Transcript: - Ranked in the top 1% of all Universities worldwide. - 68 Majors and 78 Minors. - 3 miles from West meadow beach - 90% of recent graduates are employed or continuing education. -Ranked 22nd among universities with highest paid graduates. - Average GPA: 3.93 - SAT Scores: Math, 560-690. Critical Reading, 540-640. Writing, 530-640. - Either SAT or ACT - Essay - Recommendations - SAT Subject Test - Common Application - High School Transcript Slower Facts: Admissions Requirements: Fast Facts: In State: $5,270 Out of State: $14,720 Room & Board: $10,998 Fees: $1989.50 Where is it?: Stony Brook, NY Size: 16,200 Surroundings?: Small Town, Public Percent Accepted: 40.96% Tuition: Financial Aid: -57% freshman get Need-based aid at ~$8,553 -37% freshman get Merit-based aid at ~$3,169 -51% freshman get Self-help aid at ~$5,449 Chelsea Graves Major - Nursing Specialize - Neonatology
Transcript: Stony Brook has a diverse student body composed of roughly 39 % European Americans, 19 % Asian Americans, 6 percent% African Americans, 8 % Hispanics of any race, 14 % international, and 15 % undisclosed. Men baseball basketball cross country football lacrosse soccer swimming and diving tennis track and field Women softball basketball cross country lacrosse soccer swimming and diving tennis track and field Student body The State University of New York at Stony Brook was established in Oyster Bay in 1957 as the State University College on Long Island (SUCOLI), by the governor and state of New York. Established almost a decade after the creation of New York’s public higher education system, the institution was envisioned as a college for the preparation of secondary school teachers. History Stony Brook Sports GPA: 88 - 94 The enrolled freshmen had the following score ranges: SAT Math: 590-690 SAT Critical Reading: 540-640 SAT Writing: 530-640 ACT: 25-29 By: Sthaelle Antoine Requirements
Transcript: Affordability 55% of full time enrolled freshmen receive aid an average of $8,768 Tuition is $20,978 in state $34,398 out of state tuition Qualified freshmen immediately reviewed for scholarships About Stony Brook History Location Athletics and clubs Samuel L. Stanley is the school's president Majors and Academics Beginning activities Stony Brook is 54% male and 46% female 92% 24 and under and 8% over 24 90% of graduates are either employed or enrolled in graduate school 16,480 undergraduate students 8,127 graduate students Life on Campus Very large in size 65% of students live on campus Most new freshmen are guaranteed campus housing Activities like; jazz club, theater/drama, choir, yearbook, etc. SBU home to many academic honor societies Doris Germain Founded in 1957. Originally founded as a college of preparation Public, Coed school Originated in Oyster Bay, Long Island New campus was built near Stony Brook Contact Information Stony Brook New York North Eastern Region Suburban Area New York City just 60 miles away Academic year, student-guided campus tours Summer, campus tours and information sessions are hosted on most weekdays Information sessions are offered on most weekdays and on Saturdays Visiting the college campus is highly recommeneded $50 application fee Judith Berhannan- Dean of Admissions GPA: 50% range between 90-96 SAT: 50% range 600-720 for math, critical reading: 540-660; writing:540-660 ACT mid-50% range 26-31 17 to 1 student to faculty ratio Over 200 majors to choose from Applied math, biology, business management, computer science,and economics are some of the most popular majors here Stony Brook offers bachelor's, master's, doctoral, certificate, and graduate certificate degrees Over 140 graduate programs Great variety of sports and activities Sports for men: basketball, baseball, soccer, football, hockey, etc. Sports for women: track and field, dancing, cross country, lacrosse and much more Organizations such as radio station, orchestra, concert band, etc. 20 fraternities and 19 sororities Over 24,500 students enroll each year Student Life Among the top 1 percent in the world, ranking #154 among more than 25,000 institutes worldwide 98% of faculty hold doctoral degrees or highest degrees in their fields 69% graduation rate within 6 years January 15 usual fall application deadline November 1 spring application deadline Tuition and Aid Admissions SBU has a 41% acceptance rate Important Facts Open Houses Stony Brook University 118 Administration Building Stony Brook, NY 11794-1901 Phone: (631) 632-6868 Email:email@example.com Fax: (631)632-9898 Stony Brook has no religious affiliation
Transcript: History 2: background assignment stony brook was founded in the 18th century some history includes the Gris mill that was founded/created in 1699 Stony Brook is located in Suffolk county New York. Stony Brook The Stony Brook Grist Mill is open to the public for guided tours with a miller on weekends, mid-April through mid-October, 12 – 4:30 p.m. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children. So people can learn about our past. The Stony Brook Grist Mill is a Registered Historic Place property in Stony Brook, Suffolk County, New York. Its construction in 1699 created the Mill Pond astride the Brookhaven-Smithtown boundary. The mill structure itself dates back to at least circa 1751. Today the Ward Melville Heritage Organization owns and operates the mill as a working mill museum. What Historical events happened in Stony Brook? What is the history of your Town and when was it founded Does your town have anything to commemorate these events?
