The University’s 15-month-old Institute for Gas Innovation and Technology is firing on all cylinders on its mission to address current and future power needs through increasingly low-carbon means – including a new memorandum of understanding inked this month with the San Diego-based Center for Sustainable Energy, seen as a major play toward the institute’s zero-emission endgame.
Professor Ruth Bottigheimer argues that the Grimms were necessarily influenced by their position as bourgeois 19th-century Germans when they wrote down the fairy tales they had collected, and that consciously or unconsciously, they edited the stories to correspond to their own moral values.
Donovan Finn, an assistant professor of Environmental Design, Policy and Planning in the Sustainability Studies Program, is one of nine early career faculty named to conduct interdisciplinary research into the impacts of climate change and natural hazards on US coasts through a new program launched by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
The Stony Brook baseball program received draft picks 19 and 20 since the start of the decade, as juniors Michael Wilson (Colonia, N.J.) and Nick Grande (Smithtown, N.Y.) went in the 16th and 17th rounds of the third and final day of the 2019 MLB Draft.
Dr. Howard Adler is involved with the evaluation and management of patients with various urologic conditions and also has experience with new technologies, including lasers for BPH treatment. He has been involved with basic science, translational, and clinical research, including gene therapy for cancer. His interest/expertise is in the evaluation and management of benign and malignant diseases of the prostate, including elevated PSA, BPH, and prostate cancer.