Minds & Vines

Wednesday Night Lecture Series

Stony Brook University Faculty

Come enjoy informative talks on highly interesting and diverse topics presented by Stony Brook University’s world-class experts followed by relaxed Q&A

Organization Behavior and Negotiation
Julia Bear is an Associate Professor in the College of Business at Stony Brook University. Dr. Bear’s research focuses on the influence of gender.
Viruses inside your DNA may contribute to your mental health or illness
The decoding of the human genome brought one huge surprise that remains unknown to most people, outside a small field of geneticists.
Hot versus Cold Mind: The intersection of psychology and entrepreneurial finance.
Richard Chan’s research domain is broadly situated at the intersection of psychology, technology, and entrepreneurial finance.
Long Island’s Great White Shark Research
As the manager of the Marine Sciences Center at the Southampton campus, my primary responsibility is to maintain the Center’s computerized, state-of the-art 5,000 sq.
The Science and Romance of Wine!
Photoregulation of Chlorplast Synthesis and Replication. The synthesis and replication of cellular organelles involve an interplay between nuclear andorganellar genomes.

Evening Talks at Harmony

When a lecture is scheduled, Harmony will be open Wednesday Nights 5:30 – 10pm with talks starting around 7pm.

Admission is Free

Seating is first come first serve.

Fine Wines, Local Beers, Non-alcoholic beverages, and small plates will be available for purchase.

No reservations required.

Must be 21 and over.

“A portion of Harmony’s sales proceeds from this lecture series will be donated to the Stony Brook Foundation, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization which exists to advance the goals and strategic plan of Stony Brook University.”