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Dr. Qingzhi Zhu Joins SoMAS Faculty as Assistant Professor
This semester, SoMAS welcomed Dr. Qingzhi Zhu as Assistant Professor. Dr. Zhu has been part of the SoMAS community, as a research scient (More)
SoMAS Professor Daniel Knopf Receives NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award
SoMAS professor Daniel Knopf was awarded the NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER Award) for his proposal “Chemical Aging o (More)
SoMAS Congratulates December Graduates
Sunday, December 21, the Stony Brook University community convened for a ceremony to confer bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees f (More)
Top Scientists Convene at SoMAS for Conference on Coastal Storms
Over 120 people from academia, industry, non-profit organizations, and governmental agencies attended a SUNY Conversations-in-the Discip (More)
Marvin Geller Awarded COSPAR International Cooperation Medal
The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) presented SoMAS professor Marivn Geller with the prestigious International Cooperation Medal du (More)
Brooke Rodgers and Amandeep Parhar Awarded Scholarship at 11th Annual Liblit Breakfast
On November 13, 2008, SoMAS graduate student Brooke Rodgers and Stony Brook undergraduate student Amandeep Parhar were awarded scholarsh (More)
SoMAS Undergraduate Researchers Drinking Water Issues in Tanzania
In August, Stony Brook Senior Michelle Pizer travelled to Tanzania to study the challenges that people in rural areas face in accessin (More)
SoMAS Oktoberfest Raises Over $1000 for Petra M. Udelhofen Scholarships
Friday October 17th, the SoMAS community gathered in the boathouse to celebrate at the seventh annual Oktoberfest Fundraiser. SoMAS stude (More)
SoMAS Showcases Undergraduate Research at REU Summer Symposium
Friday, August 1st, SoMAS hosted a summer research symposium, showcasing the work of undergraduates who spent the summer working on rese (More)
SoMAS Research Detects Toxic Phytoplankton Bloom, Prompts Area Shellfish Harvest Closure
This week the state Department of Environmental Conservation closed 2,100 acres of Long Island’s North Shore to shellfish harvesting aft (More)
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