David Ecker, the director of iCREATE, said SBU Inspirations is meant to be a fun activity that helps to both educate faculty on how technology could help their classes and help students showcase their projects to peers and potential employers.
Stony Brook University and NASA are teaming up to research snowstorms for the first time in 32 years. Stony Brook University received $1.4 million last January from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to aid in ground research that would help to improve East Coast snowstorm forecasting
Stony Brook University held its first interviews for the incoming president last week. Isaacson, Miller — the firm hired to oversee the university’s presidential search — selected a number of candidates for the presidential search committee to hold “airport interviews” with.
Stony Brook University students have started a club to help bring Gift of Life, a non-profit organization, to campus.The club is affiliated with Gift of Life International, which works to bring awareness to and provide care for children with cardiac-related illnesses living in countries where they are unable to receive treatment.
The Office of Technology Licensing and Industry Relations at Stony Brook welcomed a panel of professors and researchers to the Charles B. Wang Center on Feb. 5 to discuss collaboration with businesses.
Ian Burney, a history professor at the University of Manchester, visited the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University on Feb. 6 to raise awareness about the Innocence Project and “put our present-day understanding of the forensic pursuit of innocence in historical perspective.”
Power, race, rape and the carceral system are the pillars of Stony Brook Associate Professor Robert Chase’s new book, “We Are Not Slaves: State Violence, Coerced Labor, and Prisoners’ Rights in Postwar America.”