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Introducing SBU Campus Tap! The Stony Brook University community is rich with talent and stewardship. With over 180,000 alumni, we are represented in all career fields and have a wealth of career knowledge to offer within our community. Join in our effort to create a culture of connecting through CampusTap (our mini-LinkedIn) and tap into your Stony Brook network. The Career Advisors Network (CAN) program seeks to connect students with alumni/friends and faculty/staff to network and to set the stage for mentoring relationships. CampusTap is a platform that leverages our alumni network to improve the student experience and reinforce our commitment…

Senior WR Ray Bolden (Euless, Texas) has a shining personality and has shone brightly on the field for the Stony Brook football team this season. Catch Bolden, a 2017 team captain, and the rest of the Seawolves when they host CAA Football rival Towson at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium on Saturday, September 23. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. ET. The Seawolves (2-1, 1-0 CAA Football) are coming off a 45-7 victory over Sacred Heart in LaValle Stadium last weekend, while Towson (2-1, 0-0 CAA Football) earned a win at Saint Francis last Saturday. The game is the CAA Football Game of…

The Stony Brook volleyball team made it five straight victories as it battled to a five-set win at St. John’s Tuesday night. After dropping the first set the Seawolves bounced back to claim the next two and rallied through a fifth set that saw nine ties and five lead changes tocome out on top. Stony Brook moves to 9-6 on the season, while St. John’s falls to 8-7. Belzung’s Reaction “Our team played very scrappy tonight and brought consistent energy from the very first points,” said head coach Kristin Belzung. “Cydney Bowman had a night where everything was clicking and the defense found…

STONY BROOK, N.Y. – With 294 rushing yards, the Stony Brook football team ran past visiting Sacred Heart in the 2017 home opener of Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium in a 45-7 non-conference victory on Saturday night. The Seawolves (2-1) had six different players score a touchdown, including running backs Stacey Bedell(Mastic Beach, N.Y.) and Bedell’s second cousin Jordan Gowins (Bellport, N.Y.), while QB Joe Carbone (Wethersfield, Conn.) tossed a career-high three scores to three different receivers, including junior WR Donavin Washigton’s (Glendora, Calif.)first career touchdown in the second quarter. Stony Brook’s special teams scored its second touchdown of the season on the fifth blocked punt for a touchdown in…

A team of researchers in the Department of Computer Science was recently awarded $3.5M by the Office of Naval Research to support “debloating,” a process that could help guard against security breaches that threaten the privacy and integrity of personal data. Debloating is the process of removing and streamlining code, thus enhancing software performance as well as security. As part of the researchers’ debloating project, titled “Multi-layer Software Transformation for Attack Surface Reduction and Shielding,” Professors R. Sekar and Michalis Polychronakis will leverage recent advances they have made in binary code analysis and transformation to remove code bloat and tighten security of today’s…

Hear Jeremy Dennis ‘13 speak about his art on Wednesday, September 20th as part of the “Race, Love and Labor” exhibition at Stony Brook’s Zuccaire Gallery. Fine art photographer, Stony Brook alumnus and Shinnecock Nation member Jeremy Dennis ‘13 uses his creativity and craft to send a strong message to Americans of all origins — that indigenous people, their places and their culture deserve true representation in our postcolonial country. “My work is about improving our perception of indigenous people — both their identity and their history,” Jeremy said. “Art is so important because you can talk about anything through…

At SBU, I was able to pursue my passions both inside and outside of the classroom (Psychology, Media, and Higher Education). That red hot magic was a true team effort. I am so grateful for the warm, inclusive, and welcoming community that thrives on campus and extends far beyond Long Island. Stony Brook believed in me when nobody else did. Our community gave me the support, skills, and confidence to accomplish my dream of reviving the student-run video production club: SBU-TV. Furthermore, these experiences at Stony Brook are what eventually led to my current position in Higher Education and…

Stony Brook staff member Paul Siegel was raised in a bookish family, with many ties to the university.  His father Ron Siegel was an inveterate reader with a private library that encompassed subjects from medieval history, technology, poetry, American, military, and world history, and the natural and physical sciences. He was especially proud of his collection of atlases and a full set of the Oxford English Dictionary. Ron Siegel came to work at Stony Brook early in 1966 and during his tenure he served in a number of roles. He was assistant to the executive vice president, director of Facilities…

President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., MD, will represent Stony Brook University at the HeForShe IMPACT 10x10x10 Parity Report Launch event in New York City on September 20. Created by UN Women — the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women — HeForShe began in September 2014 as a global effort to engage men and boys in support of gender equality. In January 2015, HeForShe’s IMPACT 10x10x10 program launched, which convenes 10 heads of state, 10 global CEOs and 10 university presidents to fast-track gender equality in boardrooms, classrooms and world capitals. Stony Brook University is one of the 10 universities…

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