New residence hall aims to address housing demand

The new building will be environmentally friendly, aiming to achieve LEAD platinum status. “It will have all sorts of energy efficient features to the building in terms of heating, ventilation and air conditioning,” said Al deVries of Campus Residences.

Student leaders are ‘frontline folks’ in Orientation

Visitors to Stony Brook University’s Orientation program won’t miss the swarm of eager freshman faces and the people who work to make orientation an unforgettable experience for all: the orientation leaders.

Game theory confab honors mathematician John Nash

Intellectuals from all branches of academia and parts of the world gathered in Stony Brook University’s Charles B. Wang Center this week to celebrate — and become inspired by — the work of modern mathematician John Nash in the 26th International Conference on Game Theory.

Exposing students to science, changing lives

In addition to lectures taught by Stony Brook faculty and staff, the program provides hands-on laboratory experience for students. The students do not learn by book, but “on the fly,” as Pentyala calls it.

SB students make a difference in Honduras

Thirty-six Stony Brook students, one doctor, and one dentist traveled to Honduras to participate in the Stony Brook University chapter of the Global Brigades organization.

A second chance at rehabilitation

President and Co-Founder of Empower SCI Inc, Carinne Callahan, a certified physical therapist, said she was inspired to found the program after working in the field.