Work commitments, family obligations and the demands of everyday life are among the reasons that it’s hard to make new friends. But traveling — and leaving behind those demands — can stoke new connections.
Allie Marotta turned 26 on Dec. 10 and aged out of her parents’ health insurance. For the first time in her life, she had no way to pay for the expensive insulin she needs to survive her Type 1 diabetes.
In an op-ed published December 23 in University Business, Interim President, Michael A. Bernstein explains how higher ed institutions can align the work of faculty and students with the needs, goals and interests of their communities.
Stony Brook University Distinguished Professor and former Chair of the Department of Computer Science, Arie Kaufman, has been inducted into the inaugural class of the IEEE Visualization Academy. The Academy, the most esteemed award in the field of visualization, honors individuals who have made significant and impactful contributions in the field of visualization.
Henry J. Tannous has established an advanced clinical practice in adult cardiac surgery, as well as a focused interest in the most effective and advanced techniques for minimally invasive surgery for certain lung cancers, and transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). He also concentrates on the latest surgical methods to correct atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias.