: Impact on Mood and Cognition.
Faculty Host: David Talmage 632-8929
Coffee: 11:45

Submitted by: Karen Morse/CAS

6. Small Business Administration Long Island Green Symposium

Learn about green opportunities, programs and services available to the New York business community from government organizations and others. The list of Presenters includes the Small Business Innovative Research Grant Program-SBIR, the US General Services Administration-GSA and the Long Island Power Authority-LIPA.
Date: September 22, 2010
Time: 8:30 am registration & breakfast
Program: 9:15 am to Noon
Location: Crest Hollow Country Club, 8325 Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury, NY 11797
To Register for this FREE Symposium Contact:
The Stony Brook University Small Business Development Center at (631) 632-9042 or e-mail leslie.rurup@stonybrook.edu.

Submitted by: Kathleen Derryberry/CEAS

7. Provost Lecture Series "Why Communicating Science Matters"

A conversation between world-renowned physicist, Brian Greene and noted actor, Alan Alda at the Staller Center Auditorium on Thursday, September 23, 2010 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/provlec.shtml

Submitted by: Nadine Greenstein/Prov

8. Provost's Lecture Series will host Elaine Pagels on Wednesday, September 22

Elaine Pagels, Harrington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University and a prolific author. Pagels will be talking about "The Cultural Impact of the Book of Revelation" at the Humanities Institute Lecture Hall 1006 on Wednesday, September 22 at 4:30 PM

http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/provlec.shtml

Submitted by: Nadine Greenstein/Prov

9. Alan Alda Celebrates Grand Opening of Center for Communicating Science

The new Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University will celebrate its grand opening with an advance screening of IMAX Hubble 3D, at the AMC Stony Brook IMAX Theater on Nesconset Highway at 8 pm September 23. Alan Alda will be on hand for this event. For ticket information visit www.stonybrook.edu/advevents

Submitted by: Glenn H. Jochum

10. Catherine Lee (Rutgers University) "Fictive Kin: Race and Family in American Immigration"

Please join us for the first speaker in the IHHS series.
Catherine Lee (Department of Sociology, Rutgers University) will present: Fictive Kin: Race and Family in American Immigration Policy (Tuesday September 21, 12:50-2:10, SBS N-320)

http://www.stonybrook.edu/sociology/ihss/events.shtml

Submitted by: Daniel Levy/CAS

11. A lecture on the Gulf Oil Spill you don't want to miss!

On the Ground (and in the Water) with LSU's Oil Spill Response and Recovery Task Force. On Monday, September 20 at 12 pm in Endeavour 120 at the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Caitlin Reilly will present her experiences coordinating the Louisiana State University Ag Center's Oil Spill Extension Response and Recovery Task Force as a Louisiana Sea Grant Extension Associate. Caitlin will share some valuable lessons learned from the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and with on-the-ground issues of coastal land loss.

http://www.nyseagrant.org

Submitted by: Barbara Branca/MSRC

12. Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar

Please join us and host Dr. James Konopka, as we welcome Dr. Dana Davis from the University of Minnesota, who will be presenting a seminar entitled "Role of Endocytosis in Rim101 Signal Transduction in 'Candida albicans'" next Monday, 9/27/10 at 12:00 noon, in Life Sciences Building Room 038

Submitted by: Carol Brekke/UHMC

13. Ecology and Evolution Seminar "The Metabolic Crossroads and Drosophila Adaptation"

3:30 P.M., Wednesday, September 22, 2010, Life Sciences Building, Room 038. Dr. Walter F. Eanes, Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University. If you need a disability-related accommodation, please call: The Department of Ecology and Evolution at (631) 632-8600.

