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Nobel Halls Construction

Construction has been completed on the Nobel Halls, 600 bed facility. The dormitory opened Fall 2010.

Freshmen "Move in Day"

Family welcomed by Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. Photo by Sam Levitan

Photo by Sam Levitan

Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., welcomed incoming freshmen and their parents at Nobel Halls, a new campus residence, on "move in day," Friday, August 27.

C.N. Yang Hall Dedication Ceremony

C.N. Yang and Stony Brook President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. cut the ribbon at Yang Hall (photo by Sam Levitan)

C.N. Yang and Stony Brook President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. cut the ribbon at Yang Hall (photo by Sam Levitan).

The dedication ceremony of C.N. Yang Hall, on track to become the University’s first LEED-certified residence hall, took place on April 21.

The building is part of a 600-bed, 175,000-square-foot student residence hall and activity center characterized by open spaces, natural lighting, energy-efficient features, and eco-friendly materials.

The facility is expected to be complete at the end of June, allowing for fall 2010 occupancy. The new spaces will help ease an increasing need for on-campus housing requests at the University.

The building is named for Albert Einstein Professor Emeritus C.N. Yang, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and giant of 20th-century science who founded Stony Brook’s Institute for Theoretical Physics. Yang, who retired from Stony Brook in 1999 and is currently a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Tsinghua University, was on hand for the dedication ceremony.

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