At an emergency meeting on Wednesday, April 15, the Undergraduate Student Government senate extended the deadline to pass the 2015-2016 budget to April 24.
Dr. Jessica Gurevitch is revolutionizing the field of ecology through her large-scale studies of invasive species and use of meta-analysis to synthesize findings in the field.
Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul visited SBU for a presentation about the impact of excessive nitrogen on Long Island and the solutions the SoMAS developed to battle the contamination.
Family, friends, faculty and colleagues celebrated the dedication and naming ceremony of the Sidney Gelber Auditorium on Thursday, April 9 in the Student Activities Center.
The Stony Brook community came together on Tuesday, April 7 and Thursday, April 9 during “Part of the Pack,” a two-part suicide awareness and prevention program.
Prospective Stony Brook students can now use a virtual reality headset to navigate a photo tour of the campus either online or on mobile devices.
Beagle Freedom Project’s new “Animal Finder” tool allows people to virtually “adopt” cats and dogs being used in research laboratories around the country.
Professor Marc Fasanella has started a monthly lecture series for the Hampton Bays Civic Association called “Downtown Hampton Bays: Its Future, Present, and Past.”
The number of security cameras on campus has increased as part of a prolonged effort to deter crime, according to a Stony Brook University Senate report.
Yacov A. Shamash’s successful funding efforts helped establish the civil engineering program at Stony Brook University in 2012.
Mahdin Mahboob, an electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate at SBU, found a lead on an off-campus room but said he was denied the rental because he is not East Asian.