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SBU remembers Professor David L. Ferguson in campus memorial service

SBU remembers Professor David L. Ferguson in campus memorial service

Alek Lewis October 4, 2019
Stony Brook University held a memorial service on Oct. 2 to remember the late David L. Ferguson.
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The Panmunjeom flagpole in Peace Village on the northern side of the Korean DMZ, as seen through a telescope at the Dora Observatory. The flagpole was constructed in the 80s in response to the South Korean flagpole that had been built in the Freedom Village, and is the 4th tallest flagpole in the world. (CHRISTOPHER CAMERON/THE STATESMAN)

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea: Part IV

Christopher Cameron October 5, 2015
In the final part of the SUNY Korea gallery, Stony Brook students visit the DDP in Seoul as well as the Korean DMZ, the most heavily militarized national border in the world.
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A dong-heon, or main office building, of the provincial government complex in the Korean Folk Village. The dong-heon was where the governor performed his duties as administrator. (CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN)

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea: Part III

Christopher Cameron August 27, 2015
Take a look as the Study Abroad program visits the cultural attractions of the Korean Folk Village and marvels at technological advancements in the Samsung Innovation Museum.
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A Buddhist ritual signalling the end of the day being performed by one of the temples monks. Buddhism emphasizes teaching not just humans, but all life on earth. As a result, the ceremony is meant for the surrounding forest just as much as the temple itself. (CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN)

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea: Part II

Christopher Cameron August 16, 2015
You may have seen an earlier gallery of Stony Brook University’s Study Abroad program at SUNY Korea, but that was not all the campus had to offer.
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An example of the unconventional architecture of Songdo, this bridge overlooks the Central Park saltwater canal. CHRISTOPHER CAMERON / THE STATESMAN

A close-up look inside SUNY Korea

Christopher Cameron June 27, 2015
SUNY Korea offers an exchange of cultures, innovative ideas and life experiences to its students.
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Yacov Shamash to step down as CEAS dean after 22 years

Ivana Stolnik March 30, 2015
Yacov A. Shamash’s successful funding efforts helped establish the civil engineering program at Stony Brook University in 2012.
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Commuter Student Services offers legal housing options for off campus living. BASIL JOHN / THE STATESMAN

Students seeking off-campus housing face discrimination from some landlords

Kelly Zegers March 30, 2015
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.
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SUNY Korea offers computer science, technology systems management and mechanical engineering as majors. (PHOTO CREDIT : BLOG.SUNY.EDU)

SUNY Korea sees new growth

Sarah Elsesser October 21, 2014
SUNY Korea, a Stony Brook University affiliated campus, was the first American university to be established in Incheon, South Korea on March 3, 2012.
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Police cars in 2012 on campus. NINA LIN/STATESMAN FILE

Rape reports increase at Stony Brook

Will Welch October 20, 2013
More rapes were reported last year on Stony Brook University’s campus than in any previous year since 2006, according to a security report released by the University Police Department last month.
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President Stanley’s State of the University Address reveals improvements for Stony Brook

Ryan Wolf September 25, 2013
Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley kicked off the 2013 Stony Brook Convocation today with its main event, the State of the University Address, Stanley’s fifth. After looking back at last year’s accomplishments and the university’s future plans, Stanley stated that “the State of the University in 2013...is strong.”
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