The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) is an academic enrichment program designed to foster student's success in preparing for professional licensure and careers in medicine, law, education, science, technology, mathematics, engineering and health.
EOP/AIM provides a Pre-Freshman Summer Program, Tutorial Services, Personal Counseling & Academic Advising, Workshops and Conferences, and Computer Based Instruction and Tutorial (CBIT) Laboratory. Applications for EOP/AIM are processed through the Office of Admissions. Applicants must qualify both academically and economically under the specified guidelines.
CESAME (old name LIGASE)
These science education programs bring students and teachers to the Stony Brook campus from Long Island, New York City, and beyond. Elementary, middle, and high school teachers both teach and take our workshops and contribute strongly to the vitality and intellectual life of CESAME. Middle and high school students carry out summer research in our laboratories and work in the Biotechnology Teaching Center during the academic year. Undergraduate students learn in new research-based courses, obtain research fellowships, and carry out faculty-sponsored research. Faculty, teachers, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows learn and teach together.
This site will give you information about LSAMP programs throughout the state, and a list of resources for you. This included links to professional societies and organizations in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); professional opportunities including resources for graduate study, internships, research, jobs, conferences and scholarships; multicultural information; and resources that can help you in academic subjects in STEM fields.
Stony Brook undergraduate students engaged in faculty-mentored research and/or creative activities in all disciplines are encouraged to apply for summer programs and/or travel grants.