September 19, 2019
Join us for our October Minds & Vines Lecture at Harmony Vineyards. Hear from Professor Turhan Canli, PhD as he discusses how viruses inside your DNA may contribute to mental health or illness.
The Stony Brook University School of Journalism’s My Life As Speaker Series returns on Monday, September 23, with Laura Helmuth, Health and Science Editor at The Washington Post. She will discuss how science writers try to make sense of it all and win out over nonsense.
9/19/19: Women's Soccer vs Fordham - West Campus - LaValle Stadium, 7 pm
9/20/19: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program Introductory Sessions - Social & Behavioral Sciences, Rooms N 119/N 121, 4 - 5:30 pm
Elizabeth Hewitt is an urban planner and social scientist, and her work rests at the intersection of technology and policy to explore human processes that impact energy and resilience in buildings and cities. She focuses most often on urban multifamily or commercial buildings. She conducts research on occupant behavior in buildings; decision making for resilience; occupant interactions with smart building technologies; and organizational culture for energy and resilience. A current project funded by the Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) explores the influence of social norms on recycling behavior in multifamily buildings.
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