Stuff we’re (mostly virtually) thinking about going to

A sure Sini: Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini joins CMM Strategies to discuss "Business Unusual," Aug. 25.

 

August 18
Offshore Wind CareerMatch Job Fair 
8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., online 
The Business Network for Offshore Wind and the Renewable Energy and Sustainability Center present a free online job fair spotlighting upcoming jobs (in the next six to 12 months) in the rapidly expanding offshore-wind industry, featuring recruiters and executives discussing positions ranging from internships and account managers to geophysicists and naval architects. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

August 18
Detect and Avoid ID Theft and Cyber-Security Scams
9-10 a.m., online 
The Stony Brook University Small Business Development Center presents a free online seminar featuring New York State Better Business Bureau Executive Director Brian Rauer, focused on new defenses against, and the smartest responses to, ID theft and other cyber-scams. Registration and more information.

August 18
Business Unusual: Jeffrey McQueen and Lisa Gilman  
11:30 a.m., online 
CMM Strategies presents the latest edition of its free pandemic-recovery virtual workshop series, featuring Mental Health Association of Nassau County Chief Program Officer Jeffrey McQueen and LCSW Lisa Gilman of Psychotherapy Wellness Services in a discussion with Joe Campolo and Peter Klein about COVID-19 and 2020’s other mental-health challenges. Registration and more information.

August 25
Business Unusual: Timothy Sini   
11:30 a.m., online 
CMM Strategies presents the latest edition of its free pandemic-recovery virtual workshop series, featuring Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy Sini in a discussion with Joe Campolo and Peter Klein about national policing issues and law enforcement before, during and after the Age of Coronavirus. Registration and more information.

September 1
Business Unusual: Bruce Stillman   
11:30 a.m., online 
CMM Strategies presents the latest edition of its free pandemic-recovery virtual workshop series, featuring Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Director and President Bruce Stillman in a discussion with Joe Campolo and Peter Klein about the past, present and future of biomedical research at the cornerstone facility, including clinical trials of new COVID-19 treatments. Registration and more information.

September 9 
Hofstra Entrepreneurship Assistance Center Program Webinar 
1-2 p.m., online 
Hofstra University’s Scott Skodnek Business Development Center presents a free webinar exploring its paid, 10-week EAC program, designed to help entrepreneurs create a business plan, learn to manage finances and develop a cutting-edge marketing strategy. Registration and more information.

September 14
Mount Sinai South Nassau 36th Annual Golf Outing 
8 a.m., The Seawane Club, Hewlett Harbor/The Rockway Hunting Club, Lawrence
Oceanside-based Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital presents its 36th annual golf-outing fundraiser, honoring the hospital’s 3,000-plus doctors, nurses and staff members for their heroic COVID-19 response. Shotgun starts at both clubs at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Sponsorship opportunities available. For details on sponsorships and social-distancing restrictions, registration or more information, call (516) 377-5360 or email tmatejka@snch.org.

September 14
Monday Morning HR Coffee Talk 
10:30 a.m., dial-in
Portnoy, Messinger, Pearl & Associates and SilvermanAcampora’s weekly teleconference on coronavirus-related workplace issues returns with an expert-heavy roundtable discussing school openings, travel quarantines and employees’ psychological wellbeing. Information on joining the weekly human-resources teleconferences, including dial-in details, available here.

October 7
HIA-LI 32nd Annual Business Trade Show and Conference
9 a.m.-3 p.m., SCCC Sports & Exhibition Center, Brentwood
The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island presents its annual trade show and conference, ranked as the Island’s largest yearly B2B event. More than 375 exhibitors and 4,500-plus attendees expected. Rescheduled from March. Ticket pricing, registration and more information available here.

November 5
CEWIT 2020 Conference
8:15 a.m., online 
The Center of Excellence in Information and Wireless Technology at Stony Brook University moves its 16th annual conference online, still focused on emerging technologies in artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, cybersecurity and computational medicine. Information on world-class speakers, pricing, registration and more right here.

 

Please send calendar items, corrections or questions to Gregory.Zeller@InnovateLI.com.

 


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