AGEP is a comprehensive program that provides a wide range of services to underrepresented minority doctoral students in the STEM fields as well as to the STEM departments and graduate programs.
The W. Burghardt Turner Fellowship is a Graduate Fellowship Program for qualified underrepresented students whose immediate academic plans include obtaining graduate or professional degrees in a variety of disciplines including the biological sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, medicine, humanities, engineering, and the arts. This fellowship is offered based on nomination by the candidate's department.
THE NATIONAL GEM CONSORTIUM
The GEM fellowship program strives to increase the participation of historically underrepresented students at the Masters and Doctoral levels in engineering and science through collaborative relationships between universities and industry partners to provide graduate student fellows with academic and internship experience to best prepare students for careers in engineering and science. Stony Brook is proud to have Brookhaven National Laboratory serving as its industry partner in the GEM fellowship program (http://www.bnl.gov/bnlweb/facilities.asp) You can connect with information on applying to the GEM fellowship at
A Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) program is for prospective graduate students interested in pursuing a MD/PHD degree.
Office of Postdoctoral Affairs
The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA), in operation since the 1st of November 2010, serve Postdoctoral scholars who come to work at Stony Brook University. The mission of the OPA aligns with the National Postdoctoral Association's mission: to advance the U.S. research enterprise by maximizing the effectiveness of the research community and enhancing the quality of the postdoctoral experience for all participants.