Congratulations on completing your upcoming degree here at Stony Brook, however your journey is just beginning! Become a Seawolf for life! Stony Brook Athletics is excited to offer discounted 2013 Stony Brook Football Season Tickets to all graduating seniors.
For just $13 down and $13 a month throughout the summer ($65 total), you will receive:
- A ticket to every Stony Brook Football Game
- First opportunity for playoff game tickets
- Never Waste A Ticket Program
- Exclusive raffles and prizes
- Annual Season Ticket Holder Gift
Much, much more! Special $13 for ’13 season tickets will be available at the Stony Brook Football Spring Game on Sunday, April 28th at 2:00PM.
For more information contact Christina Rondeau at 631-632-7933 or at email@example.com.
Saturday April 20, 7pm
Where: The Meadow Club, Port Jefferson
Three course meal and open bar.
Alumni are invited and encouraged to attend.
$40 for students; $55 for faculty, staff, and alumni.
Location: The Meadow Club 1147 New York 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776
Is there a graduate of the Stony Brook School of Medicine whom you greatly admire for his or her professional accomplishments?
Call for Nominations for:
Definition/Criteria: The suitable candidate for the DAA:
To Nominate an Individual for Either Award, Provide a Written Statement
o The impact of this individual’s work
§ Who has benefited and how it has helped others?
§ How it has advanced medical knowledge or improved treatment?
o Provision of some of the following to substantiate your assertions
§ Citations of articles or notices in news media, online reports, or community, professional or society publications.
§ Evidence of the effects of the nominee’s work.
§ Brief letters of recommendation or comments from others about the nominee.
§ Highlights of his or her most important books or journal articles.
§ The nominee’s curriculum vitae, if helpful to support the nomination.
· There is no need to specify which award you are nominating an individual for; the award
For more information, please call 631-632-4995
When: Sunday, February 10, 2013
12 PM – 2 PM
Details: 12 PM: Welcome and chapter announcements
12:30 PM – 1 PM: A Stony Brook story with triple alum, Ike Nassi, PhD, ’70, ’72, and ’74. Nassi, who has held senior technical positions at SAP AG, Cisco Systems Inc., Apple Computer Inc. and Digital Equipment Corp, and who played key roles in the design of the Ada programming language and the Mach operating system, will share his Stony Brook story as well as his career accomplishments in technology, education and research. Click here for his full bio.
1 PM – 2 PM: Lunch and reminiscence over a montage of Stony Brook photos
Cost: $9 per person (including vegetarian and non-vegetarian selections with tea)
Is December 21 the End of the World?
Find the answers at this intriguing talk by a Stony Brook astrophysicist
“2012 and the End of Times: Myth, Fiction, and Fact”
by Stanimir Metchev, PhD, Assistant Professor of
Physics and Astronomy
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
6 PM – 8 PM
The SUNY Global Center,
116 East 55th Street NY, NY 10022
Professor Metchev’s talk will cover the history, speculations, and science behind the last day of the Mayan calendar and will present recent developments in archaeoastronomy, planetary astronomy, and geology for an up-to-date factual context.
Stanimir Metchev has been an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy at Stony Brook University since 2008. Prior to his arrival at Stony Brook, Professor Metchev earned a BA and a PhD in Astrophysics from Harvard and the California Institute of Technology and was a Spitzer Space Telescope Post-doctoral Fellow at UCLA between 2005-2008.
Professor Metchev’s research interests include extrasolar planets, brown dwarfs, and novel astronomical instrumentation techniques that enable new studies of these fascinating objects. He has served as a reviewer for numerous scientific journals and agencies, including Science, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Hubble, and the Spitzer space telescopes among others. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the New York Astronomy Consortium.
DEFENSIVE DRIVER TRAINING COURSE
Lower your auto insurance premium and remove up to 4 points off your driving record.
Liberty Mutual is hosting four Defensive Driver Training Courses for Stony Brook University Alumni, family & friends, for $22 a person. These 6-hour programs are approved by the NY State Dept. of Motor Vehicles and offer a 10% savings off your Liability and Collision Insurance for 3 years from the day you take the course. In addition, it can remove up to 4 points off your driving record!
Session Time: 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Location: Stony Brook University, Charles B. Wang Center, Brook Alumni Room Cost: $22.00 per person – Check/Money order made payable to NTSI
Session II: Wednesday, November 28th & Thursday, November 29th (must attend both)
Session III: Monday, February 25th & Wednesday, February 27th (must attend both)
Session IV: Tuesday, April 23rd & Thursday, April 25th (must attend both)
There will be a maximum of 40 seats per session. Reserve your seat now! RSVP: Edward Beekman, Executive Sales Representative, via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that you must hold a valid NY drivers license to participate in this course. You do not need to be a Liberty Mutual policyholder to attend.
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|Sat, 24 Nov, 2012 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM|
Stony Brook Alum Wins Inaugural $3M Physics Prize
Indian physicist Ashoke Sen, who earned his doctorate at Stony Brook University, received the first-ever Fundamental Physics Prize for his contribution to string theory. The prize, founded in July 2012 by Russian physicist and Internet entrepreneur Yuri Milner, awards Sen $3 million, the world’s most lucrative prize in physics. Eight other scientists from the United States and France also won the award in its inaugural year.
Sen is a particle physicist who works at a laboratory in the Harish-Chandra Research Institute in Allahabad, which is located in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. He earned his bachelor’s of science degree in 1975 from the Presidency College, University of Calcutta, and his master’s in 1978 from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur before completing his doctoral work in physics at Stony Brook.
Sen has made a number of major original contributions to the subject of string theory, including his landmark paper on strong-weak coupling duality or S-duality, which was influential in changing the course of research in the field. He pioneered the study of unstable D-branes and made the famous Sen conjecture about open string tachyon condensation. He has also co-authored many important papers on string field theory. His current research interests are centered around the attractor mechanism and the precision counting of microstates for black holes in string theory. Of his nearly 200 research papers, as many as 47 papers have more than 100 citations each.
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