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The new form of plagiarism that is stumping professors: ChatGPT

Si Hui Zheng September 17, 2023
Some university scholars are concerned about the risk ChatGPT poses on students who are tempted to commit academic dishonesty, while others perceive its potential to transform the classroom and assist students with limited resources.
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Pablo Calvi is a professor in Stony Brooks School of Journalism. He recently published a book called Latin American Adventures in Literary Journalism. PHOTO COURTESY OF BENJAMIN GOLDMAN

Journalism Professor Pablo Calvi talks about new book “Latin American Adventures in Literary Journalism”

Cindy Mizaku April 28, 2019
Pablo Calvi, an assistant professor at Stony Brook University’s School of Journalism, explored the relationship between Latin American journalism and the socio-political identities it embodies. Fittingly, the event took place in a room covered with photographs of an exhibit highlighting the Bracero program, a labor exchange agreement between Mexico and the United States from 1942 to 1964.
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Pulitzer-winning war correspondent talks Syria, covering conflicts

Mike Adams March 31, 2017
When asked what the United States could do to make a difference in Syria, Gutman pointed to the lessons of Afghanistan, stressing that the answer is far from simple.
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Leaders of the Sapara Nation of Ecuador speak at a conference in 2015. DANIEL CIMA/FLICKR VIA CC BY 2.0

Leader of Sapara Nation brings awareness to oil drilling in Ecuador

Christian Cangiano November 27, 2016
Manari Kaji Ushigua, leader of the Sapara Nation in Ecuador visited Stony Brook to speak about the possibility of their land being sold by the government to drill for oil.
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