Submitted by: Martha Nolan/CAS

14. Melville Library Author Series: An Afternoon of Poetry featuring Alexandra van de Kamp, Julie Sheehan, and Rowan Phillips

Please join us on Wednesday, September 29 from 12:45 to 2 p.m. for an afternoon of poetry readings featuring Stony Brook University authors Alexandra van de Kamp, Julie Sheehan, and Rowan Phillips. Information about the poets and their writings is available at http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/node/1226.
Location: Javits Room, Level 2, Melville Library
Free and open to all.
Sponsored by the University Libraries.

http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/node/1226

Submitted by: Kristen Nyitray/Lib



06. Hosp/HSC Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

1. Pharmacological Sciences Seminar Series

Monday,September 20,2010 at 2pm
Iva D. Tzvetanova
Dissertation Defense
Title: Helping to start and stop myelination: Csk has dual regulatory functions during oligodendrocyte development
Host Dr. Holly Colognato
Monday,September 27,2010 12pm
S. Burak Derkunt, Graduate Student
Faculty/Student Workshop
Exploring the Roles of the Functional Domains of XPF-ERCC1 in Distinct DNA Repair Pathways
Host Dr.Orlando Scharer
Tuesday,September 28,2010 at 12pm
Andrea Carrano, Ph.D
Senior Research Associate
Molecular and Cell Biology Laboratory,The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Title: Regulation of aging by the ubiquitin system
Host Dr.Markus Seeliger
All located in BST Level8-180

http://www.pharm.stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Rosalind Perdomo-Ayala/UHMC

2. Geriatric Care Ministry

Research conducted by the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University found that seniors often seek help with age-related issues from their religious and spiritual leaders. With that in mind, the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University is offering the Geriatric Care Ministry Program on October 4th at the Long Island State Veterans Home at Stony Brook University to help religious and spiritual leaders better serve their congregations and communities. All are welcome. There is no fee for this program, but seating is limited, so early registration is recommended to ensure a seat. Please contact Mamie Gladden at (631) 444-3142 or Mgladden@notes.cc.sunysb.edu, to register or obtain additional information.

Submitted by: Thomas Cassidy/HSC



07. Charitable

1. APD Fall Classic Charity Softball Tournament to Benefit the Stony Brook Long Island Children's Hospital

The Gamma Omicron Chapter at SBU of Alpha Phi Delta fraternity is hosting its 3rd Annual APD Fall Classic charity co-ed softball tournament on Saturday, October 2nd, 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Campus Recreation Fields. For more information visit www.apdfallclassic.org, e-mail - contact@apdfallclassic.org or call Anton at 917-834-6294 or Ryan at 516-263-4345. Tickets are $10 and sold on campus at the Student Activity Center ticket office.

Submitted by: Victoria Irwin/HSC

2. Walk for Beauty, Walk for Life

Come join the fight against breast and prostate cancers as Stony Brook University Medical Center celebrates the 17th annual Walk for Beauty, Walk for Life on Sunday, October 3. Co-sponsored by the Ward Melville Heritage Organization the Walk raises money for breast and prostate cancer research right here at Stony Brook University and provides wigs and other supplies for our patients in need.
Registration begins at 8:30 am and the walk starts at 9:30 am in front of the Stony Brook Post Office on Main Street rain or shine. Shuttle buses run continuously from the South P-Lot on the Stony Brook campus beginning at 7:30 am for walkers who want to avoid village traffic. The registration fee per walker is only $20.
For a registration form call 444-4000

http://www.stonybrookmedicalcenter.org/sbumcfiles/WFB%202010%20brochure.pdf

Submitted by: Donna Franco/UHMC

3. 5K Run Walk for the Children to Benefit the Child Life Program at Stony Brook

The 22 Annual Run for the Children will be held on October 17, 2010. Registration from 7:30 am to 9:00 am. Run starts at 9:30 am. Gelinas Junior High School, 25 Mud Road, Setauket. This is an official 5K Run. Pre-registration is $20.00, day of is $25. Visit the website for on-line registration: http://www.stonybrookmedicalcenter.org/pediatrics/childlife. For further information call 631-444-3840 or e-mail: paulette.walter@stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Victoria Irwin/HSC



08. Culture & Entertainment

1. UNITI Cultural Center Open House - September 22, 12:00-4:00 PM, SB Union 135

The UNITI Cultural Center (UCC) invites you to stop by and learn more about the facility. The UCC is a multicultural center that is home to a lounge and meeting rooms. Find out how you can make the most out of your cultural center by participating in programs and reserving space for your next meeting or event. All are welcome to attend.

