It’s been a black cloud of a season for the New York Mets, but a former Seawolf is now providing a bit of silver lining. With his recent call-up, Dan Zamora ’15 joins a small but elite pack of Seawolves — five, to be exact — who have risen to professional baseball’s highest level.
Brent Freestone is sowing seeds of hope abroad as part of Stony Brook University’s CentriSeed Innovations, a student-run nonprofit organization he co-founded in summer 2015. CentriSeed focuses on community improvement projects
Presented by Island Federal Credit Union, families friends, alumni and students will join for Stony Brook's annual homecoming celebration on Saturday, October 20 and will feature the Seawolves football team vs. the Rhode Island Rams.
Bettina Fries is a nationally recognized physician-scientist in the field of microbiology. The focus of her research is on the pathogenesis of chronic infection by the pathogen, Cryptococcus neoformans, as well as investigations on efficacy of anti-infective antibodies. She has been investigating both the host response to chronic C neoformans infection and the molecular mechanisms that allow the fungus to change based on the host response. She is also focused on the development of monoclonal antibodies against Staphylococcal enterotoxin B (SEB) and Klebsiella pneumonia.