Collection Assistants

David Bolotine, Cataloger, Stony Brook University Libraries
Bushra Butt, Cataloger, Stony Brook University Libraries
Darren Chase, Game Studies Subject Specialist, Stony Brook University Libraries
Julia Chrin, Volunteer, Winter 2009
Danielle Driscoll, Student Assistant, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries
Frank Fiorino, Intern, Spring 2012, Stony Brook University
William Glenn, Reference & Electronic Resources Librarian, Stony Brook University Libraries
Laine Nooney Miller, Research Aid to the WHGSC, Stony Brook University
Toni Nicosia, Intern, Spring 2011, Stony Brook University
Kathy Novotny, Library Clerk II, Central Reading Room, Stony Brook University Libraries
Saori Suzuki, Intern, Fall 2010, Stony Brook University
Lynn Toscano, Assistant Head, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries
Hélène Volat, Librarian and Head of Reference Services and Central Reading Room, Stony Brook University Libraries
David Weiner, Head of Circulation Services, Stony Brook University Libraries

 

William A. Higinbotham

William HiginbothamAfter reading an instruction manual that accompanied a Systron-Donner analog computer, William Alfred Higinbotham was inspired to design Tennis for Two, the first computer game to utilize handheld controllers and to display motion. It was also the first game to be played by general public, in this instance, attendees of “visitors day” at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) in 1958. Learn More »

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