Dr. Aileen O'Donoghue is the Priest Associate Professor of Physics at St. Lawerence University as well as an Astronomer. She will introduce the notion of the astronomer toiling through the night at the eyepiece of a telescope has been waning since the invention of photography. Today, though night assistants still attend some telescopes, the astronomers attend only to their computers. The computers may be on-site or on the other side of the world, commanding the telescope through the internet. Advances in automation as well as digital data processing and storage have allowed the blossoming of huge surveys that no one astronomer or even a large consortium of astronomers can fully analyze. These vast amounts of data, after initial calibration and processing, are then released on the internet where anyone can access and analyze them. She will discuss one large survey, ALFALFA, in which she and her colleague, Jeff Miller, Astronomer & Physics Lab Coordinator, have participated and others have utilized. I will highlight the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, a systematic optical and spectroscopy survey of the sky being conducted at Apache Point Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico and how we combine the data from these surveys to learn about the large-scale structure of the universe in clusters and superclusters of galaxies.