Monthly Archives: December 2011
Concerned Women of the Grove is a grassroots Fire Island community who gather each year to raise funds to find treatments and cures for breast cancer research. This is the 16th year that Stony Brook has been a recipient of their generosity- this year’s contribution was $27,190 and to date they’ve contributed more than $600,000. More than 300 attendees genersouly supported tthe event and learned about current SbUMC breast cancer research from Dr. Avram Dilmanian. Plans are underway for the 17th annual fund raiser which will be held in August 2012 in Cherry Grove. Pictured from left to right are:
Carmella Yodice, Rosie Graci, Ann Scarpa, all of Concerned Women of the Grove, Dr. Avram Dilmanian, Rose Cardin, Margaret Amato, Michael Luyckx
Stony Brook Alumni Association & Liberty Mutual are offering a defensive driving class for New York State licensed drivers through The National Traffic Safety Institute (NTSI).
Dates: Monday, January 30th and Thursday, February 2nd*
*Must attend both sessions
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Cost: $22.00 (check/money order made payable to NTSI)
Location: Brook Alumni Room – Stony Brook University
This class will decrease your auto rates for your car insurance regardless of your carrier.
To reserve your spot, contact Edward Beekman at 800-319-4490, Ext. 52869 or e-mail email@example.com
Upon completion of this 6 hour class, you are entitled to:
10% reduction on your liability, no fault, and collision premiums for 3 years.
Up to a 4 point reduction from your driving record for points accumulated in the past 18 months.
If you are interested in an auto quote, please bring a copy of your existing auto policy declaration page to the class.
Location: Stony Brook University
Charles B. Wang Center, Brook Alumni Room, 401
Stony Brook, NY 11794
The following is an important announcement regarding Saturday’s MSG Holiday Festival featuring your Stony Brook Seawolves against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at 12:00 p.m. followed by the St. John’s Redstorm against the Fordham Rams at 2:30 p.m.
If you RSVP’D and are attending the pre-game reception to be held in the South Terrace at Madison Square Garden beginning at 10:00 a.m. you can check in for the reception and pick up your tickets there.
Directions to South Terrace at Madison Square Garden: Located at 7th Avenue and 32nd Street. Proceed along the mall keeping to your left (the South side of the complex). You will see a neon sign for the Legends Room. Enter at the glass doors and take the escalator in front of you up one flight. Driving? The closest garage is on 31st St. between 7th and 8th Avenues.
If you’re NOT attending the pre-game reception your ticket(s) to the game can be picked up at the “STONY BROOK WILL CALL TABLE” located in TOWER A, which is to your LEFT after you walk into the Madison Square Garden Box Office Lobby beginning at 10:00 a.m.
If you purchased any advance ticket(s) and/or additional ticket(s) through the Stony Brook Athletics Ticket Office or through the online event link provided by the Alumni Office your tickets can be picked up at the “STONY BROOK WILL CALL TABLE” located at TOWER A, which is to your LEFT after you walk into the Madison Square Garden Box Office Lobby beginning at 10:00 a.m.
If your purchased additional tickets to the pre-game reception AND game you can pick up both at South Terrace at Madison Square Garden beginning at 10:00 a.m.
***PLEASE NOTE IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED TICKET(S) THROUGH STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY YOU SHOULD NOT GO TO ANY WILL CALL WINDOW WITHIN THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN BOX OFFICE LOBBY***
If you have any questions simply reply to this e-mail or I can be reached by phone at (O) 631-632-9556 or (C) 631-678-6962.
As always remember to Get Your RED On, It’s What We Do!
Thank you and regards,
Coordinator of Marketing and Ticketing Operations
2011-12 Men’s & Women’s Basketball Mini-Plans, Individual, and Group Tickets are On Sale Now at www.GoSeawolves.org/Tickets
2011-12 Home Men’s & Women’s Basketball Schedule – December:
Sat. Dec. 17 Men’s Basketball vs. Rutgers – MSG Holiday Festival – 12 p.m.
Wed. Dec. 21 Women’s Basketball vs. Morgan State – 7 p.m.
Tues. Dec. 27 Women’s Basketball vs. Youngstown State – 7 p.m.
Wed. Dec. 28 Men’s Basketball vs. Cornell – 7 p.m.
Fri. Dec. 30 Men’s Basketball vs. Rider – 7 p.m.
Message from President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD
Today we celebrate two remarkable events: Governor Andrew Cuomo’s approval of Stony Brook University’s $35 million NYSUNY 2020 Challenge Grant application and a transformational $150 million gift to the University from Jim and Marilyn Simons and the Simons Foundation. Both events mark a milestone moment in the history of our young institution—one that we all have reason to celebrate.
The NYSUNY 2020 initiative provides us with a predictable tuition plan, recognizes Stony Brook’s unique needs as a research institution, and provides us with an infusion of $35 million in capital construction dollars. Under this plan, Stony Brook will hire more than 250 new faculty and 400 additional staff, and create thousands of jobs in the community. Also, a portion of the revenue raised from tuition and fees will be used to fund both merit- and needs-based financial aid, ensuring that a Stony Brook education remains affordable. Stony Brook’s new financial aid plan protects students whose families earn less than $75,000 a year. These students will not pay a penny more tuition under this plan.
Governor Cuomo and SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher are to be commended for their strong leadership in support of public higher education in New York.
THE SIMONS GIFT
The Simons gift is historic; it is the largest gift ever to Stony Brook University and to public higher education in the State of New York. It is among the top ten gifts to any public college or university in America.
The Simons gift will fund three major priorities: (1) research excellence in the School of Medicine, (2) faculty hires through new endowed professorships, and (3) recruitment of top-level graduate and undergraduate students.
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