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School of Dental Medicine 45th Anniversary Reunion – Celebration
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Oral Health Care
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STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON SPRING 2013 PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES
“Hurricanes, Heat Waves, Harmful Algal Blooms: What is the fate of Long Island’s Coastal Ecosystems as they Confront the New Normal?” Dr. Chris Gobler Stony Brook University
Friday April 5, 2013 at 7:30 p.m
The year 2012 was remarkable for Long Island. Hurricane Sandy brought unparalleled
devastation, including the loss the human life. Within the South Shore Estuary Reserve,
sewage treatment plants were compromised by the storm, permitting hundreds of
millions of gallons of raw sewage to spill into waterways and closing shellfish beds for
more than three months. The storm created three new barrier island inlets, one of
which is now wider than the Shinnecock Inlet. Beyond the storm, the spring of 2012
brought the hottest water temperatures on record (dating to 1850) and began a
succession of harmful algal blooms that closed >10,000 acres of shellfish beds, acidified
estuarine waters, and were responsible for the deaths of finfish, shellfish, and even
pets. These blooms were supported by land derived nitrogen loading that increases
annually suggesting these events may intensify. This presentation will review these
occurrences, their interconnected nature, their lasting impact, and options for
mitigating them and protecting coastal resources as Long Island confronts threats that
may become more common or more intense in the near future.
All lectures will be held at Duke Lecture Hall- Chancellor’s Hall Southampton Campus
The lecture will be preceded and followed by a reception
Stony Brook Southampton
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
239 Montauk Highway, Southampton New York 11968
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Light refreshments will be served.
$10 per person. Click here to register. All are welcome.
How has Stony Brook had a global impact?
Who are Stony Brook’s newest faculty stars?
How have alumni impacted the lives of students?
How is Stony Brook pioneering medicine today?
Network with fellow alumni and participate in a
dynamic conversation with President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD
about your alma mater.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 2013
6 PM Cocktail Reception
6:45 PM Presentation
HYATT REGENCY SARASOTA
1000 Boulevard of the Arts
Sarasota, Florida 34236
Here’s to the future. Let’s build it together.
Click here to RSVP or call Nicole Piampiano
at (631) 632-4197. Kindly RSVP prior to March 26.
Presented by the Stony Brook University Alumni Association
Stony Brook Visits Orlando!
Alumni representatives from the Office of Student Life are visiting Orlando and invite you to join them and Orlando area alums for conversation and refreshments.Catch up on what’s happening in student life and academics at your alma mater. Please RSVP by March 8 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you in Orlando next month!
I am delighted to be hosting a special dinner with Nobel Laureate Dr. Chen Ning Yang and Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD on behalf of our alma mater, the State University of New York at Stony Brook. This dinner, on Saturday, March 9 at 7 PM at the JE Mansion in Beijing, will introduce Stony Brook’s campaign to endow a professorship in honor of Dr. Yang.
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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