Two from SoMAS Chosen as ESA Graduate Student Policy Award Recipients
Stony Brook University graduate students Isabella Betancourt and Abigail J. Costigan, from the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences’ (SoMAS) Marine Conservation and Policy program, have been selected in the...Read More
Coast Guard Enables Environmental Studies and Economics Major to Serve Country and Planet
Ever since middle school, James Pizaro ’22 has harbored an increasing interest and love of the environment. At Stony Brook University, he discovered a path that would not only lead to a...Read More
SBU Part of NASA Mission to Better Understand Tropical Storms
Data collected from the mission will help scientists better understand and predict the behavior of dangerous tropical storms and address a significant issue of climate change.
Study Provides First-Time Data on China’s Marine Conservation
The study, led by SBU's Ellen Pikitch, provides insight into the country’s progress toward meeting global commitments to protect marine waters.
Storm Surge Working Group, SBU Faculty Identify Continued Need for Coastal Protection
SoMAS' Malcolm Bowman chairs the working group, which continues to push for storm surge barriers to protect the New York area.
Measuring the Met: Stony Brook Researchers Study Renowned Museum’s Air Quality
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s cavernous halls and exhibition spaces were empty and silent when a small group of people entered the Egyptian wing with a 500-pound scientific device on...Read More