Monthly Archives: November 2011
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Congratulations to our Seawolves Football
Stony Brook University Alumni and Friends…We Believe That We Will WIN!
Stony Brook vs. Albany – Saturday, November 26 – 2PM – LaValle Stadium
Winners of an outright Big South Conference title for the first time in school history, the Stony Brook football team will host Albany on Saturday, November 26, in a Division I Football Championship first round game at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. The game time is 2 p.m. and will be broadcast live on http://www.ESPN3.com
Purchase Your Tickets TODAY – Visit http://www.GoSeawolves.org/tickets or call 631-632-WOLFGet Your RED On, It’s What We Do! Ticket Office Holiday Hours Week of November 21:
-Monday, November 21 – 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
-Tuesday, November 22 – 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
-Wednesday, November 23 – 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
-Thursday, November 24: CLOSED
-Friday, November 25: Noon to 4:30 p.m.
-Saturday, November 26: Tickets go on sale an hour and half prior (12:30 p.m.) to kickoff at Gates 2 & 6 and Will Call Opens at 1:00 p.m. at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium **INDIVIDUAL TICKET ORDER FORM can be faxed to 631-632-7122, e-mailed to SeawolvesTickets@stonybrook.edu, or dropped off to the Stony Brook Athletics Ticket Office during our holiday hours this week. TICKET PRICES
Youth (6-13): $8
Student (University of Albany): $2
**Note: Courtesy of the Department of Athletics, admission will be FREE for all Stony Brook University undergraduate students with valid ID. Please note all seats are GENERAL ADMISSION except the RED chairback seats in sections: 103, 104, 203, and 204
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Location: Charles B. Wang Center, Brook Alumni Room, 401
Stony Brook University, 100 Nichols Road, Stony Brook, NY
Contact: Francisco Colon, MSW ’98 Francisco.Colon@stonybrook.edu
EOP/AIM, W3520 Melville Library, (631) 632-9375
Stony Brook Football vs. Liberty Sat, 19 Nov, 2011 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM
Battle for the Big South Championship!
Winner advances to the NCAA Playoffs
- Veterans Celebration Day
- Fan Appreciation Day
- Military Appreciation Day
- Canned Food Drive
TV: Flames Sports Network http://www.libertyflames.com/index.cfm?PID=10907
Tickets are On Sale Now at www.GoSeawolves.org/Tickets
- Phone (631) 632- WOLF
- Fax (631) 632-7122
Get Your Red On, It’s What We Do!
Visit Stony Brook Athletics site for the most up-to-date game information.
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10:00 am – 12:00 noon
Followed by Stony Brook Men’s Basketball vs. Rutgers University Please note that reception space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Deadline to register online is Friday, December 2, 2011 http://bit.ly/SBUmsg2011
Thu, 17 Nov, 2011 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Alumni Happy Hour for Stony Brook alumni and friends. A great way to socialize, network, and reconnect with your alma mater! Admission is free with cash bar. Enjoy complimentary appetizers and great drink specials for Stony Brook alumni.
Location: Champps, Ft. Lauderdale
6401 North Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309-2176
More Information http://bit.ly/trknbT
(First Year Student Send-Off, New Jersey, 2011)
Stony Brook’s renowned reputation is attracting students from all over New York, across the country, and around the world. You can help our Admissions staff recruit future generations of Stony Brook students in your home town.There are many ways that you can help represent Stony Brook University, no matter where you live.
Become an Alumni “Admissions Ambassador” by attending a college fair near you or by participating in an admitted student reception. Undergraduate Admissions hosts a variety of events in many areas of the country. Volunteer as a guest speaker at one of these events, or join a table to chat with prospective students and their families. Most college fairs are held at high schools on week nights.
Visit our Web site to confirm your volunteer interest and receive more information from the Admissions Counselor in your area.
Press ReleaseContact: Media Relations · 631.444.7880 ·
Stony Brook University Medical Center· Stony Brook, NY 11794-7755
|Dr. Benjamin Luft Discusses 9/11 Oral Histories at Library of Congress
The LOC’s American Folklife Center Will Serve as a Repository of the Oral Histories Nov 1, 2011 – 1:59:09 PM
STONY BROOK, N.Y., November 1, 2011 – Benjamin J. Luft, M.D., Edmund D. Pellegrino Professor of Medicine at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, and Medical Director of Stony Brook’s World Trade Center Health Program, will present “We’re Not Leaving: Responders Oral Histories Redefine 9/11,” at the American Folklife Center at The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., on November 10. The Center will serve as the repository for oral histories of 9/11 first responders from around the country, which are being recorded and filmed by Dr. Luft and the WTC Health Program staff as the Remembering 9/11 oral history project. The lecture will be held in the Mary Pickford Theater, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
Materials describing the Remembering 9/11 project and ways to participate will be available at Dr. Luft’s presentation, which is part of the Benjamin A. Botkin Folklife Lecture Series.
Dr. Luft’s oral histories are part of a larger World Trade Center History Project at Stony Brook’s WTC Health Program and has served as the basis for a documentary created in collaboration with public television stations WLIW21 and WNET13, as well as the independent documentary film, “9/11: An American Requiem,” which debuted at the Stony Brook Film Festival last July. On September 11, 2011, Dr. Luft and some first responders who are part of the oral history project were featured on “60 Minutes.”
Stony Brook’s WTC Health Program consists of clinics in Suffolk and Nassau counties on Long Island, and King’s County of Brooklyn. The clinics provide medical monitoring and treatment for all covered WTC-related conditions. More than 20 physical and medical conditions have been identified as related to work at Ground Zero. Additional Programs are located throughout New York and New Jersey. For more information about the consortium and program, see the WTC Health Program.
See the full story at http://bit.ly/sbYs39
(Source: Wikipedia – Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois. Photographer: David K. Staub )
Dear Friend of Stony Brook,
Was it the lightning strike of an idea or a beautiful accident? Whatever the spark, with the first stone tools we took our destiny into our hands. How did this idea occur to our ancestors, and what was its impact on the early human experience?
Anthropologist and Stony Brook professor John Shea is an expert on stone tools and reveals their role in the human story. He is also a foremost flintknapper. Join him as he demonstrates the ancient technology of making stone tools—right on the Chicago Cultural Center stage—and explains how it allowed our ancestors to eke out a better life.
Sunday, November 13, 2011
11:00 – 12:00 PM
Chicago Cultural Center – Claudia Cassidy Theater
General Admission: $10.00
Teachers and Students: $5.00
This program is generously underwritten by Anne and Bill Fraumann.
I hope you can attend this interesting presentation!Janet Masini
Alumni Relations Coordinator