Submitted by: Karen Lee/OSA

2. 2010-11 Seawolves Basketball Season Tickets!

Season tickets for the 2010-11 Stony Brook Seawolves Men's & Women's Basketball Season are now on sale. Season ticket packages start as low as $120 for the men and $65 for the women. To purchase your season tickets or for more information please call 631-632-WOLF or log onto www.goseawolves.org.

http://www.goseawolves.org/tickets/ston-ticketing.html

Submitted by: Vincent Accardi/Pres

3. I AM: Regional Premiere Screening, Discussion and VIP Reception Meet and Greet with Stars

Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 7 PM in the Wang Center Theater.
5:00 PM VIP Reception
7:00 PM Film Screening
A single woman desperate to become a mother, a gay couple harassed by the police, a young man confronts his past as an abused child, two best friends torn apart by ethnic cleansing in Kashmir - these are the compelling vignettes in I AM. Screening preceded by VIP Meet with director ONIR, and actors JUHI CHAWALA, RAHUL BOSE and SANJAY SURI.
Tickets: $35 for artist meet and greet reception and screening
$20 for General admission
$15 for Seniors
$10 Students
To reserve your tickets please email wangcenter@stonybrook.edu.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/wang

Submitted by: Jennifer Iacona/Pres

4. University Orchestra announces openings for French horns and Bassoons

The University Orchestra (MUS262) currently has openings for French horns and bassoons.
Rehearses are held weekly on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in 0111 Staller. The University Orchestra is made up of over 70 undergraduate students at Stony Brook University - music and non-music majors, and presents a series of concerts at Staller Center each semester. Past repertoire has included major orchestral works such as Shostakovich Symphony No. 5, Mahler Symphony No. 1, Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherezade, Brahms Symphony No. 2, Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 and No. 5 and many other standard orchestral repertoire. If interested in auditioning on French horn or bassoon, please contact Dr. Susan Deaver, conductor of the University Orchestra at sdeaver@notes.cc.sunysb.edu or call the Department of Music at 631.632.7330.

www.sunysb.edu/music

Submitted by: Susan Deaver/CAS

5. Films for Campus and Community at Staller Center-Passes on sale

The Staller Center Fall Film schedule is online, giving the complete schedule of films being screened on six Friday evenings, beginning Friday, October 22 and ending Friday, December 10. For a $25 film pass good for all movies, go to http://www.stallercenter.com/movies/index.html or call the Staller Center Box Office at (631) 632-ARTS. (Student film passes are on sale in person at the Box Office for $20 with ID.)

http://www.stallercenter.com/movies/index.html

Submitted by: Julie Greene/CAS

6. This Saturday - Stony Brook Football vs. UMass Minutemen

Your Stony Brook Seawolves take on the University of Massachusetts Minutemen this Saturday, September 25 at 6 p.m. at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium and tickets are ON SALE NOW! To purchase your tickets to this Saturday night's game log onto www.goseawolves.org, call 631-632-WOLF, or visit the Stony Brook Athletics Ticket Office Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. located in the Stony Brook Arena Lobby.
Remember, Get Your red On and Go Seawolves!

http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?organ_val=3386&schedule=list

Submitted by: Vincent Accardi/Pres

7. I AM: Regional Premiere Screening, Discussion and VIP Reception Meet and Greet with Stars

Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 7 PM in the Wang Center Theater.
5:00 PM VIP Reception
7:00 PM Film Screening
A single woman desperate to become a mother, a gay couple harassed by the police, a young man confronts his past as an abused child, two best friends torn apart by ethnic cleansing in Kashmir - these are the compelling vignettes in I Am. Screening preceded by VIP Meet with director Onir, and actors Juhi Chawala, Rahul Bose and Sanjay Suri.
Tickets: $35 for artist meet and greet reception and screening
$20 for General admission
$15 for Seniors
$10 Students
To reserve your tickets please email wangcenter@stonybrook.edu.