Transcript: The stumps were meant for kids to jump around on and the old ones were rotting so they had to go. Jess Doug is the sanctuary's director. A Summer in Nature Volunteering There were some other jobs I did since I was available pretty much 24/7. We knew that we would never get all of it. It's expected that it will come back again next year and we will just have to take care of it all over again. Until October Doug Related to wild grapes, porcelain berry gets berries in the fall, which go anywhere from blue to white to pink. It has broad, grape-shaped leaves. Like bittersweet, (and most of the invasives we removed), the most we could do was cut back what was there to help the native vegetation. [Photograph found in Mass Audubon Stony Brook, Norfolk, MA]. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/MassAudubonStonyBrook/photos/a.166512200047532.34166.159090164123069/1523239307708141/?type=3&theater (Originally photographed May 9) I met this little guy when I was watering the garden Policy makers define it differently, such as how Bill Clinton’s 1999 executive order 13112 defined an invasive species as an “alien” species that does or is likely to harm the environment, economy or human health. Stony Brook is one of the Massachusetts Audubon Society's wildlife sanctuaries We didn't know what this little guy was. At first I had misidentified it as a centipede or other myriapod because I saw the segments and thought I saw a lot of legs. Then the next time we went out, I brought a bug jar and caught it. Anna and I brought it to Doug and he couldn't identify it completely either, though he knew it was some sort of beetle larvae. I remained a mystery. (And she also makes some pretty damn good cookies) Porcelain Berry Finneran, R. (n.d.). [Photograph found in Michigan State University]. Retrieved from http://msue.anr.msu.edu/news/oriental_bittersweet_an_aggressive_invasive_plant (Originally photographed 2015, November 13) One example is when we found a cicada killer (which we had misidentified as a mud wasp). Doug told us about it, about how its pretty non aggressive towards humans, since it really only cares about getting cicadas. It doesn't even eat the cicada, because there isn't much of a cicada to eat. Instead they inject it with neurotoxin and paralyze it, drag it down into its hole, lay eggs in it and the hatched larvae will eat it. Nature is beautiful About Stony Brook. (n.d.). Retrieved December 01, 2017, from https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/stony-brook/about Cochran, M. Ethel. "The Biology of the Red-Backed Salamander (Plethodon Cinereus Erythronotus Green)." Biological Bulletin 20, no. 6 (1911): 332-49. doi:10.2307/1535897. Invasive Fact Sheet: Oriental Bittersweet. Report. Invasive Plant Species Assessment Working Group, Indiana Department of Natural Resources. INVASIVE PLANTS OF OHIO. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.oipc.info/uploads/5/8/6/5/58652481/8factsheetmultiflorarose.pdf McNab, W. Henry; Loftis, David L. 2002. Probability of occurrence and habitat features for oriental bittersweet in an oak forest in the southern Appalachian mountains, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 155 (2002) 45-54 Patterson, D.T., 1974. The ecology of oriental bittersweet, Cehstrus orhiculurm. a weedy introduced ornamental vine. Ph.D. Dissertation. Duke University, Durham, NC, 2X6 pp. Porcelain-berry Fact Sheet . (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.fws.gov/delawarebay/Pdfs/Porcelain-berry_Fact_Sheet%20.pdf Simberloff, Daniel. Invasive Species : What Everyone Needs to Know?. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost), EBSCOhost (accessed October 21, 2017). They can be very quick to dash under leaf litter, we had to be fast if we wanted to get a good picture. Usually they can be found curled up in a little circle and are generally adorable. The Staff (Matt is on the left) One thing that set multiflora rose apart from bittersweet and porcelain berry is that it was physically hard to deal with. It was covered in thorns. It's very difficult to deal with if you're not wearing gloves. I would get thorns lodged in my pants from just walking in and around the stuff. Red-backed salamanders Removal Incidentally my mom's regular rose bush somehow got transformed into a multiflora rose through some cross-pollination plant witchery She's bright and friendly. She makes it easy to open up (and this is coming from someone who is a constant ball of anxiety) Works Cited Allison Tardif Matt Salamanders are an indicator species, meaning that they're more sensitive to changes in the environment. So if an indicator species starts to decline, it means there's something going on in its environment. Its similar to how miners would bring canaries into mine shafts to indicate any toxic gases forming. If the canary dies, its time to get out. Miller, J. H. (n.d.). Multiflora rose, flowers in April [Photograph found in USDA]. Retrieved from
