Notice regarding Loansome Doc System

On July 1, 2019, the National Library of Medicine (NLM) is retiring the Loansome Doc system due to declining usage. The Stony Brook University Libraries will no longer provide retrieval service for users who are unaffiliated with Stony Brook University.

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Dr. Joel Hurowitz’s research on the PIXL Instrument to Search for Signs of Past Life on Mars

On April 30, Dr. Joel Hurowitz from the Department of Geosciences presented his collaborative research on the Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry, or PIXL, which will be part of the scientific payload of the Mars 2020 rover mission.  PIXL is

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Student Spotlight – Rachel Parker

With just a year left to get her B.A., Rachel Parker transferred to Stony Brook University in the Fall of 2018 to finish her undergraduate program in English. Wasting no time Rachel joined the SBU Libraries last October and is

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Dr. Paul Firbas Presents “Lima Newssheets” at SBU Libraries

On March 24th, Dr. Paul Firbas (Associate Professor in the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature) presented his research on the history and circulation of newssheets in early modern Lima. With his research team, Dr. Firbas has created digital maps

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Survey of SBU Author Perspectives on Article Processing Charges (APCs)

Two Stony Brook University (SBU) librarians are conducting a survey on SBU author perspectives on article processing charges (APCs). The open access movement changes the scholarly publishing landscape in many revolutionary ways. The Gold open access model, where the journal

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Stony Brook Brass

gave a stellar concert at Caroline Church in East Setauket on Saturday, with works by Gabrieli, Brahms, Koestier, Meyer, Böhme, Monk and Tower. The members are Stephen McLean and Tom Pang, trumpets ; Ryan Hayward, tuba, Michael Lockwood, trombone, and

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Symposium and Special Performance: “Starting From Paumanok: Whitman, Long Island, The World” on May 3

Join us on Friday, May 3 at this symposium exploring Walt Whitman’s impact on literature, music, and the visual arts. The event will culminate with a lecture and performance featuring 2018 MacArthur Fellow Matthew Aucoin, composer and writer of the

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Streaming Video at SBU Libraries

Stony Brook University Libraries has streaming video resources to support your research and teaching in the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Health Sciences. Check out our video databases to learn more. Videos from these databases can be viewed

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STEM Speaker Series: “The PIXL Investigation on the Mars 2020 Rover Mission: Investigating Ancient Environments and Searching for Signs of Past Life on Mars” by Dr. Joel Hurowitz

Curious to find out the Mars 2020 Rover research at Stony Brook University? Spend an hour with our STEM speaker, Dr. Joel Hurowitz from the Department of Geosciences, to learn about “The PIXL Investigation on the Mars 2020 Rover Mission:

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Scarce Editions of “Leaves of Grass” from Special Collections on Exhibit

Two rare editions of Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass” from Special Collections are currently on view through September 2 at the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook. Featured in the new exhibition “Walt Whitman’s Arcadia:  Long Island Through the Eyes

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