The term “unicorn” is thrown around in sports, but if there is someone who has earned the moniker, it is Stony Brook punter Mitch Wright. Wright, a junior from Australia, can punt a football equally well with his left or right foot.
The U.S. today has some 43.5 million part-time, unpaid caregivers taking care of our children, elderly, ill and disabled, more often than not while working a regular job. October is the month we’re supposed to acknowledge and celebrate them: National Work and Family Month.
We asked doctors to explain what heart failure actually is (hint: it's probably not what you're imagining), the signs to watch for, and most important, what it means to live with this chronic condition.
The Center for Italian Studies recently hosted a group of students/staff from Pietro Giannone High School in Benevento, Italy, for an opportunity to exchange experiences with Stony Brook University students, staff and community members in a forum on “Today’s Migrations in Europe and the United States.”
The Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT) at Stony Brook University will host the 15th International Conference on Emerging Technologies for a Smarter World on Wednesday, November 6, from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, followed by a networking reception.
Julia Bear's research focuses on the influence of gender on negotiation outcomes, as well as conflict management and work-life issues in organizations. In her research, she investigates what factors influence the gender gap typically seen in negotiation outcomes, and how an understanding of these factors can help to reduce the gender gaps seen in organizations.