Stony Brook University held its fall 2016 campus Involvement Fair on Wednesday, August 31, 2016. Members from DoIT attended the Involvement Fair and educated the campus community about IT services on campus and also listened to what students had to say about technology on campus.
Stony Brook's Division of Information Technology renewed its MATLAB site-wide software contract for another year. If you have a MATLAB installation, please be sure to re-activate any personal, off-network installations.
Stony Brook University releases new Global Health Diplomacy program on Coursera.
On August 22, 2016 the look and feel of the SOLAR login page will be updated.
Stony Brook's Faculty Center is back this year wtih the TALENT Projects Grant (Teaching and Learning Enhancements with New Technology) and encourages SB instructors to invest their time, talent and energy to solve current and future challenges of pedagogy.
Vice President for Information Technology & CIO Melissa Woo asks Phil Doesschate to serve in the role of Director of IT Policy.
Matthew Nappi assumed the position of Interim Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Stony Brook University on June 20, 2016.
A new DoIT Client Support tool aims to assist with network troubleshooting for University-owned desktops.
Qualtrics, the survey and research tool, gets a fresh new face and a few new features.
Three important IT service changes will be made to MySBmail, MySBfiles, and Sparky on Wednesday, May 25, 2016.
Dr. Patricia Aceves Appointed Assistant Provost for Academic Assessment and Technology-Enhanced PedagogyMay 04, 2016
Dr. Patricia Aceves was appointed Assistant Provost for Academic Assessment and Technology-Enhanced Pedagogy. In this expanded role, she will lead Stony Brook University’s new Office of Assessment as an integral part of the Faculty Center.
Intended to kick off an extended effort during the next year in EDUCAUSE to help people gain usable knowledge of why diversity, equity, and inclusion is important and how to increase it in the higher education IT workforce, Stony Brook CIO Melissa Woo co-authored an article that appeared in the May 2 issue of EDUCAUSE Review Online.
Team Samurai Piledriver took the two top spots in the Stony Brook Innovation Lab's 3D the Campus Competition on April 20, 2016.
SBUDoIT will begin rolling out a new Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) Unified Communications system to all West Campus employees on a building-by-building basis beginning May 24, 2016.
Stony Brook University Vice President for Information Technology & CIO Melissa Woo earns distinction from the Huffington Post for the fourth-straight year.
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