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Stony Brook Takes Going Green to New Heights
Stony Brook Takes Going Green to New Heights


CA and Pres StanleyFor the first time since graduating with a BS in Health Care Management in 2007, undefeated WBO junior welterweight champion  CHRIS ALGIERI  returned to his alma mater for Stony Brook's homecoming football game and Wolfstock Festival, where he was recognized by the Stony Brook University Alumni Association as Alumnus Fan of the Game. Algieri, accompanied by his family and friends, spent the earlier part of the day meeting other alumni during the pregame festivities at the Wolfstock Festival, and later was presented an official Seawolves Football jersey from President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., and a game ball from Athletic Director Shawn Heilbron during an on field presentation.  more

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Do We Have Time to Save Species from Climate Change?

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Climate change is expected to result in heightened risk of extinction for many species. Because conservation scientists are just starting to understand this threat, many have concluded that current risk assessment protocols, such as the International 'Red List' published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and based on rules established in the 1990s, will fail to identify many species at risk from climate change. However, an international team of researchers, including Professor Resit Akçakaya of Stony Brook University’s Department of Ecology and Evolution, counter that current assessment methods are able to identify such species. 




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