Thank you so much to everyone who attended our CATS tour of Stony Brook’s iCREATE Innovation Lab! I hope you all had fun and hopefully learned something new to take to your library.
If you’re not already a member of CATS, please consider joining.
For a brief survey of yesterday’s program, click here: https://forms.gle/PwN651jCKZcwweib6
Join CATS (The Computer and Technical Services division of SCLA) for a tour of Stony Brook University’s iCREATE Lab. In addition to touring the lab, attendees can also participate in a fun interactive activity. Earn CEU credits for attending this program. iCREATE is a collection of spaces that are designed to facilitate all stages of innovation, think 3D printers, laser engravers, sewing machines, VR systems and more!
- Wednesday, April 17 at 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- We will meet in the lobby of the Stony Brook University Administration Building. Attendees should park in the main Administration Parking Garage. Click here for directions: https://goo.gl/maps/g6Zn9dw7Nwq
- This Program Is Now Full
President: Nicole Parisi, Mastics Moriches Shirley Community Library
VP: Alison Mirabella, Longwood Public Library
Treasurer: Michael Bartolomeo, Mastics Moriches Shirley Community Library
Secretary: Sylvia Maurer, Mastics Moriches Shirley Community Library
Past President: Stephen Burg, Mastic-Moriches-Shirley Community Library
Members at Large (8)
Chris DeCristofaro, Sachem Public Library
Debbie Antolini, Middle Country Public Library
Anthony Bliss, Sachem Public Library
James Hansen, Smithtown Public Library
Janet Kowal, Connetquot Public Library
Jesse Reinard, Connetquot Public Library
Nick Tanzi, South Huntington Public Library
Paul Zukowski, The Hampton Library
For more information and to register, click here.
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Bex Hong Hurwitz holds a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003) and an MA from University of California Berkeley in Information Science (2010). They are currently a Fellow with Data and Society (datasociety.net) in which they are advocating for policy changes to increase safety and security for activists in the digital sphere. They are also a fellow with the Open Technology Fund (opentech.fund) in which they are supporting organizations in the global women’s peace movement.