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Using GIS to Find the Perfect Summer Internship

Using GIS to Find the Perfect Summer Internship

About the Author: Lucy DiBenedetto is a fourth-year student in SoMAS Sustainability Studies Program. She currently serves as a mapping intern with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, a GIS Technician for the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program, and as a...
Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste

Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste

From “Kaylee Surace ’21 Says “No More” to Ocean Waste” on Stony Brook News Sustainability Studies student Kaylee Surace ’21 is a student on a mission — she is committed to ocean conservation. Drawn to the ocean since she was a child, Kaylee finally decided...
Summer Presentations by SoMAS Students

Summer Presentations by SoMAS Students

SoMAS students and faculty have spent some of their summer preparing for conferences, giving talks and training future scholars.  Here are a few updates: Nicholas Leonardo, Ph.D. candidate in Prof. Brian Colle‘s group, was awarded Best Student Oral Presentation...
Mobile Farm Stand Rolls into Stony Brook

Mobile Farm Stand Rolls into Stony Brook

Above: Heartbeet Farm co-founders Jennifer Ross, left, and Ann Pellegrino From Mobile Farm Stand Rolls into Stony Brook on SBU Happenings on June 22, 2018 The Faculty Student Association (FSA) is bringing fresh, local, organically grown produce through the mobile farm...
Highlights From Our Recent Graduates

Highlights From Our Recent Graduates

This Friday, the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences will celebrate our graduating students at Convocation, where 101 undergraduate and 36 graduate students will have their degrees conferred.  Profiles for a few of our graduating students are highlighted below....
GIS Students Win Awards at LI GIS Conference

GIS Students Win Awards at LI GIS Conference

The Long Island GIS Conference was held at Farmingdale State College on April 25, 2018. Student posters displayed were voted on by Conference attendees for the People’s Choice Award for Best Poster. Student posters from SoMAS and Sustainability Studies were...
Earthworm Lab Students Receive Undergraduate Recognition Awards

Earthworm Lab Students Receive Undergraduate Recognition Awards

Students Mateo Mezic and Sajjad Hussaini working with Dr. Sharon Pochron in the Earthworm Toxicology Lab received Undergraduate Recognition Awards for Excellence and Outstanding Achievement in the category for Academic Excellence. Mateo earned this award in part...
Stony Brook Students Wield Science on Behalf of Sustainability

Stony Brook Students Wield Science on Behalf of Sustainability

Photo above: Algae-scrubber team includes, from left, Christina Giordanella, Elisabeth Van Roijen, Shauna Wright and Associate Professor Kate Aubrecht. From Stony Brook Students Wield Science on Behalf of Sustainability by Glenn Jochum on SBU Happenings, April 16,...
SoMAS Helps Earthstock 2018 Combine Traditions and Innovations

SoMAS Helps Earthstock 2018 Combine Traditions and Innovations

Photo above: Mark Lang cavorts with the dancing sand shrimp. From Earthstock 2018 to Combine Traditions and Innovations by Glenn Jochum on SBU Happenings, April 11, 2018 Earthstock, Stony Brook’s annual celebration of Earth Day, kicks off Monday, April 16,  featuring...
EDP Students Present Garden Proposals to FSA

EDP Students Present Garden Proposals to FSA

During the Fall 2017 semester, undergraduate students in Dr. Donovan Finn‘s course EDP 404: Environmental Design Project developed designs for an organic garden located on the Stony Brook University campus. This is the capstone course for students majoring in...
Relevant Learning on the Rise at Stony Brook

Relevant Learning on the Rise at Stony Brook

Above: Distinguished Professor Jeffrey Levinton and student Quemar Blake check on a basket of oysters in Stony Brook harbor. From Relevant Learning on the Rise at Stony Brook on SBU Happenings, November 3, 2017 Relevant learning — a teaching method through which...
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