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Thank You

When COVID-19 raged through New York earlier this year, Stony Brook University staff, students and faculty stepped up to do everything they could to keep our entire Seawolves community safe. This video honors all those...

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Class Notes Fall Highlights

Find out what’s new with Stony Brook alumni with a quick look at some recent Class Notes from our Alumni Association. Charles “Andy” Fleming ’77 has been elected president of the New York State Veterinary Medical...

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Q & A

Associate Provost for Academic Success Rachelle Germana, Division of Undergraduate Education, shares with us how Stony Brook’s holistic, multidimensional approach fuels student success.  WHAT IS YOUR ROLE AT SBU? WHAT...

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Dispatches From the Front Line

When COVID-19 raged through New York earlier this year, Stony Brook University Hospital (SBUH) essential employees aggressively worked around the clock to save their patients. On TV, in the newspapers and on social...

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Poised and Ready

“I’m sure we would all like to go back in time to when an epidemiologist wasn’t in most people’s normal lexicon,” said Dr. Susan Donelan. She means this past February, which seems like a lifetime ago. Epidemiology — the...

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The Importance of Being Zen

Ryan Blank started his first nursing job in October 2019 as a teaching and research nurse in the Cardiac Acute Care Unit. Like any new nurse on a busy floor working 12-hour overnight shifts, he said that stress was just...

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The Gift of Community Support

As the COVID-19 crisis unfolded earlier this year, it was clear that the threat to Suffolk County required the expertise of Stony Brook’s medical staff and specialists. The entire University mobilized, coming together...

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Securing an Online Future

Since the dawn of the Information Age, savvy hackers have leveraged the day’s most advanced technology to learn way too much information about computer users. The COVID-19 pandemic forced shelter-in-place orders for an...

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In This Issue

The Fall 2020 issue of Stony Brook Magazine introduces the University’s sixth president, Maurie McInnis, a renowned cultural historian. In her own words, she shares her vision for Stony Brook, its role in transforming...

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The University launched the #StonyBrookStrong campaign in May 2020 to acknowledge the strength of this community in facing the challenge of coronavirus, and in particular to thank the healthcare workers, faculty and...

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President’s Letter

Upon arriving at Stony Brook University, I was immediately struck by its uniquely energetic ethos. In the great tradition of American public universities, Stony Brook thrives on the enterprising spirit of a diverse...

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Visualizing Equality in AI

“I don’t feel like I’m a technologist,” admitted Stephanie Dinkins, associate professor of art in Stony Brook’s College of Arts and Sciences. Yet the transdisciplinary artist is at the forefront of an effort to...

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Location. Location. Location.

When Michael Bernstein sat down for his first interview in July 2019 after being named interim president of Stony Brook University, he trumpeted what he believed were some of the University’s greatest strengths — its...

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