Tag: Stony Brook University
Dr. Ken Kaushansky, Dean of the Renaissance School of Medicine and Senior Vice President of Health Sciences (SVPHS) at Stony Brook University, will retire this year, College President Maurie McInnis announced Monday.
Frank Zinghini is president, CEO, and founder of Northport-based Applied Visions and Pittsburgh-based SDS., a sister company working on testing software and hardware for Astrobotic Technology’s journey to the Moon.
A Stony Brook University-led research team is investigating a new prostate cancer treatment that could offer an alternative to chemotherapy without the adverse effects on patients or tumors building up a resistance.
The Reality Deck is a space covered with 416 27-inch Samsung screens, each with 4 million pixels, that immerse scientists inside images to help them see and understand microscopic mysteries.
PeKANT, a one-of-a-kind spicy organic iced tea company, is one of 38 companies in various stages of growth at the Calverton incubator, one of a handful of industrial-grade kitchens on LI dedicated to nurturing culinary innovators.
A Stony Brook University professor was the first educator from a college on Long Island to be named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow when he won the prestigious fellowship this week.
Originally the ancestral home of Native Americans and later settled by Europeans during the 1600s, Long Island is rich in history and loaded with folklore, myths and urban legends. From ancient Native American burial grounds to remnants of the Revolutionary War to Gatsby-era mansion estates, Long Island is hallowed ground—the stage for countless triumphs and tragedies throughout the centuries.
Five athletes with Long Island ties are along 11,000 from around the world competing for their chance to take home a gold medal in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, which starts Friday. The four native Long Islanders representing Team USA are soccer stars Allie Long of Northport and Crystal Dunn of Rockville Centre, WNBA all-star and three-time Olympic gold medalist Sue Bird of Syosset, and race walker Maria Michta-Coffey of Nesconset. A fifth, sailor Bora Gulari of Michigan, lived on Long Island when he was a youngster.
Long Island’s biggest export is its college students, the old joke goes, but the region has more than a dozen institutions where students can earn degrees in virtually any field of study. From small specialty colleges to large research universities, there are plenty of options for students to stay local. Many of LI’s colleges and universities have dorms that allow for students to transfer here from elsewhere. But matching a student with the right school can be a daunting task. Here to make the process of deciding easier is the Press’ Ultimate Guide to Long Island Colleges and Universities:
The Obama administration on Friday issued a directive to all public schools in the nation proclaiming that transgender students must be allowed to use restrooms consistent with their gender identity. On Long Island, the White House’s directive, which also includes school locker rooms, was dubbed a “huge victory” by one of the leading gay and transgender rights groups in the region.
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