5/4/2018 Stony Brook Named Among Best In Country to Work for by ForbesStony Brook University has been identified by Forbes as one of the top large companies at which to be an employee in America. Stony Brook is one of only 25 educational organizations to make the list and was #16 of all colleges and universities. It was the only Long Island university or college named and one of two Long Island companies selected.
7/28/2017 Pediatric Cancer Survivors Receive 2017 Dan Brooks Memorial Educational AwardOn Thursday, July 20th, 33 students who had been treated at Stony Brook Children's Hospital for pediatric cancer, were the recipients of this year's Dan Brooks Memorial Education Award. The award ceremony was held at the Hilton Garden Inn on the Stony Brook University Campus.
7/21/2016 Bike & Music Fest for Breast Cancer: Over 600 Rode in the 10th Annual Sticky Finger Motorcycle RunMore than 400 motorcycles with their riders and passengers -- adding up to over 600 participants -- took off from Stony Brook University Cancer Center on Sunday, July 17 for the Tenth Annual Sticky Finger Motorcycle Run. This event helped to raise over $20,000, of which will support breast cancer services and programs at Stony Brook, adding to the upwards of $180,000 raised by past runs.
6/8/2016 Stony Brook Medicine Honored with Greenhealth "Partner for Change" Sustainability AwardStony Brook University Hospital (SBUH) was awarded the 2015 "Greenhealth Partner for Change" Award by Practice Greenhealth. The award was presented on May 19 in Dallas, Texas at the CleanMed Conference & Exhibition, which is considered the premier national environmental conference for leaders in healthcare sustainability.
4/7/2016 Bodacious Bras for a CureNearly 100 unique works of bra-art will be on display and up for auction at the Charles B. Wang Center on Thursday, April 14. Funds raised at the event will support patient programs at Stony Brook University Cancer Center.
7/7/2015 Stony Brook University's Marine Sciences Center Hosts Fundraiser to Restore Shinnecock Bay: "Clams for Clams"Marine Sciences Center will host "Clams for Clams" cocktail reception fundraiser and tour to raise funds to restore Shinnecock Bay and strengthen the local clam population. Guests can adopt/sponsor clam spawner sanctuaries at various donation levels.
5/21/2015 Media Advisory: Stony Brook University to Confer 6,298 Degrees at 55th Commencement CeremonyStony Brook University's 55th May commencement ceremony will award 6,298* degrees and three honorary degrees to luminaries who have established remarkable legacies in their respective field. The degrees awarded include: 3,823 Bachelors 1,761 Masters 473 Doctoral 199 Certificates 121 MDs 39 DDS
5/8/2015 Stony Brook's Simons Center "Iconic Wall" dedicated Friday, May 8 at 4:00pm;The Simons Center for Geometry and Physics will host the unveiling of the "Iconic Wall," a site-specific permanent 25.25' x 20' x2" installation/sculpture depicting significant equations and diagrams from mathematics and physics that span several thousand years.
10/23/2009 Ocean Acidification May Contribute To Global Shellfish DeclineRelatively minor increases in ocean acidity brought about by high levels of carbon dioxide have significant detrimental effects on the growth, development, and survival of hard clams, bay scallops, and Eastern oysters, according to researchers at Stony Brook University's School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. In one of the first studies looking at the effect of ocean acidification on shellfish, Stephanie Talmage, PhD candidate, and Professor Chris Gobler showed that the larval stages of these shellfish species are extremely sensitive to enhanced levels of carbon dioxide in seawater.
3/10/2009 Stony Brook University's School Of Journalism And LSU's Manship School Of Mass Communication Partner To Advance News Literacy In The U.S.Louisiana State University today announced the creation of the nation's first endowed chair that will be dedicated to working with Stony Brook University's pioneering program in teaching News Literacy.