Historic Number of Scholarships, Fellowships, Endowed Chairs Funded, While Supporting a Wide Range of Programs from Medicine and Marine Sciences to Advanced Computing, Hellenic Studies and Art History
Stony Brook University has long been known for giving students of modest means access to a high quality college degree and the better future that goes with it. Now, a multitude of friends and former students have given to the University in historic fashion — helping to raise a staggering $200 million in 12 months. Read message from President Stanley »
Charles A. Gargano, former US Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago and long-time friend of Stony Brook University, has agreed to establish the Ambassador Charles Gargano Chair in Advanced Cardiovascular Imaging at Stony Brook Medicine.
CNN broadcaster's $50,000 gift to the Marie Colvin Center for International Reporting will exponentially expand the Center’s ability to send student journalists on overseas reporting trips and assist in inspiring, training and nurturing the next generation of foreign correspondents.
Eugene and Carol Cheng
Stony Brook University alumni Eugene '97 and Carol Cheng '97, made a major gift to support cardiovascular imaging research that advances non-invasive techniques to diagnose and treat heart disease.
President Stanley describes the impact of the Simons gift. Watch »