Spring 2013 Office Hours
MODIFIED HOURS DURING FINALS WEEK
Wednesday 12:00 - 5:00 PM
Thursday 12:00 - 5:00PM
On Monday, May 2, 2011 the Center for Inclusive Education (CIE) proudly presents Celebrating Diversity and Academic Excellence in Graduate Education (CDAE), the first ever campus wide event to highlight the scholarly and scientific research of our diverse graduate students across all disciplines. CDAE is funded by a Stony Brook Presidential Mini grant and cosponsored by The Center for Developmental Genetics, the Graduate Program in Genetics, Dept of Molecular Genetics & Microbiology, Department of Sociology, the Office of Diversity & Affirmative Action and the Faculty Center.
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Location: Wireless Seminar Room CS 2311
Time: April 1st, 2:20-3:20 pm
Food: Followed by donut hour reception at 3:30 pm, lobby
A Big Red Howl event, co-sponsored by Campus Residences Spirit & Recreation Committee & the Living Learning Center for Leadership Development.
All SBU graduate and undergraduate students, staff, faculty and community members are invited to join us for a fun-filled 6hr DANCE-A-THON on Saturday, April 2nd from 4-10:30 PM. SBU's Dance-A-Thon is a fundraising event benefiting the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). The CCFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to finding the cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, also known as IBD.
We are having a GSO-sponsored Bowling Night at AMF Smithtown Bowl from 7:00pm-9:00pm on April 1st (Friday). 2-hour bowling/bowling shoes/pizza/beverage are all included for 84 people (14 lanes). This event will be open for registration at noon on Wednesday March 30th to all graduate students for free on a first-come, first-served basis (except those who signed up but didn't show up in the past).
WHEREAS, the United States government has launched an orchestrated campaign to censor the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, a publisher of confidential documents that are shedding unprecedented light on US actions overseas;
WHEREAS, at the same time, the US government has begun criminal proceedings against accused Army whistleblower Pfc. Bradley Manning, whom it has held in solitary confinement since July 2010 in conditions that Psychologists for Social Responsibility characterize as “needless brutality,” and which numerous human rights monitors like Amnesty International
Be it RESOLVED, that the Executive Council of the Graduate Student Organization of the State University of New York at Stony Brook,
CONDEMNS the cruel and inhumane treatment of Bradley Manning by the US government,
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Stony Brook Karaoke Contest is an annual activity held by Stony Brook Karaoke Club. This event is for all the graduate students. We will inform it to all the club members and advertise the event all around campus. A first trail will be held to select about 20 participators for the final contest. On April 3, the final contest will be held in SAC Ballroom B.
The Annual Graduate Student Ethnography Conference, now in its 8th year, is a student initiated and run event and has come to be a well-respected and anticipated event for the Sociology department. This full day conference will feature original research by graduate students from around the country using ethnographic methods, including field work and in-depth interviews.
The Graduate Linguistics Society and Department of Linguistics are inviting Dr. Richard Sproat, Professor at the Center for Spoken Language Understanding at the Oregon Health and Science University, to speak at our semi-annual Linguistics Lecture Series. Dr. Sproat’s research interests lie primarily in the areas of computational linguistics and morphology. We feel that these lectures will be of interest to several departments, including Linguistics, Computer Science, History, Psychology, and others.