Campus Announcements for the week of 09/23/2013



Table of Contents


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

2. December Graduation Volunteers Needed

03. Workshops/Courses/Training
1. Managing Your Research Using Endnote

2. APA Citations

3. Heart Saver CPR w/AED Certification

4. ePortfolio Workshops

5. DoIT Training and Development's Mini Bytes

6. NYS & CSEA Partnership - Fall 2013 Skills for Success Courses

7. Get the Dirt on Soil

05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures
1. Neuroscience Seminar Series

2. Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar

3. Distance Education Symposium: Surveying the Landscape at SBU

4. Forging Future Partnerships: IBM and SBU

5. The Initiative for Historical Social Sciences presents Clayton Fordhal (Sociology) on Martyrdom

6. Institute of Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery Annual Symposium

7. Ecology and Evolution Seminar

8. Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) Starts Oct. 4 with Prof. Tamassia from Brown University

9. Chemistry Research Day, Friday, October 4, 2013, Student Activities Center

10. Lucy Winer to speak at the Wang Center auditorium on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

11. Distinguished Prof., Daniel O'Leary, Ph.D., to present Grand Rounds with the Department of Psychiatry on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013

12. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar

13. Dr. Peter Carravetta presents a talk on Tuesday, September 24th at 4:00PM in Humanities 1008

07. Charitable
1. Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis - Walk with Stony Brook Medicine

2. Support Stony Brook Children's Events

3. SCRIP Fundraising at Stony Brook Child Care Services

4. Please Support SBHOME (Stony Brook Health Outreach and Medical Education). Student Run Free Clinic.

5. Fourth Annual Taste of the Three Villages Tonight!

08. Culture & Entertainment
1. SBU Alumni Exhibition 2013 SAC Art Gallery

2. Jean Hanff Korelitz Is First Guest in Stony Brook Southampton's Fall Writers Speak Wednesdays on September 25

3. Campus Lifetime Event - Alinda Askew Live R&B Reggae Event

4. John Wesley Harding (Wesley Stace) and The English UK at The University Cafe, Sunday October 6th at 2 P.M.

5. Author, Screenwriter and Film Director Marisa Silver To Visit Stony Brook Southampton Writers Speak Wednesdays October 2

09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses
1. Acting for stage and film class beins September 23

2. Stony Brook's Own Successful Weight Loss Program

3. Personal Finance Management

4. Second Annual Evidence Based Natural & Integrative Medicine Symposium

11. Food
1. Jasmine Special Events Wednesday September 25th

2. Celebrate Fall with Pumpkin Spice Coffee and pumpkin muffins!

3. Enjoy new infused water with a refreshing twist at Seawolves MarketPlace

12. Miscellaneous
1. Stony Brook Campus Child Care is Available

2. Special Buy 1, Get 1 half off all red Stony Brook logo apparel




01. Administrative

1. 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 will be$25 payable by check only. The vaccine will be available to students at no cost. For more information please call the Student Health Service at 632-6740

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

Submitted by: Robert Ansbach/OSA

2. December Graduation Volunteers Needed

Conferences & Special Events is issuing a call out for volunteers to assist with the December Graduation ceremonies. Date of Graduation: Thursday, December 19, 2013. The location is Pritchard Gym, Indoor Sports Complex. To volunteer and for further details please contact Christine Quinn at 632-1136 or Christine.Quinn@stonybrook.edu.

Submitted by: Christine Quinn/Pres



03. Workshops/Courses/Training

1. Managing Your Research Using Endnote

Creating the bibliography is often the most tedious part of writing a research paper. Using EndNote, a bibliographic management software program, this task just became much easier. In this workshop you will learn how to create an EndNote library, how to download results from a literature search into EndNote, how to organize your EndNote library, how to insert your references into a MS Word document and more! Wednesday, September 25 @ 1:00 PM. (1.5 hours) Register @

http://guides.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops

Submitted by: Kathleen Maxheimer/Lib

2. APA Citations

Having trouble citing sources in APA for your research paper? In this online workshop learn: how to avoid plagiarism using paraphrasing and quotation, how to format citations correctly for websites, articles and books, how to format in-text citations, how to construct a references list. Thursday, October 3 @ 7:00 PM. Register @

http://guides.library.stonybrook.edu/workshops

Submitted by: Kathleen Maxheimer/Lib

3. Heart Saver CPR w/AED Certification

Description:
Learn basic Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and use of the Automated
External Defibrillator (AED) on the adult victim; chain of survival,
recognition of cardiac emergencies.
Target Audience:
All Employees
Course Length:
3 Hours
To register for this course, click the link below:

http://naples.cc.sunysb.edu/training/hrclasses.nsf/wc0018

Submitted by: Amy Cooper/Admin

4. ePortfolio Workshops

we will be hosting workshops about ePortfolios for students who want
to begin or advance their online presence.
Registration is limited to 12 participants per class. Registration is
strongly recommended, but walk-ins are allowed if there is space. The
workshops are on the first floor of the Melville Library in the
Computer Classroom B, and in the H Quad: Benedict College, Residential
Computing Center (basement).
https://stonybrook.digication.com/StonyBrookEportfolios/Home2//
https://stonybrook.digication.com/eportfolio-help/home//

http://stonybrook.digication.com/eportfolio-help/home//

Submitted by: Treasa Mathias/DoIT

5. DoIT Training and Development's Mini Bytes

As the new academic year begins, you may be encouraged to learn some
new tricks in Google, but as a new academic year also brings busy
schedules, you probably have less time to do so.
Join DoIT Training and Development for their Mini-Bytes series: 20
minutes on Thursdays to learn a new tool every week. These sessions
are online so you "attend" from your own computer with
speakers/headphones. October and November will focus on using Google
Spreadsheets.

http://it.stonybrook.edu/news/articles/learn-about-google-spreadsheets-with-doit-trainings-fall-mini-bytes

Submitted by: Theresa O'Connell/DoIT

6. NYS & CSEA Partnership - Fall 2013 Skills for Success Courses

The NYS & CSEA Partnerhip for Education and Training is pleased to
announce the Fall 2013 Skills for Success courses. Skills for Success
courses provide CSEA-presented employees with the knowledge, skills and
tools needed to accomplish job assignments more effectively. Classes
are scheduled statewide from January through December. Please follow
the link to the Skills for Success catalog for more information.

http://www.nyscseapartnership.org/Sfs/SfsFall2013/index.cfm

Submitted by: Chrisoula Cantone-Stadier/Admin

7. Get the Dirt on Soil

Learn the value of healthy soil for creating a productive garden. Understanding that healthy soil will lead to a bountiful harvest is a key component to a garden's success. This workshop will cover the following topics: type of soils and how to improve them, organic matter, watering, soil erosion, and soil compaction.
SPEAKER: Iman Marghoob, MS, RD. Nutritionist and landscape designer. Community Gardens Coordinator of Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Farm
October 1, 2013 - 12 to 1 p.m., Health Sciences Center, Level 3, Classroom 152

https://docs.google.com/a/stonybrook.edu/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHlUQnRockxnbHNEYmdvdDA2QkVRMlE6MA#gid=0

Submitted by: Donna L Buehler/Pres



05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

1. Neuroscience Seminar Series

On Thursday, September 26, 2013 @ 12:00 noon in the Life Sciences Bldg
- Room 038, the Department of Neurobiology & Behavior will be hosting
a seminar entitled: "A Neural Mechanism for Learning Reward Timing"
Speaker is Dr. Marshall G. Hussain Shuler, from Johns Hopkins
University.
Faculty Host: Dr. Alfredo Fontanini - 632 7871

Submitted by: Gaitree Chandrapersaud/CAS

2. Department of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar

Please join Dr. Sumita Bhaduri-McIntosh as she hosts seminar speaker, Dr. Akhil B. Vaidya
of Drexel University College of Medicine next Monday, September 30, 2013. Dr. Vaidya will
present his seminar "Malaria: Mitochondria, Membranes and Medicines" at 12:00 noon in
Life Sciences Building Room 038

http://www.drexelmed.edu/Home/AboutOurFaculty/AkhilVaidya.aspx

Submitted by: Carol Brekke/UHMC

3. Distance Education Symposium: Surveying the Landscape at SBU

Faculty, staff and students are invited to the Distance Education
Symposium: Surveying the Landscape at SBU on Friday, Sept. 27 from 9
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Student Activities Center, Ballroom B. This
free, interactive event offers a comprehensive view of courses and
technologies that are currently being used at SBU to deliver
instruction in innovative and nontraditional ways. Join your
colleagues to share and discuss the future of distance education at
Stony Brook and SUNY. The symposium is co-sponsored by the TLT Faculty
Center and the School of Professional Development.
For information and registration:

http://facultycenter.stonybrook.edu/events/surveying-landscape-distance-education

