The Commemoration of September 11
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Each year, we honor alumni and other members of the Stony Brook family who were lost on September 11, 2001. Their deaths strengthen our resolve as a University community to foster the most basic ideals of freedom and equality.
9/11 Memorial and Volunteer Service Day
Please observe a moment of silence at 8:46 am. Join students, faculty and staff to remember those who perished and honor those who volunteered.
The Arch, donated by the Stony Brook Alumni Association, honors the 21 Stony Brook alumni who were lost. Designed by Milton Glaser in collaboration with Nicholas Fasciano, the twelve-foot-high by eight-foot-wide arch is constructed of brass that will eventually change color to a soft verdigris.
Engraved down the sides of the arch are the names of those who were lost:
|Joanne Ahladiotis||Rudy Mastrocinque|
|Jean A. Andrucki||Michael P. McDonnell|
|Michael A. Bane||Manika Narula|
|Carlton W. Bartels||Christopher M. Panatier|
|William F. Burke Jr.||John W. Perry|
|Michel P. Colbert||Lisa J. Raines|
|Stephen M. Fogel||Jonathan S. Ryan|
|Steven E. Furman||Margaret M. (Walier) Seeliger|
|Richard S. Gabrielle||Peter A. Siracuse|
|Kuifai (Raymond) Kwok||Walwyn W. Stuart Jr.|
|Edward J. Mardovich|
9/11 Oral History Project
Stony Brook University Professor Dr. Benjamin Luft's oral history project, Remembering 911, was featured on a special edition of the CBS news program 60 Minutes, aired on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Over the past decade, Dr. Luft has worked to document the experiences of 9/11 first responders in their own words. More »
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