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Vol. # 16 Issue #   42


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01. Administrative

    1. State Employees 2017 Flex Spending Open Enrollment from October 3, 2016 to November 7, 2016 

03. Workshops/Courses/Training

    1. TMS103 - Offer Grid -- Oct. 26 1:00 - 2:30 Wang 301 

    2. Graduate Student Workshop -- Oct. 27 -- 10:00 - 11:00 Wang 301 

    3. Workshop:  Intro to Google Forms 

    4. Mini Byte: Intro to Lucidchart 

    5. Mini Byte: Working with File Versions in Google Drive 

    6. Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon! 

    7. Academic Commons: the open access scholarly repository 

    8. On-site Reference in the Humanities Building 

    9. Off-Campus Fire Safety Simulation: 10/27, 4:30-6:30pm in South 
Parking Lot 

    10. Last Chance -- I-9 Workshop -- Oct. 25 10:00 - 11:00 

04. Hospital Workshops/Training

    1. HeartSaver/AED CPR Class 

05. Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

    1. Molecular Genetics & Microbiology Seminar 

    2. CS Faculty Colloquium: Oct. 28 with Flavio Fenton, Georgia Tech
High-performance computing in heart simulations with direct 
clinical applications 

    3. School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS) Friday Colloquium 

    4. Mathematics Colloquium: Sylvia Serfaty(NYU), Microscopic description of Coulomb-type systems 

    5. Multilingual and Intercultural Communication (MIC) and Office of 
Global Affairs 

    6. Provost's Lecture Series will host Leonard Cassuto, Tuesday, October 

    7. Writing Program Open House, Oct 19, 1-2 pm 

    8. Chemistry Department Seminar on Thursday 10/20/16 

    9. Neuroscience Seminar Series 

    10. Ecology and Evolution Lawrence B. Slobodkin Speaker in Ecology for 

    11. Provost's Lecture Series will host Scott Lissner, Wednesday, October 

    12. Benefits and Breakfast Lecture Series: Understanding Your Medicare 
Benefits - Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 

    13. Annual Antonija Prelec Memorial Lecture 

    14. 15th Annual Educating the Educators Conference Presented by School 
Intervention and Re-entry Program at Stony Brook Children's 

    15. Topics in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Seminar 

    16. World of Physics Open Night, Friday, October 21, 2016
ESS 001; 7:30 P.M. 

    17. Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities Seminar Series 

    18. Digital Humanities Open Mic Event 

    19. Last Chance to Register! Open Access Symposium 2016 

    20.  IACS Seminar Speaker and Performer, Andrew Sorensen 

    21. Biochemistry and Cell Biology Seminar, October 20, 2016 

    22. The Manufacturing and Technology Resource Consortium (MTRC) 
will host an informational meeting 9am - 11am October 19, 2016 

06. Hosp/HSC Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

    1. Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Tuesday October 18, 2016- Adam Gonzalez, PhD. Assistant professor Dept. of Psychiatry 

    2. School of Health Technology and Management's 23rd Annual Outstanding 
Alumni Awards 

    3. "Learning to Move and Moving to Learn" Wednesday October 26th 12-1:00PM SHTM 
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Program Seminar 

    4. Pharmacological Sciences Seminar Series 

07. Charitable

    1. Stony Brook Child Care Services KidStuff Coupon Book Fundraiser 

    2. Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis 

08. Culture & Entertainment

    1. Special Collections and University Archives Open House for 28th 
Annual New York Archives Week 

    2. Kick off the 2016 Native American Awareness Program with the Music of 
Laura Ortman. 

    3. TEDxSBU 2016 - Heads and Tales! 

    4. Literary Karaoke: Halloween Edition 

    5. Club Red, University Club Event: Simons Center Building, Friday;  October 21st: 4:30-6:30pm 

    6. Your Copyright: Increasing the Impact of Your Research 

    7. Center for Italian Studies  Annual New Italian Cinema Festival, October 29 and 30, 2-8 pm, Wang Center Theatre 

09. For-Pay Workshops/Courses

    1. Food Literacy for Disease Prevention 

    2. Weight Watchers Inspire Event, Tuesday, October 25th, 12:00 noon in 
Humanities 1043. Free Holiday Success Kit (valued at $50.00). 

    3. Microsoft Excel Basic Skills Class 

    4. Microsoft Excel Essential Skills Class 

10. Research

    1. Research volunteers needed (ages 18-65). New NIH-funded Study: Daily Activity Patterns and Heart Rate Variability in Chronic Fatigue 

11. Food

    1. Food Day Celebration and Farmers' Market 

12. Miscellaneous

    1. Holiday Science Camp for Students in Grades 5-7 on School Holidays 


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