Submitted by: Carol Hernandez/Prov

4. Forging Future Partnerships: IBM and SBU

The Institute for Advanced Computational Science presents a discussion with Drs. Agerwala
and Sexton from IBM about ways in which they foresee forging future partnerships relating to
computational science endeavors at SBU. Wednesday, September 25 1:15 pm, Laufer Center
Room 101. Free.

http://iacs.stonybrook.edu/event/seminars/forging-future-partnerships-ibm-and-sbu

Submitted by: Lynn Allopenna/Grad

5. The Initiative for Historical Social Sciences presents Clayton Fordhal (Sociology) on Martyrdom

Please join the IHSS for our first workshop of the fall 2013 semester. We welcome Clayton
Fordhal (Sociology) who will address:
"Imperium in imperio: Martyrdom, the Roman Empire, and the Creation of Christian
Sovereignty".
When: September 24 from 2:30-3:50
Where: SBS N-405
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:
daniel.levy@stonybrook.edu

http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/sociology/ihss/ihssindex.html

Submitted by: Daniel Levy/CAS

6. Institute of Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery Annual Symposium

The ICB&DD is pleased to announce the Seventh ICB&DD Annual Symposium
on Frontiers in Glycosciences and Chemical Biology which will be
held at the Charles B. Wang Center on Friday October 11, 2013 (9:30AM
to 5PM; Reception 5:00 to 6:00PM). The Plenary Lecturers this year
are: Dr. Linda Hsieh-Wilson , California Institute of Technology, Dr.
Gerald Hart , Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Dr.
Richard Cummings, Emory University, Dr. Nicole Sampson, Stony Brook
University, Dr. Jeffrey Esko, University of California San Diego, Dr.
Geert-Jan Boons, University of Georgia and Dr. David Green, Stony
Brook University. There will be poster sessions on recently completed
and on-going projects conducted in the ICB&DD member's laboratories as
well as relevant research laboratories in the area. For further
information contact Roxanne Brockner 632-1311 or visit our website:

http://www.stonybrook.edu/commcms/icbdd/

Submitted by: Roxanne Brockner/CAS

7. Ecology and Evolution Seminar

3:30 P.M., Wednesday, September 25, 2013, Life Sciences Building, Room
038. "The Right Answers to the Wrong Questions: Misleading Models,"
Dr. Liliana Davalos, Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook
University. Host: Dr. Stephen Baines. If you need a disability-
related accommodation, please call: The Department of Ecology and
Evolution at (631) 632-8600.

Submitted by: Martha Nolan/CAS

8. Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) Starts Oct. 4 with Prof. Tamassia from Brown University

The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce that Dr. Roberto Tamassia from Brown university will kick-off our DLS with his lecture, "Data Privacy and Security in Cloud Computing". The lecture is taking place at CEWIT (Rm 200), on Oct. 4 at 2:30p.

http://www.cs.stonybrook.edu/about/DLS/DLS_13_14.html

Submitted by: Christine Cesaria/CEAS

9. Chemistry Research Day, Friday, October 4, 2013, Student Activities Center

Come to the Department of Chemistry's 14th Annual Chemistry Research Day celebration! Share in the excitement of chemical research at Stony Brook! Peruse posters and chat with friendly scientists in Student Activities Center (SAC) Ballroom A, from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and from 1:30-3:00 p.m. Attend a reception in the "Why Lobby," from 3:00-3:15 p.m., and move to the Keynote Lecture, in SAC Auditorium, at 3:15 p.m., where Professor Stanislaus Wong, SBU Dept. of Chemistry and BNL Dept. of Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science, will speak on "Chemical Strategies in Nanoscience."

http://www.stonybrook.edu/chemistry

Submitted by: Katherine Hughes/CAS

10. Lucy Winer to speak at the Wang Center auditorium on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Reflections on "Kings Park" - The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Science will be hosting documentary film maker Lucy Winer on Tuesday, October 8, 2013, from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the Wang Center auditorium. Ms. Winer will be discussing her film, "Kings Park", and showing clips to illustrate her views about mental health treatment. Contact Mary Carlson at 631-444-2767 for any further information.

Submitted by: Mary Carlson/UHMC

11. Distinguished Prof., Daniel O'Leary, Ph.D., to present Grand Rounds with the Department of Psychiatry on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013

"Assessing Intimate Partner Violence" - a Grand Rounds presentation by Distinguished Professor, K. Daniel O'Leary, on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the Atkins Learning Center, HSC, L-4. For any further information, please contact Mary Carlson at 444-2767.