Transcript: Campus Divisons SB International Academic Programs 23 apt. style Men's Baseball Men's Football Women's Softball Women's Volleyball Cross Country Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field National Merit Scholar Finalist/Semifinalist - $3000 a year China residence halls Scholarships But there are organizations! Kickboxing Madagascar Valedictorian Japan & 80% outstanding academics popular majors Korea Greece Men/Women's Basketball Men/Women's Lacrosse Men/Women's Soccer Men/Women's Swimming Men/Women's Tennis Athletics Scholarships Italy Stony Brook University Sweden Australia High Speed Internet Cable TV Seawolves Pep Band Russia By maggie zheng Sport Other Activities You can be Involved In: freshmen live on campus National Merit Scholarships 28 SAT/ACT scores, leadership, high school, etc India Grants 86% $$ Honors College recieves financial aid Psychology Biology Business Management Health Science Economics Overall, Stony Brook University has a lot to offer! It is great for majoring in the science department and hold programs to prep you for Medical School, Law School, etc. It does offers many internships to help get experience for future jobs. The variety of sports you can involved with, places you can travel to study abroad, it offers many scholarships. Scholarships Fraternities buildings France Sociology Political Science History Biochemistry English Sororities Dance Fitness Classes Norway
Transcript: The Road Ahead Location What to do? At Stony Brook University, there are many things to do outside of the campus like the Avalon park and preserve, Long Island Museum of Art and History, Chocolate works and an escape room. Stony Brook is aprroximately 1,039 acres big and is a public school. How big is Stony Brook? Size Religious Religion Stony Brook University is made of up of 72.6% of students who are religious in which the majority are Catholics. Pictures Pictures Dorm Life The Life To live on campus in Stony brook, it costs $8,000 for the room and $5,000 for the meal plan. And and extra $5,000 for other expenses Activities Activities Sports include baseball, football, tennis, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, etc. In stony brook, you can study abroad and go to 6 continents, all but Antarctica. Majors Study The three most enrolled majors are biology, psychology and health science. Unique Unique Something very special about Stony Brook is that they have their own hospital on campus for their medical students to use. Studies SAT/ACT Scores Avg SAT scores: 1250-1400 Avg ACT scores: 26-31 Average GPA of students attending Stony Brook is 91-97 or 3.6 - 4.0. AVG GPA GPA The retention rate is 72.0%, so every 72 out of 100 would come back after freshman year. Retention Rate Retention Rate Cost/Famous Financial Aid Stony Brook does gives an average of $13,100 in financial aid. Cost of In-State resident: $6,870 Out of State: $25,540 In addition there is the cost of dorms and other living expences. Tuition Cost Joe Nathan-retired MLB pitcher for the Washington Nationals Joy Behar-an american comedian, artist and actress. And is currently on the show The View. Christine Goerke-an american dramatic soprano. (singer). Famous Alumni Famous Alumni Links Links https://www.stonybrook.edu
Transcript: co-ed dorms married apartments single apartments disabled housing Stony brook Requirements There is no drugs allowed on campus like any other campus no alcohol is permitted on campus no inappropriate clothing is not acceptable GPA: 4.0 Class Rank: Stony brook does approve class ranking Test scores: Has to be B+ and above no lower grade than a B+ Extracurricular activities : From sports to academic activities Stony Brook University campus life By: Zakiyyah and Miyah safety and regulation demographics Stony Brook University is a diverse college with different cultures Stony Brook is also a christian boarding university Located: Stony brook, NY 11794 Mascot: wolfie the seawolf Tuition: 4,000 for undergraduates graduates start at 11,000 Enrollment: 41.3% (24,648) 2014 go seawolfs!!!!
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