Advising Certificate Course
This course is designed to enhance your overall knowledge of good academic advising practice at Stony Brook. For academic and student affairs professionals working in advising capacities, and those with any regular direct student contact, completion of this course will enhance your ability to have more thorough, purposeful and meaningful academic planning discussions with students you serve. The Certificate Course meets each fall and spring for two hours per week for eight weeks. To download the course syllabus, click here. Contact Mary Beth Powers for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Advising Linkage Initiatives
The main objective is to provide the Undergraduate Program Directors, faculty and appropriate staff professionals direct access to an academic advisor in the Academic & Transfer Advising Services office to whom they can refer to clarify academic policies and procedures, academic concerns, and assist with academic situations outside the purview of the academic department. New faculty members are encouraged to contact the UPD in their department to address any immediate concerns. To learn more about the Advising Linkage Program, please click on the links below:
- Advising Linkage Guidelines
- Who is the Advisor Linked to My Department?
- Download the Major/Minor Advisor list on our Forms page
Faculty mentors are critical to the success of the URECA program. If you are willing to supervise an undergraduate, and are looking for students, please contact the URECA Office. We would be happy to post opportunities for supervised research and creative activity on our website with your permission, and to remove the posting as soon as you choose.
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