Submitted by: Mary Carlson/UHMC

12. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar

All are welcome to attend a seminar by Professor Aaron Donohoe from the Program in Atmospheres, Ocean and Climate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Donohoe will present his seminar entitled, "ITCZ Location and Cross-Equatorial Atmospheric Heat Transport," on Wednesday, September 25, 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

13. Dr. Peter Carravetta presents a talk on Tuesday, September 24th at 4:00PM in Humanities 1008

"The Elusive Hermes". Taking up the interrelated topics of discourse as the link between Theory and Method, the relation between the sciences and the humanities, and the need to accept relativity and the groundlessness of absolutes after the age of postmodernism, what Peter Carravetta offers in "The Elusive Hermes" is no less than a general theory of interpretation. Includes new readings of the Sophists, Plato, Descartes, Peirce, Perelman and Ricoeur. A reception follows this talk

http://www.stonybrook.edu/humanities

Submitted by: Ann Berrios/CAS



07. Charitable

1. Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis - Walk with Stony Brook Medicine

On Sunday, October 6, walking just a few miles could help change the future for people
with digestive disorders.
Sunday, October 6
Stony Brook University Campus
Check In and Registration: 11:30 am
Pre-Walk Festivities for the Entire Family: 11:30 am - 12:20 pm
Walk: 1:00 pm
Register: http://online.ccfa.org/goto/stonybrookmedicine
Stony Brook Medicine is teaming up to Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis to help raise
awareness and funds for research so that hopefully, one, day, people can live free of the
debilitating effects of digestive diseases.
We want you to walk with us.
The Stony Brook Medicine Team is being led by Dr. Ellen Li and Dr. Ramona Rajapakse. You
can join our team, form your own team or walk as an individual. Or, show your support by
making a donation. Let's make a difference together.

http://stonybrookmedicine.edu/ccfawalk

Submitted by: Rachel Velocci/UHMC

2. Support Stony Brook Children's Events

The Smithtown Township Arts Council First Annual Artist Spotlight to support SB Children's at the 1st Annual Artist Spotlight featuring the work of Barbara Bilotta at the Mills Pond House Gallery, 660 Route 25A, St. James,on September 27-October 11. Opening reception Sept. 28 2-5 pm. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Stony Brook Children's Hospital. For more information call (631)862-6575
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Day One Foundation 2nd Annual Golf Outing to Support Stony Brook Children's Hospital
Monday,September 30th,the Day One Foundation will host its 2nd Annual Golf Outing at Woodside Acres Golf and Country Club in Muttontown, NY in Support of Stony Brook Long Island Chidren's Hospital. For more information go to www.DayOneFoundationGolf.com on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/DayOneFoundation

Submitted by: Yasemin Tansel/HSC

3. SCRIP Fundraising at Stony Brook Child Care Services

Need a gift card? Don't have time to go to the store? A fundraising
program called "SCRIP" is available at Stony Brook Child Care. Now we
can raise money without buying unwanted items, without selling door-
to-door, and with no cost to you. Supporting us has never been
easier! SCRIP refers to gift certificates or gift cards. Our school
is able to purchase gift cards from hundreds of retailers nationwide
at a discount, which you can then buy at face value. The difference
is our profit. These are the same gift cards that you would purchase
if you went to the retailer directly. We encourage you to take
advantage of the wonderful benefits offered by this on-going
fundraiser. Please contact Debra Scarfogliero @632.6047 for more
details on how to make a purchase. Thank you for your support!

Submitted by: Patricia Birbiglia/Affl

4. Please Support SBHOME (Stony Brook Health Outreach and Medical Education). Student Run Free Clinic.

SBHOME started in 2008 to serve the uninsured of Suffolk County. Medical students volunteer every other Sunday at SBHOME located at 2701 Sunrise Highway, Islip Terrace. Donations will go towards pstient lab work, community outreach, and patient referrals. To donate, and learn more about SBHOME please visit www.stonybrookhome.com. All donations are welcome!

