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From SoMAS’ fleet of well-equipped research vessels to the most up-to-date facilities for weather analysis, forecasting, and research, SoMAS has outstanding infrastructure to support both field and laboratory work. SoMAS’ facilities at the Stony Brook and Stony Brook Southampton campuses provide SoMAS students with convenient access to the diverse environments of the New York region.

 

SoMAS Facility Managers

For general questions related to the facilities of SoMAS on the South Campus of Stony Brook University (Boat House, Challenger, Dana, Discovery, and Endeavour Halls), please contact

Mark Wiggins
Discovery Hall 141
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5000
Phone: 631-632-8677
mark.wiggins@stonybrook.edu

 

Dana Hall

Dana Hall

Challenger Hall

Challenger Hall

Endeavour Hall

Endeavour Hall

Discovery Hall

Discovery Hall

The Boat House

For general questions related to the Southampton Marine Sciences Center, please contact
Christopher Paparo
239 Montauk Highway
Southampton, NY 11968-6700
Phone: 631-632-5020
christopher.paparo@stonybrook.edu

Southampton Campus

Southampton Campus

Southampton Marine Science Center

Southampton Marine Science Center

239 Montauk Highway
Southampton, NY 11968-6700
Phone: 631-632-5020

For general questions related to the Flax Pond Marine Laboratory, please contact

Stephen Abrams
15 Shore Drive
Old Field, NY 11733
Phone: 631-675-1285
stephen.abrams@stonybrook.edu

Flax Pond Marine Lab

Flax Pond Marine Lab

15 Shore Drive
Old Field, NY 11733
Phone: 631-675-1285

News articles related to SoMAS facilities are listed below:

Semester by the Sea Students Participate in the Great East End Clean Up

From Stony Brook Southampton Joins Great East End Clean Up on SBU Happening April 25, 2017 Sixteen people from the Stony Brook Southampton Office of Student Life and Semester by the Sea program took part in the annual Great East End Clean Up on Sunday, April 23. The...

Flax Pond Marine Lab

Take a virtual tour of the Flax Pond Marine Lab!  Use your mouse to click-and-drag the photosphere around to view the image in 360 degrees, and then click on the arrows to move to the next scene.

News from the NAno-Raman Molecular Imaging Laboratory (NARMIL)

In September, we celebrated the first anniversary of Ms. Tanya Zaliznyak joining the SoMAS staff and taking the helm at NARMIL.  Her first year has been filled with exciting accomplishments demonstrating that this facility is reaching its scientific potential. We’d...

SoMAS and the R/V Seawolf attend SUBMERGE 2016

Great crowds attended the second annual SUBMERGE festival at Hudson River Park's Pier 26.  The event was hosted by Hudson River Park and the New York Hall of Science and SoMAS was there to participate!  Over 6000 people were in attendance! David Bowman, Jason...

R/V Seawolf Cruises With University of West Indies Students

For several years now, SUNY has had a partnership with the University of the West Indies (UWI) to further collaborative research and instruction by teams of faculty members from both institutions.  As part of that collaboration Dr. Brad Peterson (SUNY) and Dayne Buddo...

Summer Institute at Flax Pond Marine Laboratory

Over the summer, Steve Abrams at the Flax Pond Marine Laboratory hosted the Padilla and Grella lab.  The full album of pictures, taken by Rebecca Grella, is available on her website:  http://www.rebeccagrellaphotography.com/Summer-Science-Institute/n-N9h3hn/i-LRHTCLM...

Shamin Sahebzada wins Student Award for Academic Excellence

Shamin (pictured here center, with Dr. Sharon Pochron, left, and Mai Fahmy, right) was selected to receive an award for Academic Excellence in the Spring 2016. Criteria for this award included students whose passion for learning has extended beyond the classroom. Some...

Emily Markowitz receives Undergraduate Recognition Award

SoMAS is proud to announce that Emily Markowitz has been awarded the 2016 Undergraduate Recognition William J. Sullivan Award, the most prestigious service award Stony Brook presents to a graduating senior for academic accomplishments that go beyond the classroom...

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