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McInnisSCREENSHOT OF UNIVERSITY SENATE MEETING

President-elect addresses university senate for first time

Maya Brown May 11, 2020
“We are at a moment of great uncertainty and it is inspiring to see how the Stony Brook community has stepped forward to lead during this pandemic with conviction and purpose. I am proud to be a Seawolf.”
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Bernstein at the student media briefing on Dec. 4, 2019. GARY GHAYRAT/STATESMAN FILE

Interim President Michael Bernstein confirms interest in permanent position

Gary Ghayrat December 8, 2019
Interim President Michael Bernstein confirmed his interest in running for Stony Brook University’s permanent presidency position during a student media briefing on Wednesday, Dec. 4
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Stony Brook plans to loosen hiring restrictions

Stony Brook plans to loosen hiring restrictions

Gary Ghayrat September 17, 2019
The university will be loosening its hiring restrictions after “substantial progress” was made towards stabilizing the university budget, Interim President Michael Bernstein announced during a University Senate meeting on Monday, Sept. 9.
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Union election results: New coalition wins almost all officer and staff positions

Gary Ghayrat April 23, 2019
Edward Quinn, who won the president and delegate position with 460 votes out of 698 total tallied, said the coalition accomplished their goal of getting more people to vote.
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Dean of Stony Brooks College of Arts and Science, Sacha Kopp, announced he will resign on Jul. 1. Kopp has been the head of the universitys largest college since Aug. 2014.  PHOTO COURTESY OF STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY

College of Arts and Sciences faculty respond to personnel cuts

Rebecca Liebson September 20, 2017
Five tenure-track positions in the College of Arts and Sciences have been eliminated in response to university-wide budget cuts.
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Cuomo is looking too mandate experiential learning, like internships and research, in order for students to graduate. Over 60 SUNY institutions would be affected by this plan. 
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Cuomo pushes for experiential learning as graduation requirement

Daniel Moloney February 19, 2015
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing for experiential learning as a new graduation requirement for all SUNY students in his proposed SUNY budget for next year.
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