President Stanley in Africa: 2012
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. traveled to Madagascar and Kenya in the summer of 2012 to experience Stony Brook University’s commitment to improving lives around the world.
During his two-week adventure, he visited three sites that feature some of Stony Brook’s most far-reaching research and development efforts.
Day One: Journey to Madagascar
Day Two: Ranomafana National Park
Day Three: Rain Forest Tour
Day Four: Inauguration of NamanaBe "Friendship" Hall
Day Five: CVB's Conservation Outreach Programs
Day Six: Northwestern Madagascar
Day Seven: Hunting Dinosaurs and Helping Children
Day Eight: Honoring David Krause
Day Nine: Flight from Antananarivo to Nairobi, Kenya
Day Ten: Visit to Turkana Basin Institute-Turkwel
Day Eleven: Turkana Basin Institute Research and Outreach
Day Twelve: TBI-Ileret
Final Day: Making a Difference