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Fighting Spirit Drives Business Major Lo Hathaway '16, On and Off the Volleyball Court.

Twenty-year-old Laura “Lo” Hathaway is the libero on the Stony Brook University volleyball team, a defensive specialist position that requires non-stop action throughout the entire game. So when she began to experience dizzy spells in September of her freshman year during the fall of 2012 she was naturally concerned. Read more >>

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College of Business students present winning product ideas in University's DARE competition.

Aspiring Student Entrepreneurs DARE to Think Out of the Box. Three students present winning product ideas in University's Dare to Risk Entrepreneurship (DARE) competition. Read more >>

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Stony Brook Students and Alumni present at the NYU Stern Social Entrepreneurship Conference.

Stony Brook Students and Alumni Steven Dell’Amore, Mallory Rothstein, Melissa Cuesta, and Katie Stockhammer-DeSimone together with Dean Manuel London, presented this week at the 10th Annual NYU Stern Social Entrepreneurship Conference.Read more >>

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College of Business Professor Richard Chan wins the prestigious William H. Newman award.

Professor Richard Chan from Stony Brook University’s College of Business, won the Academy of Management’s (AOM) William H. Newman Award, which recognizes the best annual meeting paper based on a doctoral dissertation completed within the past three yearsRead more >>

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College of Business Alumni makes the prestigious Forbes 30 Under 30 list.

For Deepti Sharma Kapur '08, making the prestigious Forbes "30 Under 30" list was only the beginning. Imagine having an epiphany while standing on a food truck line. That’s what happened to Deepti Kapur, who was mere minutes away from taking her Law School Admissions Test and looking for a little pre-exam nourishment to shore up her strengthRead more >>

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College of Business Alumnus Gives Back

For CoB alumnus Negron, 26, Family & Children's has been a lifeline, sheltering him since he was a teenager. Now, through his efforts, a fundraiser that Stanford's business school students hold annually, called GSB Gives Back, has awarded Family & Children's a $20,500 grant for its transitional, independent living program in Freeport. Read more >>


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