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stony brook university and island federal credit union announce campus-wide corporate partnership agreement 

CA and Pres StanleyStony Brook University and Hauppauge-based Island Federal Credit Union (“Island”) today announced a 10-year, $7 million corporate advertising sponsorship agreement that reaches across multiple areas of the University community including athletics, arts, academics, medicine, the Veteran’s Home and alumni relations.  (more)

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People Change Their Moral Values to Benefit Themselves Over Others 

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According to an old adage, if someone tells you “it’s not about the money but the principle,” chances are it is about the money. A new study published in the  Proceedings of the Royal Society B  finds that people are quick to change their moral values depending on which rule means more cash for them instead of others. 

 

 

 

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