An American RequiemThe 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.

Volunteer activities are available starting at noon:

  • Donate blood at the SAC Ballroom B, 10:30 am-3 pm or Union Bi-Level, 11 am-7 pm
  • Place memorial pinwheels on the Academic Mall
  • Help create a message of thanks flag during Campus Lifetime

To volunteer, contact Mary Hoffmann at or 632-4995 or Anthony LaViscount at or 632-7320.

memorial archMemorial Arch
The Arch, donated by the Stony Brook Alumni Association, honors the 21 alumni 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 »

For more information, please contact the Office of Conferences & Special Events at (631) 632-6320.
Access to the Administration Garage is available to East Campus cardholders.