Submitted by: Jennifer Iacona/Pres

8. The Struggle Between Good and Evil By Dr. Shaykh Hisham Kabbani

Thursday, September 23 at 7 PM, Wang Center Theater
A prominent scholar of mainstream, traditional Islam, Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani has spent his life spreading the teachings of peace, tolerance, respect and love that are the message of Islam throughout the world. An authority of the Hanafi school of Islamic law in the Middle East and world leader of the Naqshbandi Haqqani Sufi Order, which emphasizes, among other things, the importance of rationality, Shaykh Kabbani will be giving a talk on the Struggle Between Good and Evil.
Followed by a performance by Ali Sayed and the Montreal Ensemble

http://www.stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Jennifer Iacona/Pres

9. Community Yoga Workshop

Meetings held weekly on Tuesdays, September 7 through December 7
Please join us for multi-level yoga classes (appropriate for beginners to advanced students) designed to bring mind, body, and spirit into alignment. This is a hatha yoga class. Introduced by Yogi Swatmarama, a sage of 15th century India, traditional Hatha Yoga represents opposing energies: hot and cold (fire and water, following similar concept as yin-yang), male and female, positive and negative and attempts to balance mind and body via asana (poses), pranayama (breath control), and the calming of the mind through relaxation and meditation. Please wear comfortable clothing that you can move in and bring a mat.
Please check the Wang Center's website for the detailed schedule.

http://www.stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Jennifer Iacona/Pres

10. Blues with Beaucoup Blue and Toby Walker at The University Cafe, Sunday, October 3rd at 2 P.M.

Beaucoup Blue is the father and son Philadelphia-based duo of David and Adrian Mowry. A handsome range of instruments (six and twelve string guitars, slide guitar, dobro) and the two soulful voices blend together like only family members can. (www.beaucoupblue.com for information.)
Toby Walker is a unique, accomplished fingerstyle guitar virtuoso, adept at blues, rags, hot country picking, and coaxes more out of a guitar than anyone can image. He is also a skilled singer and songwriter who draws inspiration from traditional and contemporary music. (www.littletobywalker.com for information)
Look for them to join together on several songs for what will be a very special afternoon.
Advance sale at $20.00 at www.universitycafe.org until Wednesday, September 29th. Tickets at the door (if available) $25.00
Coming Sunday October 10th at 2 P.M. - Legendary singer/songwriter Eric Andersen
Sunday, November 7th at 2 P.M. - Slaid Cleaves

http://universitycafe.org

Submitted by: Charles Backfish/CAS



09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses

1. Personal computer Foundations - Level One

NCE 708 * 7 Sessions * Fee $799
This class covers what you need to know by incorporating found introductory areas of interest to those just beginning to use a personal computer. Topics include: Introduction to Microsoft Windows, Introduction to Microsoft Windows, Introduction to the Internet, Basics of using E-mail, and Use of a Digital Camera.
Note: In order to save their work, all students are required to bring a flash drive to class.
Section A: Mondays, 1:30-4:30pm; September 27; October 4, 18 & 25; November 1, 8 & 15,2010
10% discount University employees and students, CSEA Vouchers accepted

http://www.stonybrook.edu/spd/computer/courses

Submitted by: Amy Margolies/Prov

2. Applications being accepted for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics MA track in Biological Sciences beginning Spring 2011

