The reemergence of a proposed Stony Brook campus in South Korea has been in the works for months, but according to sources from the University Senate and the Stony Brook Council, neither deliberative body were kept in the loop about those plans.
Stony Brook University has apparently received final approval from the South Korean Ministry of Education to open a satellite campus there as soon as March. But administrators kept the entire university, including its own University Senate, out of the loop.
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The Student Activities Board, the Undergraduate Student Government agency responsible for bringing big acts like Aziz Ansari, Bruno Mars and Christian Finnegan to campus last year, received an additional $264,887[...]
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While Stony Brook University President Samuel Stanley was among the most active lobbyists for the NYSUNY 2020 bill, the final version that passed the Legislature on Friday is quite different[...]
UPDATE: The senate has adjourned for the night, leaving key bills—including NYSUNY 2020—unresolved for yet another day. Our initial report (see below) was confirmed by Scott Reif, a spokesman for[...]