STRENGTHENING
THE BOTTOM LINE

Innovative approaches to business growth and success

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Our goal is to be recognized as a leader among business schools. We prepare students for leadership roles, foster entrepreneurial growth and provide the corporate community with quality, value and access to knowledge. To accomplish this, we recruit strong faculty from around the world and empower them to meet our rigorous standards as productive researchers and effective teachers.

With  your support we can continue to attract top quality students and offer them the highest level of experiential and theoretical business education, in the most cost effective program in our region.

UNIT GOAL

$7.6 million

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ABOUT THE COLLEGE

“As a business school at a flagship public research university, we offer our students, faculty and members of the business community a host of interdisciplinary resources. The College’s research and teaching draws upon the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine, liberal arts and fine arts to stimulate opportunities for technological innovation and economic development.”

Manuel London, PhD, Dean
Director, Center for Human Resource Management

Stony Brook, NY; Stony Brook University: College of Business; Manuel London, Associate Dean of the College of Business

UNIT INITIATIVES

STRENGTHEN THE PROGRAM IN FINANCE AND THE UNIVERSITY CENTERS OF FINANCE AND BEHAVIORAL POLITICAL ECONOMICS

Strengthen the Program in Finance and the University Centers of Finance and Behavioral Political Economics

Our Center of Finance and Behavioral Political Economics facilitates collaboration between faculty in the College of Business with the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences as well as Arts and Sciences, exploring modern theories of asset pricing, portfolio choice, banking and savings behavior. With increased investment, we can meet demand in big data specializations and prepare students for competitive employment.

With your support, we can also create more endowed professorships, add more research databases and hardware, fund seminars and other events, develop financial literacy education modules, and fund seed grants for research into various topics relating to banking and finance.

STRENGTHEN THE INNOVATION CENTER

Strengthen the Innovation Center

Stony Brook thrives at the forefront of discovery and invention, working closely with students, faculty, external entrepreneurs and business leaders to spur research, business development and expansion. By growing the collaborative capacity of our Innovation Center, we can attract more students and business leaders to campus and expand student-faculty partnerships that turn ideas into pitches, and ultimately into successful businesses.

We seek your support for idea incubation, seminars and other joint learning opportunities, entrepreneurs-in-residence, student engagement in social entrepreneurship, and seed grants for research initiatives.

STRENGTHEN CENTERS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Strengthen Centers for Organizational Effectiveness and Human Resource Management

Organizations are struggling to find their footing in increasingly fast-paced and international markets. So our students and faculty are exploring new ways to become more competitive through leadership development, understanding the complexity of managing individuals and addressing challenges to provide growth and outcome evaluation.

We do this through innovative research, teaching, executive education sessions and faculty and student consulting. With your support, we can add more endowed professorships, fund seminars and other activities, develop curricula and training tools for executive training programs, and fund seed grants for research initiatives in operations efficiency and quality, leadership, and employee and team learning.

STRENGTHEN THE PROGRAM IN CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

Strengthen the Program in Consumer Behavior

Our Marketing and Consumer Behavior program engages top faculty and students in the design, implementation and reporting of behavioral research projects using a range of methodology. These experiences help develop their analytic skills and their understanding of human behavior in business environments, preparing them to be competitive for industry positions requiring a detailed understanding of research administration, use and methodology.

With your support, we can offer more endowed professorships, fund seminars and other activities, and start seed grants for research initiatives, including analyses of “big data” on consumer choices, online marketing.

STONY BROOK STORIES

Stony Brook University Alumnus Donates $300,000 to New Center of Finance

Guy-Max Delphin enrolled at Stony Brook University over two decades ago because his parents wanted him to become a doctor.

But it took just one economics class to change the course of Delphin’s career.

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4-18-14--Photo session at Frey Hall Computer Lab.

Guy-Max Delphin

College of Business
Dean’s Advisory Board

Adam Famularo

Arlene M. Butterklee ’82, ’84

David L. Calone

Douglas Manditch

Guy-Max Delphin ’97

John C. Tsunis

Leonard B. Comberiate ’74

Mark J. Snyder ’69

Mayerlin Fattibene-Kanterman ’06, ’09

Neil H. Butterklee ’80, ’82

Robert J. Coughlan