Yesterday marked the third anniversary of the launch of the HeForShe movement, which was created by UN Women, the UN entity for gender equality and empowerment of women. “Stony Brook University engages students from the day they arrive on our campus,” President Stanley told The University Network. Stanley has made gender equality at Stony Brook University a priority since he became an IMPACT champion.
The analysis from Professor Chris Gobler and the Long Island Clean Water Partnership might be depressing, but it also shows the necessity of the many good steps taken recently by local and state officials to start cleaning Long Island’s waters.
Fine art photographer, alumnus and Shinnecock Nation member Jeremy Dennis ‘13 uses his creativity and craft to send a strong message to Americans of all origins — that indigenous people, their places and their culture deserve true representation in our postcolonial country.
Professor Anurag Purwar and PhD student Shrinath Deshpande were honored with A. T. Yang Memorial Award in Theoretical Kinematics in recognition of their prize-winning paper “A Task-driven Approach to Optimal Synthesis of Planar Four-bar Linkages for Extended Burmester Problem.”
On Saturday, September 23, Stony Brook is inviting the local community, friends, families and neighbors to experience CommUniversity Day, an afternoon of fun exploration, good food, hands-on activities and captivating performances highlighting the very best the University has to offer.
Lianxing Wen is a seismologist (studies earthquakes), geodynamicist and planetary scientist. His research is directed toward understanding the structure, dynamics, composition and evolution of the Earth and other planets. Lianxing’s work has fundamentally changed our understanding of the structure and dynamical processes of the Earth's mantle, outer core and inner core, and the boundaries between them.