Officials Say Hospital and Affordable Housing Are Key to Campus’s Future

Officials Say Hospital, Affordable Housing and Community Programming Are Key to Stony Brook Southampton’s Future

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Express Sessions: "Clarifying the Vision for The Stony Brook Southampton Campus"

Former U.S. Representative and former Provost of Southampton College, Tim Bishop.   DANA SHAW

Former U.S. Representative and former Provost of Southampton College, Tim Bishop. DANA SHAW

Interim Executive Vice President, Stony Brook Medicine Dr. William Wertheim.     DANA SHAW

Interim Executive Vice President, Stony Brook Medicine Dr. William Wertheim. DANA SHAW

New York State Senator Anthony Palumbo.    DANA SHAW

New York State Senator Anthony Palumbo. DANA SHAW

Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration at Stony Brook University Jed Shivers fields a question.   DANA SHAW

Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration at Stony Brook University Jed Shivers fields a question. DANA SHAW

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. at the Express Session on January 11.   DANA SHAW

Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele, Jr. at the Express Session on January 11. DANA SHAW

Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Stony Brook University, Wendy Pearson.   DANA SHAW

Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Stony Brook University, Wendy Pearson. DANA SHAW

Chairman of the  Board of Directors of the Southampton Hospital Association Kenneth Wright.  DANA SHAW

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Southampton Hospital Association Kenneth Wright. DANA SHAW

Dorothy Lichtenstein poses a question at the Express Session on January 11.  DANA SHAW

Dorothy Lichtenstein poses a question at the Express Session on January 11. DANA SHAW

Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, Dr. Christopher Gobler.      DANA SHAW

Professor, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, Dr. Christopher Gobler. DANA SHAW

Marguerite Smith of the Shinnecock Indian Nation makes a point at the Express Session January 11.  DANA SHAW

Marguerite Smith of the Shinnecock Indian Nation makes a point at the Express Session January 11. DANA SHAW

Hope Sandrow at the January 11 Express Session.  DANA SHAW

Hope Sandrow at the January 11 Express Session. DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Ann Welker.  DANA SHAW

Suffolk County Legislator Ann Welker. DANA SHAW

authorStephen J. Kotz on Jan 17, 2024
This three-part series will examine the history of the Shinnecock Hills campus, its current status as the Southampton campus of Stony Brook University, and its future. Part III this week... more

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