These students didn’t hack computer systems in the traditional sense. Instead, they marshaled their computer science skills toward engineering innovative, useful software.
The principal researcher wanted to find out how mobile chimpanzees are when they’re walking on two limbs, rather than climbing or knuckle-walking.
For now, only the shadows of reflections glide across the Union’s transparent doors.
Maria Eugenia Gold challenged the long-held belief that dodo birds were stupid and instead proposed that the dodo bird might have been about as smart as the common pigeon.
Professor Peg Christoff and 15 of her students extensively researched Asian and Asian-American groups on Long Island.
Recently, some Stony Brook University "lifers" recounted their college years at Stony Brook and reflected upon how they journeyed back to Seawolves Country.
Trekking through a landscape vastly altered by a glacier, Stony Brook University alumni and other guests absorbed both facts and scenery on a geological campus tour.
Crowds congregated on the rooftop of the Earth and Space Sciences building to witness a rare phenomenon last Sunday night—a supermoon in combination with a lunar eclipse.
A study conducted at SBU will tackle the challenge of communication between native English-speaking undergraduates and their non-native English-speaking instructors.
The Wang Center had its fall exhibition opening reception on Wednesday, Sept. 9. The different art, up until December, offers different fusions of Asian culture.