The Trump administration, out of concern for national security, implemented measures shortening visas for Chinese graduate students looking to study aviation, robotics and
Students and faculty were honored at Stony Brook University’s Jerrold L. Stein Student Life Awards on Monday, April 30 for their outstanding contributions to university life.
Students and educators flocked to the Student Activities Center on Wednesday for a vast symposium of research in programs ranging from Writing and Rhetoric to Physics and
Stony Brook’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is supporting an initiative to cancel classes on the day of Roth Regatta to encourage student participation in the event.
Stony Brook University is offering its first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate Course of 2018, in partnership with Long Island’s chapter of
Stony Brook University’s Robot Design Team is building a robot to compete in the University Rover Challenge, a competition to build a rover equipped to explore Mars.
Ecology & Evolution Associate Professor Heather J. Lynch discovered over 1.5 million Adélie penguins in the Danger Islands near the edge of the Antarctic Peninsula.
Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Student Activities Center for the #MeToo march hosted by the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance on Wednesday, Feb. 28.
The newly inaugurated sheriff of Suffolk County, Errol Toulon, discussed his policies and positions with Stony Brook students on Monday night at an event hosted by the College
Stony Brook scientists are working to better explain their projects to the general public as part of a collaboration with communications experts.