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2017 Events

Attention: Due to the predicted weather conditions, Friday's Earthstock Festival will now be held in the Student Activities Center.


Monday, April 17, 2017

Saving the Environment    Shamanic Drum

Radio Program:  Sustainability - Integrating Science & Indigenous Wisdom
Peter Maniscalco on WUSB 90.1 FM Radio Station , 11am-12pm
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Lecture: Contemporary Environmental Issues and Policies
Topic: “Hydrofracking potential in NY State: boon to get off dirty coal or environmental disaster?”
Lecture by: Steven Englebright, New York State Assemblyman
Chair, Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation; Geologist Stony Brook University
Endeavour Hall, Room 120, South Campus, 5:30 pm

Art Exhibit: Symbiosis
Tabler Center for the Arts, Culture and Humanities, Art Gallery, 5:30pm

Workshop: Shamanic Drumming Meditation - Experience Your Connection to The Universe
Charles B. Wang Center, Chapel, 7pm

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Seafood    Nepal

Talk: Erica Cirino
Student Activities Center (SAC), Room 306, 2 :30pm
Cirino is a freelance science writer and artist "Go and See Tour". She will share highlights from her ocean voyage to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. 

Panel Discussion: Adapting to a Changing Climate - Coastal Infrastructure and Sustainable Cities 
Humanities Building, Room 1006, 4pm
Metropolitan New York and Long Island face a daunting future in the decades ahead if the region is to remain a healthy, flourishing region of global significance in finance, business, communications, science, medicine, research and fine arts. Come and hear world authorities on climate change, rising sea levels and infrastructure discuss how we can protect the region to be safe and secure for at least the next 150 years.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Sea Cleanup     Sustainability Studies    Ashley Schiff Park Preserve

Bramble Rambles: Guided Nature Walk through the Ashley Schiff Park Preserve
Ashley Schiff Park Preserve, 1 pm

Meet at the Northeast trailhead to the preserve along Circle Road next to the wooden kiosk (across from Roth Quad)

Panel Discussion: Sustainability Studies Alumni
Javits Center, Room 111, 1 pm

Thursday, April 20, 2017

    Roadshow 1    Roadshow 2    Roadshow 3

Music and Presentations: Roadshow of Resistance: Saving the Planet, Indigenous Rights and Standing Rock 
Sidney Gelber Auditorium, Student Activities Center, 3pm
Learn about Standing Rock and environmental justice issues through the poetry and hip-hop music of Native American Lyla June Johnson; the songs of Casey Neill; speeches by Cheryl Angel, a Standing Rock Lakota witness; and Brytnee Laurette, from the Center of Biological Diversity. 

Friday, April 21, 2017

Academic Mall     Wang Center

Earthstock Festival
Rain Location: Student Activites Center
10:00am: Pride Patrol Campus Beautification
11:00am: Farmer's Market
11:00am to 3:00pm: Environmental and Educational Displays and Exhibitors
11:30am: Live Musical and Dance Performances on Two Stages 
11:30am: Scavenger Hunt, Hosted by National Residence Hall Honorary 
12:15pm: Opening Remarks/Green Pledge Ceremony, Main Stage
1:00pm: Friends of Ashley Schiff Park Preserve Walk
2:00pm: Rubber Duck Races
2:30pm: Ice Cream Social, Fountain
3:00pm: Drum Line and Color Guard Showcase, Staller Terrace

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Bus Loop

Stony Brook Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Spring Cleanup
Stony Brook LIRR Train Station, Stony Brook, NY , 8am to 11am
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Live Music and Exhibits: Bikefest
South P Lot, 11am to 4pm

Celebration: Environmental Club's Green Gala
SAC Ballroom B, 8pm


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