STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY IS MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE REGION, THE NATION AND THE WORLD: Its 65-year history has been marked by substantial transformation and momentum. Today it is recognized as a foremost center of learning and scholarship, fulfi lling the mandate given by the State Board of Regents in 1960 to become a university that would “stand with the fi nest in the country.” SBU’s Main Campus encompasses nearly 1,040 acres, and the university has a campus in Southampton, New York; affi liated locations in Manhattan; a partnership with the State University of New York in Korea; and has the responsibility of co-managing Brookhaven National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy — one of only eight universities with a role in running a national laboratory. SBU’s undergraduate and graduate student population of more than 25,000 hails from more than 100 countries and all 50 states. In teaching and learning, in connecting with business and the economy, and in expanding leading-edge healthcare services, Stony Brook has set the standard as a far- reaching center of academic excellence that is changing the world. top 100 U.S. UNIVERSITIES — U.S. News & World Report top 25 PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES NATIONWIDE — Forbes Transforming lives through education, research and innovation, SBU is a fl agship university in the State University of New York system. Since 2001, SBU has been a member of the invitation-only Association of American Universities (AAU), placing it among the top 65 research institutions in North America. SBU’s record of achievement has earned accolades: U.S. News & World Report ranked SBU among the top 100 U.S. universities, and Forbes magazine designated SBU as one of the top 25 public universities in the nation. The university’s distinguished faculty receive the highest awards for their teaching, creativity and research. From the Nobel Prize to the Fields Medal, Grammy Award, Pulitzer Prize, Indianapolis Prize for animal conservation and Abel Prize, SBU’s world- class faculty have garnered major awards in many areas of study. The university’s award-winning Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities program, which involves high-achieving undergraduate students in research in nearly every discipline, has produced many student-scholars who go on to win prestigious recognition, including Fulbright, Goldwater, Marshall and Truman scholarships. R&D AT A GLANCE $275 MILLION TOTAL R&D EXPENDITURES, FY21 $190+ MILLION SPONSORED RESEARCH EXPENDITURES, FY21 22% GROWTH IN CURRENT (FY22) SPONSORED RESEARCH EXPENDITURES SBU’s emergence as a world-class research institution enables it to tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues. An R1 research institution — the highest research designation in the United States — SBU co-manages Brookhaven National Laboratory with which it shares nearly 100 joint appointments, and also enjoys a close working relationship with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. SBU’s state-of-the-art facilities are integral to its research endeavors. They include the Institute for Advanced Computational Sciences, which expands the intellectual foundations of computation and data for high-impact applications in engineering and the physical, environmental, life sciences and the humanities; the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, which furthers fundamental knowledge in geometry and theoretical physics; and the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center, which develops technologies to enable clean energy. Upcoming projects include a new engineering building, which will serve as the intellectual hub to enable a technology-driven future, and the Institute for Engineering- Driven Medicine, which explores the convergence of engineering and medicine to transform healthcare. STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL THE REGION’S ONLY TERTIARY CARE CENTER & LEVEL 1 TRAUMA CENTER RANKED AMONG AMERICA’S 100 BESTHOSPITALS TM — Healthgrades Stony Brook Medicine, SBU’s academic medical center and healthcare system, seamlessly integrates education, cutting- edge research and patient care, and trains the next generation of healthcare providers. Its clinically integrated network encompasses fi ve health sciences schools and four hospitals: Stony Brook University Hospital — which was named a national hospital leader in LGBTQ healthcare equality by The Human Rights Campaign Foundation — Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, Stony Brook Eastern Long Island Hospital and Stony Brook Children’s Hospital; a cancer center; heart institute; neurosciences institute; a 350-bed skilled nursing facility for veterans; and 200- plus community-based healthcare settings. It includes the Medical and Research Translation (MART) building, an eight- story, state-of-the-art facility dedicated to cancer care and research on today’s top health issues, including infectious disease, neurosciences and advanced medical imaging. At the MART, home to the Stony Brook University Cancer Center, physicians and researchers work side by side to make revolutionary breakthroughs and deliver lifesaving treatments for patients. In addition to its far-reaching scientifi c-medical benefi ts, the MART helps to support Long Island’s economy through hundreds of specialized jobs. SBU’s impact on the Long Island economy impressively amounts to more than $7.2 billion in increased output, and the university is the region’s largest single-site employer. Its economic development programs have produced more than 4,000 industry collaboration projects and