This 30-credit masters track can be completed in one to three years. The Center encourages MA applicants from a variety of backgrounds, including nursing, social work, ministry, journalism, philosophy, humanities, the social and life sciences, administration, business, the arts, law, public policy, religious studies and others. Applicants who hold a baccalaureate degree without professional experience are welcome, as are clinicians and other professionals.
The Center, founded in 2008 and directed by Dr. Stephen Post, is attentive to the three thematic components in its name in which the human side of medicine is elevated, examined, and revered. We want students to be aware of the importance of relationships and compassion in the art of healing.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/bioethics/masters

Submitted by: Elisa Nelson/UHMC

3. Comptia A+ Certification Class

This class prepares students to take the CompTIA A+ Certification tests. Class size is limited so register early!
Two Parts:
Comptia A+ Essentials 2009: This course will prepare students for the CompTIA A+ Essentials certification exam (2009 Objectives). Students will obtain the skills and knowledge necessary to install, upgrade, repair, configure, troubleshoot, and perform preventive maintenance on personal computer hardware and operating systems.
Comptia A+ Practical Application 2009: Students will learn how to support PC hardware in a business setting, including installation, troubleshooting, component replacement, networking, and security.
Fee: $2,500 total for both sections
Section 1 - A+ Essentials: 10 sessions; Mondays; 6-9:30pm; October 18 & 25; November 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29; December 6, 13 & 20, 2010
Section 2 - A+ 602: 10 sessions; Mondays; 6-9:30pm; January 3, 10, 24 & 31; February 7, 14, 21 & 28; March 7 & 14, 2011

http://www.stonybrook.edu/spd/computer/it.html

Submitted by: Amy Margolies/Prov

4. Ceramic Hand Building Classes at the Craft Center

The Craft Center, located in the SB Union lower level room 049 offers non credit programs that are open to the community. Fall 2010 classes include CERAMIC HAND BUILDING. Explore alternatives to wheel throwing. Construct and combine forms to create vessels & sculptures using pinch, slab & coil, texture,stamps, glaze & stains. Fee includes 5 classes and Ceramic Studio Membership throught December 12. Five Tuesdays, begins 9/28; 6:30pm-8:30pm. FEE: $90/SB Student, $145/SB Staff, $155/Community. Beginner to intermediate levels. For a complete schedule of classes and registration information: www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter or call the Craft Center at 632-6822.
Pottery Sale Dates: Wednesdays 9/22, 10/13, 11/10, 12/1, Union Lobby 9-3pm.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter

Submitted by: Janice Costanzo/OSA

5. Pottery on the Wheel Classes

Foundations in the methods of throwing on the wheel while making a variety of forms. Classes run for 5 weeks and include studio access (7 days a week until Dec. 12) so you can practice on your own time. All levels welcome. Classes are held Mondays, begins 9/20, 6pm-8pm; Wednesdays, begin 9/22, 7pm-9pm; Thursdays, begins 9/23, 7pm-9pm; Saturdays, begin 9/25, 1:30pm-3:30pm. FEE: $90/SB Student, $145/SB Staff, $155/Community. Registration information: www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter or call 632-6822. The Craft Center is located in the SB Union lower level room 049 and offers non credit programs open to the community.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter

Submitted by: Janice Costanzo/OSA



10. Research

1. TOSCA (Treatment of Severe Childhood Aggression)

Does Your Child Have ADHD And Severe Problems With Aggression?
Researchers at the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at SUNY Stony Brook are conducting a study of children ages 6 - 12 with ADHD and severe problems with aggressive behavior. Children will receive a thorough diagnostic evaluation, and treatment with one or two medications. Parents will receive nine weeks of parent training. There is no charge to families for these services. To learn more about the project, please call Dr. Jayne Schneider at 631-632-3091

Submitted by: Diane Ruenes/UHMC



11. Miscellaneous

1. Campus Child Care Available

Stony Brook Child Care Services Openings for Preschool groups. SBU affiliated and non-affiliated families welcome. Also, accepting applications for Infant-Toddler's for children 2 months through 3 years old. NAEYC accredited Center with caring, professional early childhood teachers, low child-to-teacher ratio, and sliding fee scale. Call 632-6930 for more information and to arrange a visit. You can also visit our website at www.sunysb.edu/childcare.