Submitted by: Diane Piscitelli/UHMC

5. Fourth Annual Taste of the Three Villages Tonight!

The Holiday Inn Express in Stony Brook is hosting a tasting featuring
the culinary delights of dozens of local restaurants and markets
tonight September 23, 2013 at 5:30pm. The event benefits the Lee Lutz
Memorial Scholarship which is given annually to a Stony Brook
University School of Journalism Student.
Tickets are $50 for admission and can be purchased at the Holiday Inn
Express at the door.

http://www.thetasteofthethreevillage.com

Submitted by: Maureen Robinson/Prov



08. Culture & Entertainment

1. SBU Alumni Exhibition 2013 SAC Art Gallery

The Student Activities Center Art Gallery (SAC) presents an exhibition
of works by Stony Brook alumni from the last 30 years, ranging from
recent graduates to professional artists with years of experience.
This exhibition showcases the achievements of former students, both
undergraduate and graduate, in various disciplines within the visual
arts. Show dates September 4 - October 4, 2013. SAC Gallery Hours-
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 1pm-6pm, Wednesday 1pm-9pm. Opening
reception September 12th 5pm-7pm

http://www.stonybrook.edu/sacartgallery

Submitted by: Janice Costanzo/OSA

2. Jean Hanff Korelitz Is First Guest in Stony Brook Southampton's Fall Writers Speak Wednesdays on September 25

Jean Hanff Korelitz, whose novel "Admission" was adapted for a 2013 film with the same title starring Tina Fey, Paul Rudd and Lily Tomlin, will be the first guest in the fall Writers Speak Wednesdays series of free author talks and readings open to the public at Stony Brook Southampton. Korelitz will speak and read from her work on Wednesday, September 25, at 7 p.m. in the Radio Lounge on the second floor of Chancellors Hall. On Saturday, September 21, the film based on Korelitz's novel, "Admission," will be screened at 7 p.m. in Duke Lecture Hall in Chancellors Hall as part of the Semester by the Sea Movie Night series.

http://stonybrook.edu/mfa

Submitted by: Andrew Botsford/SBSH

3. Campus Lifetime Event - Alinda Askew Live R&B Reggae Event

Come Join us this Wednesday, 9/25/13 @ 1:00 PM outside the University
Bookstore to watch our own Alinda Askew, staff member from Cultural
Analysis & Theory perform R&B & Reggae!!!

Submitted by: Deborah DiFranco/FSA

4. John Wesley Harding (Wesley Stace) and The English UK at The University Cafe, Sunday October 6th at 2 P.M.

Wes is now using his real name, Wesley Stace, and will bring his band, The English UK, to showcase songs from a new album as well as favorites from his extensive catalogue. This pioneer of "Gangsta Folk" emerged on the music scene in 1989 and saw his songs widely-circulated and also appearing on the soundtrack of films like "High Fidelity." New songs like "Making Love to Bob Dylan" and "There's a Starbucks Where the Starbucks USed to be" will join classics of his in this performance. (www.wesleystace.com for more artist information)
Tickets $25 advance at www.shopsbu.com and $30 at the door
Also at The University Cafe on September 29th at 2 P.M. - Mary Gauthier in a solo show
Information at www.universitycafe.org; or call 632-1093

http://www.universitycafe.org

Submitted by: Charles Backfish/CAS

5. Author, Screenwriter and Film Director Marisa Silver To Visit Stony Brook Southampton Writers Speak Wednesdays October 2

Author Marisa Silver, whose most recent novel, "Mary Coin," was a New York Times bestseller, will be the next guest in the fall Writers Speak Wednesdays series of free author talks and readings open to the public at Stony Brook Southampton. Silver will speak on Wednesday, October 2, at 7 p.m. in the Radio Lounge on the second floor of Chancellors Hall. Silver's collection of short stories, "Babe in Paradise," was named a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, and her fiction has been included in "The Best American Short Stories," "The O. Henry Prize Stories," and other anthologies. For more information, call 631-632-5030.

http://stonybrook.edu/mfa

Submitted by: Andrew Botsford/SBSH



09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses

1. Acting for stage and film class beins September 23

Release your 'inner actor'! Explore auditioning techniques, scene study,
script analysis, improvisation and more. No experience needed. Six weeks
(6) classes, begin 9/23 from 7:15pm-9:15pm, SB Union. Contact the Craft
Center for registration details, call 631-632-6822 or visit
www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter to download the fall class schedule.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/craftcenter

Submitted by: Janice Costanzo/OSA

2. Stony Brook's Own Successful Weight Loss Program

Looking for a research-based program to help you manage your weight once and forever? If so, join the Target Fitness Weight Management Program! This 12 week interactive program includes the following; an individualized diet prescription based on your medical history; body composition measurement and individualized weight goals; interactive work with a unique set of tools to facilitate changing your relationship with food; guidelines and goal setting related to exercise; and comprehensive discussions on nutrition and exercise to manage weight, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and gastrointestinal problems. The fee for the entire program is $225, including the book Losing Weight Permanently with the Bull's Eye Food Guide. The next class starts Tuesday, October 1,2013 at 545 in the Family Practice Center, 181 Belle Mead Road. Classes meet every Tuesday evening for 12 weeks. If interested call health Connect to register at 444-4000.

