Sree Sreenivasan, a visiting professor of digital innovation at Stony Brook University's School of Journalism, oversaw the development of the Met's smartphone app during his tenure as chief digital officer there. He said complaints that phones sully the museum-going experience "mean nothing."
People receiving treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder may experience a gradual loss of cognitive function -- including declines in verbal skills -- over the course of their illness, the results of a new analysis suggest.
Claire Garfield ’20 has been awarded the Marshall Scholarship, one of the most prestigious academic honors available to U.S. undergraduates. The ultra-selective scholarship is granted annually to 50 outstanding seniors identified as future leaders in their fields and finances two years of study at the most distinguished universities in the United Kingdom.
More than 150 student leaders and aspiring student leaders gathered on a Saturday morning in October to learn ways to strengthen Stony Brook’s diverse campus community through inclusive practices in the first Student Diversity Leadership Conference.
Five minutes never went so quickly. In that time, Stony Brook University postdoctoral scholars explained their research to cure infections caused by antibiotic-resistant yeast; design the perfect metal for medical implants; reduce occurrences of Lyme disease in Hispanic landscapers; develop lifelong habits of taste; predict suicide more accurately; and recreate the conditions of the Earth’s core, among others.
Lauren Brookmeyer, Director of Government Relations at Stony Brook University, has been elected 2020 President of The Science Coalition, a non-partisan organization dedicated to sustaining federal investment in basic scientific research.
Pamela Block researches disability and autistic experience on individual, family, organizational, and community levels, focusing on socio-environmental barriers, empowerment/capacity-building, community formation, and health promotion. Most recently, she has been involved in supporting disability social entrepreneurship through organizations such as EmpowerSCI – a nonprofit providing independent living skills and secondary rehabilitation to individuals with recent spinal cord injury, and VENTure – a policy and technology think tank on issues of concern to people who use ventilators.