Emma Morse, a senior biology major, likes the room’s low chairs, where she can read and not be bothered. Her college’s library is too chaotic, she said, and she feels more comfortable sitting closer to the ground than most chairs allow.
More than 8,000 people worldwide have been infected, and 171 have been killed, by a novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China last month. But early research out of Wuhan suggests one group has been largely spared by the contagious disease: young children.
Throughout February, Stony Brook University hosts Black History Month, an annual tradition that celebrates the African American experience with educational, social and cultural programs that reflect the theme, Sankofa! Owning Your Own Narrative.
Carol A. Gomes has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Stony Brook University Hospital effective immediately, announced President, Michael Bernstein, PhD and Senior Vice President for Health Sciences and Dean Kenneth Kaushansky, MD.
Yanna Krupnikov integrates psychology and political science in order to identify points at which new information can have the most profound effect on the way people form political opinions, make political choices, and, ultimately, take political actions. Some of her research, which has been recently published in a book, argues that political independents really aren’t independent but are ashamed of both parties and so choose to claim independence rather than associate with Republicans or Democrats.