The National Institutes of Health awarded SBU’s Center for Inclusive Education a $1.4 million grant to aide students from under-represented minorities in completing degrees in biomedical sciences.
The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) is an international organization that furthers synthetic biology research through its educational outreach and student competitions
The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) senate passed a resolution condemning State University of New York (SUNY) student assistant employment restrictions at its meeting Thursday evening.
At Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s urging, the SUNY Board of Trustees passed a resolution on Friday, Oct. 2 to create a uniform set of prevention and response practices.
Students and faculty from Stony Brook University and the community gathered in the Wang Center on Oct. 10 to discuss current women’s issues and ways to gain leadership positions in their careers.
Yik Yak, a Twitter-esque mobile application, has gained popularity across the country, including at Stony Brook University.
On Monday, Sept. 29 a bicycle was reported stolen from the Long Island Rail Road station. The case is now closed. On Tuesday, Sept. 30 an RA reported damage to the inside of the elevator in Schick College. The case …
NASA awarded Joel Hurowitz, a geoscience assistant professor at Stony Brook University, and his team a 1.4 million dollar grant to build an instrument called PIXL, in order to prove past life on Mars.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the total number of Ebola cases could reach 1.4 million by January if further intervention or community changes are not made.
Undergraduate Student Government senate approved Special Services Council budgets for eight on-campus organizations and budget revisions for two other organizations at its meeting Thursday evening.
A recent survey by Gallup showed that 50 percent of black college graduates held more than $25,000 in student loan debt, compared to 34 percent of white graduates.
Children in New York State and across the country have recently been diagnosed with a respiratory virus, known as enterovirus-D68 (EV-D68), which continues to result in hospitalizations and panic.