According to the Giving USA 2014 report, between 2012 and 2013, nationally, education experienced the largest increase in donations by 8.9 percent to total $52.07 billion.
Karen Sobel Lojeski, Ph.D., a Stony Brook University professor in the Department of Technology and Society, fears that “virtual distance” is changing the way people interact.
Syed Hossain is an international student from Dhaka, Bangladesh, who came to the United States after both his parents died.
To better understand DNA replication, Huilin Li and his colleagues, along with Brookhaven scientists, teamed up with researchers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Imperial College in London.
The FBI released a study this past September of 160 active shooter incidents from 2000 to 2013, 12 of which took place at institutions of higher education.
Destiny put Sister Sanaa Nadim on the second floor of Stony Brook’s Student Union, among the offices of the Interfaith Center.
Stony Brook University’s Office of Sustainability introduced Zipcar, a rental car service, to campus, allowing cars to be rented on an hourly basis.
Assistant Professor Dr. Demian Chapman of the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences went to Brazil to teach a workshop on international regulations on the shark fin trade.
At 10:12 p.m., University Police officer Salvatore Casaccio jumped a lane of traffic and hit Brianna Bifone with his police cruiser, pinning her underneath the vehicle for about 30 minutes
The new Violence Intervention and Prevention Committee, a brainchild of Christine Szaraz and the Center for Prevention and Outreach, aims to gather disparate student efforts under one banner.
On Monday, Oct. 27, a New York State license plate was stolen from the parking lot near the Humanities building. The case was closed by investigation. On Monday, Oct. 27, an unknown person threw chairs over a railing in Health …
Brooke Ellison and her team of science researchers embarked on a nearly two-year long project intending to tackle the issue of long-term power outages in communities suffering from natural disasters.