Engineers strive to design smartphones with longer-lasting batteries, electric vehicles that can drive for hundreds of miles on a single charge, and a reliable power grid that can store renewable energy for future use. Each of these technologies is within reach—that is, if scientists can build better cathode materials.
Kicking off Black History Month with a February 5 Presidential Lecture in Stony Brook University’s Staller Center, acclaimed writer, director, producer, actor, author and educator Spike Lee joined Stony Brook interim President Michael Bernstein for a wide-ranging discussion that touched on politics, parenting and the challenges of growing up as an African-American.
Dr. Marianna Savoca, met with New York Congressional staff on Capitol Hill to express the critical need to transform traditional off-campus Federal Work-Study jobs into high-impact, learning and development focused work experiences on campus.
Fotis Sotiropoulos has co-authored a chapter in the newly released publication After Shock, a collection of essays in which the “world’s foremost futurists reflect on 50 years of Future Shock and look ahead to the next 50.”
Susan Schuval’s areas of expertise are primary immunodeficiency disease, food allergy, and Eosinophilic esophagitis (an inflammatory condition of the esophagus). Her research interests include improving anaphylaxis knowledge for residents-in-training via simulation laboratory training, and studying risk factors for Eosinophilic esophagitis in young children.