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

Coming up Rosalie: Suffolk County Labor Commissioner Rosalie Drago keynotes "Recover/Rebuild/Reimagine," Nov. 12 on a Zoom conference near you.


October 30
Women in Entrepreneurship Virtual Panel Discussion
11:15 a.m.-12:40 p.m., online 
Hofstra University’s Center for Entrepreneurship presents a Global Women in Entrepreneurship Week panel discussion featuring entrepreneurs, activists and graduate students, moderated by Frank G. Zarb School of Business Dean Janet Lenaghan. The livestream is free but pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

October 30 
TSCW Virtual Global Gala 2020: Light the Night Through Science 
7-9 p.m., online 
The Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe presents its annual gala fundraiser, honoring “one of the fathers of the Internet” Vint Cerf. Virtual networking, innovative product demonstrations, tech auction and live entertainment on the schedule. Sponsorship opportunities available. Information on sponsorships, tickets, registration and more available here.

November 2
Social Conscience: Evolutionary Origins and Brain Mechanisms
7-8 p.m., online 
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s virtual Live at the Lab series presents a free public webinar on moral philosophy and social behaviors featuring analytic philosopher Patricia Churchland, introduced by CSHL President and CEO Bruce Stillman. Registration and more information.

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.

November 5
USMCA-Leveraging Our New Trade Agreement
11 a.m.-noon, online 
The MAPLE New York Business Council, the Long Island Association and the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce present a free webinar featuring an in-depth discussion of international trade opportunities available to Long Island and Greater New York businesses through the new USMCA Trade Agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

November 6
LIMBA 2020 Breakfast Series: Angie Carpenter 
9-10 a.m., online
Long Island Metro Business Action presents longtime Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter in a virtual roundtable with LIMBA leaders focused on current events and future developments in the Suffolk County town. The 2020 Breakfast Series is supported by premiere sponsors Covanta Energy, Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles LLP, Gershow Recycling and Twomey Latham. The Nob. 6 meeting is co-sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk. Registration and more information.

November 6-7
Long Island Heart Conference 
Friday-Saturday, Long Island Marriott, Uniondale 
The Stony Brook Heart Institute presents a comprehensive two-day overview of cardiovascular disease, state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic tools and other advances for (and by) cardiologists, physicians, nurses and other providers, with 14.75 CME credit hours available. Pre-registration is required. Ticket pricing, registration, COVID-19 scheduling updates and more information available here.

November 10
Bankruptcy Basics/The New Small Business Reorganization Act
12:30 p.m., online 
The Turnaround Management Association-Long Island continues its complimentary COVID-19 Survival Skills webinar series with a free virtual workshop focused on the SBRA, post-bankruptcy financial perspectives and other bankruptcy basics. Registration and more information.

November 10
FMC Fast Chat: Brian Lehrer 

2 p.m., online 
The Fair Media Council presents the latest installment of its free webinar series, an audience-driven, 30-minute interactive interview featuring Peabody Award-winning radio talk show host Brian Lehrer, discussing media coverage of the Nov. 3 national election. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

November 11
Understanding New York State Sexual Harassment Law

8-10 a.m., online 
Long Island Advancement of Small Business presents a free virtual meeting focused on compliance with and other facets of New York sexual harassment laws, featuring TurningPoint HCM CEO Rick Maher. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

November 12

1-3 p.m., online 
Saint Joseph’s College, People’s United Bank and LaunchPad Huntington present a free virtual panel discussion on regional employment in current and future business environments, keynoted by Suffolk County Labor Commissioner Rosalie Drago. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

November 17-18
Center for Biotechnology Life Sciences Summit
Tuesday-Wednesday, online 
Stony Brook University’s Center for Biotechnology, a New York State Center for Advanced Technology, presents its annual Life Science Summit in a virtual format designed to connect early-stage biotechs and other academic innovators with investors and business-development professionals. Sponsors include Nixon Peabody and a host of corporate, academic and government interests. Sponsorship opportunities available. Program details and information on sponsorships and registration available here.

November 18 
Pandemic Shift Workshop – Session Two 
8:30-10 a.m., online 
The Shift Group presents a free, four-part virtual workshop, created in part with Stony Brook University, designed to help small businesses overcome challenges during and after the pandemic. Workshops continue Nov. 25, Dec. 2 and Dec. 9. Pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.

November 18
Market Rate Apartments Awakening on LI 

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., online 
The Real Estate Institute at the Stony Brook University College of Business  presents a free live webinar on the future of market-rate rentals on Long Island, with a panel discussion moderated by Cushman & Wakefield LI Executive Managing Director David Pannetta, featuring Farrell Fritz Partner Peter Curry, Heatherwood Luxury Rentals President Chris Capece and Village of Amityville Mayor Dennis Siry. Sponsors include Farrell Fritz, Sahn Ward Coschignano and Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, among others. Sponsorship opportunities available. Registration and more information.

November 20 
HIA-LI 10th Annual Women’s Leadership Panel
9-10:30 a.m., online 
The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island presents the Women Leading the Way Executive Leadership Program, featuring a panel discussion among East/West Industries President Teresa Ferraro, Newsday Publisher Debby Krenek and United Way of Long Island CEO Theresa Regnante, moderated by Farrel Fritz partner Domenique Camacho-Moran. The livestream is free but pre-registration is required. Registration and more information.


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