A mysterious collection of elongated skulls found in Germany has perplexed archaeologists for years. A new DNA analysis by an international research team including Stony Brook University’s Krishna Veeramah solves the mystery, but with a disturbing twist: the skulls belonged to women who were traded as brides.
The professor scrawls “macho,” ″brave” and “strong” on a crowded blackboard, apt words for someone whose book titles are littered with “masculinity” and “manhood.” He’s spent three decades building a nascent corner of academia, presenting himself as a feminist as he dissects what it means to be a man.
The prestigious 2018 Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization recognizes outstanding innovation and accomplishment in integrating international education throughout all facets of university and college campuses. "Internationalization supports the University's ethos of excellence,” said President Stanley. “It provides diversity of perspectives and cultures, access to global research opportunities and promotes academic idea exchange…”
Lichtenstein will join a distinguished roster of scholars, politicians, celebrities and luminaries who have been honored at the Gala including: Former Vice President Joseph Biden, Nobel laureate C.N.Yang and actor Julie Andrews.
Dennis Choi is a co-discoverer of the physiological mechanism of action of benzodiazepine drugs, a class of drugs used to treat conditions such as seizures, anxiety, and muscle spasms. He is also a pioneer in dissecting processes responsible for pathological neurodegeneration. He holds seven patents for innovative neurological research, and has served as an advisor to the National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration, Institute of Medicine, and National Academy of Sciences.