created more than 20,000 jobs. It includes five incubators: two New York State Centers of Excellence, in energy and in IT; a high-tech incubator; a food business incubator; and a virtual incubator. SBU’s robust technology transfer activity has yielded more than 80 products and services, including lifesaving medications and diagnostics such as ReoPro ® , a drug used for cardio angioplasty, and the virtual colonoscopy. Addressing the healthcare needs of neighboring communities, SBU’s specialized mobile units offer mammography screening, on-site stroke intervention and preventive oral healthcare. SBU faculty members have 2,500- plus inventions and more than 800 U.S. patents and are making history-changing scientific discoveries and advances, such as uncovering the cause of Lyme disease and developing the technology for the MRI, which won the Nobel Prize in Medicine. SBU’s distinguished institutes — including the Turkana Basin Institute in Kenya, the site of groundbreaking fossil discoveries, and Madagascar’s Centre ValBio, a biodiversity conservation research facility — further humankind’s understanding of its origins and offer solutions to some of Earth’s most vexing issues. 33% FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS top 10 UNIVERSITY IN THE NATION FOR DIVERSITY AND GLOBALIZATION — QS U.S. University Rankings SBU cultivates a supportive environment that welcomes all students through programs aimed at ensuring their success, such as the Educational Opportunity Program/ Advancement on Individual Merit. SBU’s commitment to those who are economically disadvantaged, coupled with a dedication to leading-edge academic programs and innovative mentoring opportunities, creates a strong interdisciplinary environment that builds student success. The university ranks second among all AAU institutions for its share of Pell grant recipients — one out of three SBU undergraduates — and it is the only public university in the AAU in which Pell grant recipients graduate at the same rate as those who do not receive Pell grants. Its Pell grant recipients earn higher wages after they graduate, compared with those who did not receive Pell grants. SBU continues to introduce initiatives that provide upward mobility for economically disadvantaged students. With a $56.6 million gift from the Simons Foundation, SBU has launched the Stony Brook Simons STEM Scholars Program, set to debut in Fall 2023. The program’s goal: increase diversity in STEM fi elds by helping train the next generation of STEM leaders. Six out of 10 SBU Pell grant recipients earn a degree in STEM or health fi elds. Located near historic Stony Brook Village, SBU’s Main Campus offers the surrounding community many activities. Seawolves fans can delight in the university’s 18 Division I athletics programs and can take in football, soccer and lacrosse games in the state-of- the-art Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium. For art- goers, the five-theater Staller Center for the Arts offers a rich program of theater, dance, classical music and popular entertainment. It hosts master classes and concerts by internationally renowned musicians, including the Grammy Award-winning Emerson String Quartet, which for more than two decades had a significant presence at the university. Every summer, the Stony Brook Film Festival brings leading and emerging independent filmmakers and fans to campus. The Zuccaire Gallery exhibits works by celebrated artists, SBU students and distinguished faculty of the Department of Art. On Long Island’s East End, the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center — the former home of abstract artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner — is a public museum and library developed and preserved by the Stony Brook Foundation. The house, located in Springs, New York, is where Pollock and Krasner created many of their best known works. The study center, which features a 4,500-volume art reference library at Stony Brook Southampton, focuses on modern American art, with special attention to the world-renowned eastern Long Island artists’ community. ASPIRATION. At SBU, an institution formed on the bedrock of innovation, tackling humanity’s most challenging problems begins with the aspirations of some of the world’s greatest minds — in our classrooms, in our laboratories and through our life-changing initiatives. SBU researchers are rethinking how to harness renewable resources such as solar and wind to power our world more effi ciently, while relentlessly seeking new ways to reduce nuclear waste to generate clean, reliable energy — an initiative backed by the U.S. Department of Energy. They are improving battery storage to enable life-saving defi brillators to last longer and electric cars to go farther on a single charge. They are collaborating with Brookhaven National Laboratory colleagues to develop a more secure, higher capacity “Internet of the future,” and using digital pathology and 3D imaging to transform cancer treatment. SBU’s greatest minds are working to preserve New York’s rich marine resources; devise ways to combat climate change and extreme weather events, such as hurricanes; and strive to create better climate adaptation applications and policies. And the bolder their aspirations, the bigger their impact. SBU is leading the way to meet the fast-changing demands of the present by confronting the unique challenges of the future head-on. It is redefi ning what tomorrow’s high-tech workforce will be — one that will always inspire innovation and always aspire to make the world a better place. Stony Brook University/SUNY is an affirmative action, equal opportunity educator and employer. 22051540