Business Prof. Richard Chan’s research about crowdfunding is among the first published studies showing that factors beyond the product or service being funded significantly influence the results of crowdfunding efforts.
Genetic analysis of 9,200 shark fin byproducts in Hong Kong reveals that several threatened shark species are still common in the fin trade as revealed in a research publication authored by SoMAS PhD student Diego Cardeñosa and colleagues.
People with autism report that “the most important factors in being able to get a job are past work experience and vocational training. It helps people get a sense of the norms and expectations,” said recent study author Prof. Matthew Lerner.
Kylie Ohlmilller, nominated for the 2018 NCAA Women of the Year Award, has already been named America East Woman of the Year and recorded a nation-leading 157 points in 2018, helping Stony Brook achieve its first No. 1 national ranking in program history.
The Faculty Student Association (FSA) developed a paid summer internship program to help University students gain work experience, develop their skills, make connections, build their resume and learn about a field that they may be interested in pursuing in the future.
Frederick Walter is a galactic astronomer. His research interests include novae, neutron stars, Solar and stellar activity (flares and coronal mass ejections, and their effects on the Earth), and the formation of sun-like and low mass stars, brown dwarfs, and exoplanets. He has been consulted about Mars and Pluto. He observes regularly, using observatories in Chile and Arizona, and is a guest investigator on the Hubble Space Telescope and the Chandra and XMM-Newton X-ray observatories.