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Midsemester evaluations scrapped due to lack of responses

Ryan Wolf April 24, 2014
The Division of Information Technology eliminated midsemester evaluations due to complaints from students and faculty.
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Campus briefing: USG condemns university’s broad-based fees advertising

Arielle Martinez April 8, 2014
The Undergraduate Student Government Senate unanimously passed a resolution Thursday evening in which it condemns the university’s lack of advertising of the proposed broad-based fee increases that will take effect in the 2014-2015 school year. The resolution, which was proposed by Vice President of Communications & Public Relations Mario Ferone, is a reaction to the open forum discussion on broad-based fees that was hosted by the university on the afternoon of April 2 in the Student Activities Center (SAC) Auditorium.
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Verizon’s partnership with Stony Brook University’s DoIT and CEWIT will bring about faster wireless service across campus for mobile devices. (HIRAL KADAKIA / THE STATESMAN)

Expanded Verizon service available on campus

Christopher Leelum February 25, 2014
Because of a recent partnership between Stony Brook University and Verizon, students will notice a significant improvement in wireless performance this semester.
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CIO promotes creativity and learning

Sandhiya Kannan February 13, 2014
Stony Brook University is continuing to expand its Internet presence at a rapid rate—just following the recent unveiling of its first fully online degree through Open SUNY, the Division of Information Technology launched its own new online service: SBYou.
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Wireless internet in Javits improves considerably with new system

Kelly Frevele November 5, 2013
Students and faculty are less frustrated with wireless connections in Javits these days. Stony Brook’s Division of Information Technology heard the campus community’s complaints and, after reviewing survey results, implemented a new Wi-Fi system in the lecture building, thus saving many students and professors a lot of grief.
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Stony Brook is aiming to have more LEED certified buildings like the Simons Center. (RYAN MUI/THE STATESMAN)

University going green, wins Recyclemania’s e-waste category

Sarah Elsesser May 8, 2013

Stony Brook University recycled the most e-waste out of all the U.S. colleges and universities in RecycleMania and for a fourth consecutive year earned a spot in the Princeton Review’s Guide to 322...

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