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Go “Beyond the Expected” with New Podcast Series
Stony Brook has launched its first-ever official podcast, “Beyond the Expected,” highlighting the expertise, discoveries and service of outstanding members of (More)
Michael Colbert (BS, 2015)
Everyone talks about the weather, but Michael Colbert has more than a casual interest in that topic — he studied it at Stony Brook University.  To be sure, theMore)
Stony Brook Alumna, Student, Featured in Journal of Network Music and Arts
Dr. Sarah Weaver The brand new Journal of Network Music and Arts recently published its first issue. Dr. Sarah Weaver (PH.D, 2018) serves as the editor-in-chief. Dr. Weaver describes the new (More)
Dr. Levy Lorenzo (DMA, 2014) Named Assistant Professor of Creative Technologies at Mannes
Richard Kessler, Executive Dean for the College of Performing Arts at The New School announced today that artist-engineer Levy Lorenzo has been appointed Assistant Professor of Creative Technologies for the college. In this role, Lorenzo will (More)
David Bernard, (MM, 1988, Orchestral Conducting), Awarded First Prize in Orchestral Conducting in the American Prize
David Bernard, (MM 1988 Orchestral Conducting), has been awarded First Prize in the Orchestral Conducting competition of The American Prize, professional division 2019, a national competition for conductors. In making their selection from a diver (More)
Stony Brook Alum Jeffery Meyer Wins American Prize in Orchestral Programming
The American Prize in Orchestral Programming / Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award—college/university division Winner: Jeffery Meyer ASU Symphony Orchestra Tempe AZ An accomplished conductor, pianist, and educator, Jeffery Meyer launched (More)
Carolyn Hall (MS, 2009)
From "For Carolyn Hall ’09, Mixing Science and the Arts is a Thrilling Dance" on Stony Brook News by Elliot Olshansky on April 15, (More)
Morgan Gelinas (MS, 2011)
Morgan Gelinas (MS, 2011) studied ship wakes in the Venice Lagoon, Italy.  Here, very large ships routinely navigate a deep dredged channel cut through a shallow lagoon.  The wakes they create propagate over the adjacent shoals for long distances, re (More)
Announcing the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Music!
This article is the Aprils Fools 2019 Joke by the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences and Department of Music at S (More)
SoMAS and the R/V Seawolf attend SUBMERGE 2016
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