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  • National Park Service And Stony Brook University Sign Cooperative Agreement To Study Coastal Issues (SBU)
    Stony Brook and the National Park Service have entered into a long-term partnership to expand the University's role in conducting and applying research to natural and cultural resource management issues at U.S. National Parks. To enable this alliance, SBU recently joined the North Atlantic Coast Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (NAC-CESU), a collaboration of federal agencies and universities that provides research, technical assistance, and education to resource and environmental managers.
    Nov 5, 2003 - 11:56:00 AM
  • Stony Brook Awarded $4.1 Million Grant By U.S. Government To Help Build University Programs in Iraq (SBU)
    Stony Brook University has been awarded a U.S. government grant of $4,131,274 to develop academic programs in environmental health and archaeology to strengthen the capacity of Iraqi universities.
    Oct 21, 2003 - 12:29:00 PM
  • Stony Brook Names Faculty Director For New College Of Science And Society (SBU)
    Jeffrey Levinton, Ph.D., a distinguished scientist and teacher with broad interests in the sciences and the intersection of science, has been named the founding faculty director of the College of Science and Society.
    Oct 7, 2003 - 2:43:00 PM
  • Board the Barnum for Sound Science (SBU)
    Starting with the September 29th inaugural demonstration of a first-of-its kind observation system known as the SoundScience project, ferry passengers, the general public as well as scientists anywhere in the world can receive both instant and continuous information about the health of Long Island Sound, one of the region’s most important estuaries.
    Sep 24, 2003 - 4:19:00 PM
  • Eight Stony Brook Faculty Members Appointed To Rank of Distinguished Professor By SUNY (SBU)
    The State University of New York Board of Trustees have appointed 10 members of the SUNY faculty to the rank of Distinguished Professor and one member of the SUNY faculty to the rank of Distinguished Librarian. Eight of the faculty members who were honored are from Stony Brook University.
    Mar 27, 2003 - 2:50:00 PM
  • Stony Brook University Names David Conover Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Dean (SBU)
    Dr. David Conover has been named to the position of Dean and Director of its Marine Sciences Research Center (MSRC). Dr. Conover has been at Stony Brook since 1981 and is widely recognized for his research in the ecology and evolutionary biology of fishes and fisheries science.
    Feb 27, 2003 - 2:21:00 PM
  • $1 Million In Funding Announced For Lobster Pathology Lab At Stony Brook (SBU)
    STONY BROOK, N.Y. October 3, 2000-State legislators announced today the funding of $1 million for the creation and staffing of a pathology laboratory at the Marine Sciences Research Center (MSRC) at the University at Stony Brook to study the cause of the lobster die-off in Long Island Sound, as well as other diseases plaguing local shellfish and finfish.
    Oct 3, 2000 - 12:00:00 PM
  • Brown Tide Threatens South Shore Says Marine Science Researcher (SBU)
    STONY BROOK, N.Y., June 29, 2000-Brown Tide, the common phrase for a nuisance algal bloom, is menacing South Shore beaches on Long Island, creating the worst problem of its kind in years, according to leading researchers at the University at Stony Brook.
    Jun 29, 2000 - 12:00:00 PM

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