Submitted by: Patricia Birbiglia/Affl

2. University Preschool Now Registering

The University PreSchool is now registering new children. For the past thirty years, the PreSchool has been serving children from 20 months through five years of age. We are located on the first floor of the Social Behavioral Sciences building. Call 632-7868 or visit our website at http://univpreschool.cc.stonybrook.edu

http://univpreschool.cc.stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Jan Kavazanjian/CAS

3. Art Show: September 27- October 1

From September 27- October 1, an art show featuring the drawings, paintings, writing and scupltures of the CDTP and 10 North units will be on view in the main lobby. An artist reception will take place at 1:30pm on September 28 in the main lobby. Opportunity to meet the artists. For more information call 4-1089.

Submitted by: Jennifer Hacker/UHMC

4. Studio 97 is Open and Very Busy....

Need your Hair done? Nails done? Feet done? Skin done? Well, Venture down to the Lower Level in The Student Union Rm 043 We are Proffessionals and not students!,doing great services as Cuts for both Men and Woman. We have Sharetta,here on Monday's doing Braids,Relaxer's,Locs,Wash/Sets Tamara is here all week Cutting,doing Highlights, Color,Blow-Outs, Make-Up & Much more. Stefanie our Pedicurist is here on Tuesday,along with Maria our Nail Tech Doing all Phases of Nail Care. We will be doing Facials very soon as well as Massages with Dan Godzki.
The Hours are Mon,Thursday,Friday 10-5:30 Tuesday & Wednesday 12-8:00PM
Email: Studioo97@Aol.com Phone# 632-6432 Facebook Studio 97

Submitted by: Maria Castrogivanni/FSA

5. Men's Lacrosse is looking for team managers.

Looking to be involved with a varsity sport, but not play? The Stony Brook nationally ranked Men's Lacrosse program is looking for team managers to assist with(but not limited to):
-Office work
-On Field Setup/cleanup
-Daily Statistics in game and practice
Please contact Coach Wellner at ryan.wellner@stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Ryan Wellner/Pres

6. Microsoft Office 10 available at Seawolves MarketPlace!

Microsoft Office 10 for Windows is now available at Seawolves MarketPlaces for $19.99 (Mac version will be available in two weeks).

Submitted by: Denise Salzman/FSA

7. Dining Specials at SB Union

Campus Dining will be celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Stony Brook Union with discount specials throughout the building. Decorate your own cupcake or enjoy free samples at Starbucks, as well as discounted desserts at the Union Commons and the Union Deli. Delancey Street will offer 15% discounts on entrees from the new dinner menu from 4pm-7pm. Check out campusdining.org for details on each of these specials.

http://www.campusdining.org

Submitted by: Vincent Gentile/FSA

8. Farmers Market on the Academic Mall

Purchase fresh-picked produce from some of Long Island's finest growers. The market will be open from 12:00pm-3:00pm on Thursday, September 23rd in front of the Student Activities Center.

http://www.campusdining.org

Submitted by: Vincent Gentile/FSA

9. New Teas Join the Free Tasting Lineup at the Wang Center Gift Shop

Beginning this week, three new teas are being added to the daily schedule of free tastings at the Wang Center Gift Shop. Come by for a sample!
- On Tuesday, we'll offer Cookie--a black tea infused with the flavor of freshly baked caramel cookies. Yum!
- Wednesday's tea will be Sweet Dreams, a soothing blend of chamomile, ginger and apples. There's no caffeine in this one.
- Thursday's debut will be Assam Calcutta: a blend of prime, golden Assam tips. This is an elegant sipping tea.
You'll find the gift shop in the Wang Center, right across from Jasmine Restaurant. We're open Tuesday - Friday, 12 noon to 4 pm.

Submitted by: Carol Lindquist/CAS