Submitted by: Julie Milliard/UHMC

3. Personal Finance Management

It is time to realize the importance of managing your money and
personal finances. This 10-week course provides the training and
opportunity you need to set your financial house in order and change
your life. Mastering the basics of personal financial management will
empower you to:
*Face your financial future without fear or worries
*Be in control of your future
This course reviews different points of views about money, money
principles (the coin and their secrets), setting financial goals, how
to create a budget and stick to it, key terms in budgeting, separation
of powers, debit and credit cards, selecting and managing a bank
account, and more!
You owe it to yourself (and to your family) to live better
financially; and it will be fun and engaging!
Section A: Thursdays, 6:30-9pm; October 10, 17, 24, 31; November 7,
14, 21; December 5, 12 & 19, 2013

http://www.stonybrook.edu/spd/career/personal_finance.html

Submitted by: Amy Margolies/Prov

4. Second Annual Evidence Based Natural & Integrative Medicine Symposium

Information for professionals and the community about current research
and best practices in traditional and modern natural and integrative
approaches to healthcare. Co sponsored by Stony Brook University,
School of Social Welfare and the University of Bridgeport, Division of
Health Sciences.Friday, October 4, 10am-4pm Stony Brook University
Southampton Campus.
This program has been approved by NASW for 5. contact hours. Cost:$60.
For registration information Email:Jennifer.D.Davidson@Stonybrook.edu

Submitted by: Jennifer Davidson/HSC



11. Food

1. Jasmine Special Events Wednesday September 25th

Visit Jasmine this Wednesday, September 25th to celebrate the kick off of the new
semester. Enjoy free samples and performances by DDKY, Taiko Tides, belly dancing
and more! Campus Lifetime 1-2:30pm and 6-8pm.

www.stonybrook.edu/Jasmine

Submitted by: Sean Comstock/UST

2. Celebrate Fall with Pumpkin Spice Coffee and pumpkin muffins!

Taste the crispness of Autumn Harvest and dive deep into the season
with a hot cup of Pumpkin Spice coffee. And if you're looking for a
snack to take to the office, try the fresh-baked flavor of pumpkin
muffins, available only at Seawolves MarketPlace for a limited time.
Seawolves MarketPlace is located in the Student Activities Center
across from the Commuter Lounge.

www.stonybrook.edu/marketplace

Submitted by: Sean Comstock/UST

3. Enjoy new infused water with a refreshing twist at Seawolves MarketPlace

Enjoy crisp, cool water that has a refreshing fruit twist with our
line of infused waters at Seawolves MarketPlace! Now you can enhance
the flavor of your drink without the extra sugar and calories for just
$1.50 for a 16 oz cup. Different flavors are available Monday through
Friday, such as Strawberry Mint, Cucumber Melon, Lemon Lime,
Strawberry Pineapple, and Kiwi with Mandarin Oranges. All infused
waters are mixed daily with fresh fruit and chilled to perfection.

www.stonybrook.edu/marketplace

Submitted by: Sean Comstock/UST



12. Miscellaneous

1. Stony Brook Campus Child Care is Available

Stony Brook Child Care Services is an NAEYC accredited Preschool, Infant
and Toddler Center with caring, professional early childhood teachers,
low child-to-teacher ratio, and sliding fee scale. SBU affiliated and
non-affiliated families are welcome. 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. Special Buy 1, Get 1 half off all red Stony Brook logo apparel

Get Your Red On and gear up for Stony Brook's first home football game, on September 28th, with this
limited time promotion. From September 16th through 28th, all red Stony Brook or Seawolves logo items will
be buy one, get the second half off. This offer cannot be combined with any other promotions or discounts,
and the second item must be of equal or lesser value. This offer is valid in-store only.
Seawolves MarketPlace is located in the Student Activities Center across from the Commuter Lounge.

http://fsa.sunysb.edu/campus-stores/seawolves-marketplace/

Submitted by: Sean Comstock/UST