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Worm Lab Students Bring Their Research to Miller Place High School

Worm Lab Students Bring Their Research to Miller Place High School

After four semesters of research, students from the Sustainability Studies Earthworm Ecotoxicology Lab under the mentorship of Sharon Pochron were ready to discuss their findings with the public. The students had investigated the effect of crumb rubber athletic fields...
Worm Lab Research Discovers Crumb Rubber Contains Heavy Metals

Worm Lab Research Discovers Crumb Rubber Contains Heavy Metals

Chemosphere, a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on environmental contaminants, has published a paper from the Sustainability Studies Earthworm Ecotoxicology Lab: Pochron, S., Fiorenza, A., Sperl, C., Ledda, B., Patterson, C., Tucker, C., … & Panico, N. (2017)....
SBU Mentors 21 Regeneron Finalists

SBU Mentors 21 Regeneron Finalists

Photo above: Regeneron Science Talent Search finalist Caitlin Gormley from Sayville Highschool standing with her GIS project Long Island as a region produced a total of 58 first-round prizewinners in the renamed Regeneron Science Talent Search (the competition was...
SoMAS Students Participate in SEA Semester Journey

SoMAS Students Participate in SEA Semester Journey

Alexandra Bonecutter, a student in the Environmental Studies program with a Marine Science minor, and Ruthann Monsees, a student in the Coastal Environmental Studies program Sustainability Studies program, were part of a SEA Semester voyage that was recently featured...
Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

From Larry Swanson, Interim Dean of SoMAS and Director of MSRC. Welcome to all new faculty, staff and students and welcome back to those who have been away for the summer either on vacation or undertaking research projects in the field.  Certainly there has been...

Medicine Not Bombs with Patricia Wright and Peter Small

SPECIAL EPISODE: MEDICINE NOT BOMBS WITH DR. PATRICIA WRIGHT AND DR. PETER SMALL, SUMMER 2016 A special episode on the breaking story of the first use of medical drones in Madagascar, the third poorest country in the world. The story involves the work of Dr. Peter...
The Sustainability Studies Program joins SoMAS!

The Sustainability Studies Program joins SoMAS!

  The Sustainability Studies Program (SUS) has now merged with the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences. Sustainability Studies was a standalone academic unit within the university that was initially developed at the Southampton campus. Over the years, SUS...
SoMAS Convocation 2016

SoMAS Convocation 2016

Congratulations to our graduates!  The annual SoMAS Convocation occurred on Friday, May 20, 2016 at the SAC auditorium. Students gathered with their friends and family and SoMAS faculty and staff to celebrate the completion of their journey at Stony Brook University....

Examining Seeds of Change

Joy Dinkelman is a student in the Sustainability Studies program here at Stony Brook University. After having the amazing and life-changing experience of attending the Omega Institute Seeds of Change conference this past Fall ’15 with fellow Sustainability Studies...
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