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Call For Programs

Please join us as Stony Brook University presents its annual, award-winning celebration of Earth Day. We invite students, faculty, staff, community members, and organizations to submit a program proposal to host an event as part of Earthstock.

History
Having been founded by a small group of environmentally conscious and savvy students to highlight and celebrate Earth Day, Stony Brook University’s Earthstock has flourished into a weeklong series of educational programs that examine the deeply complex issues of sustainability and energy from almost every discipline and angle imaginable.

Partnerships
Our partners include undergraduate and graduate student organizations, academic departments, engaged individual faculty members, community and civic organizations, corporations, not-for-profits, centers for technology and religious groups.

Proposals
The campus and regional community are invited to coordinate and attend programs that provide information and provoke thought on topics related to Earth Day. Programs can pertain to a wide range of topics, related to environmental awareness and sustainability. Programs that discuss environmental themes in particularly unusual and innovative ways are highly encouraged!

Benefits
Collaborating with Earthstock allows the planning committee the opportunity to assist you with:

  • Locating and reserving a venue
  • Print and electronic advertising
  • Food permit approvals (if applicable)
  • Other logistics

Sample Programs

Event

Sponsor

Film: A Sea Change Ecology & Evolution
History of the Ashley Schiff Preserve Friends of Ashley Schiff
Stony Brook Green Drinks Networking Long Island Green
Recycle-Mania Recycling & Resource Management
An Ecology of Faith Interfaith Center
Global Warming and Coral Diseases School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Return of Unwanted Medicine SBU Medical Center & New York Sea Grant
Reduce, Reuse, Relay Residence Hall Association
Lacrosse the Environment Athletics & Environmental Stewardship
The Coral Reef Crisis Provost’s Office & Living World Lecture Series
Do It In The Dark: Solar Energy Concert Environmental Club
A Natural Year in an Unnatural World Sustainability Studies Program and Blue Ocean Institute

Application Details
This application is for programs from Monday, April 17 through Friday April 21, 2017 only.
Exhibitors looking to host a table at the signature festival on the academic mall scheduled for Friday, April 21 should complete the exhibitor application instead. Please note that limited space is available, so apply early!
Please submit your program proposal below or click here!

Deadlines
March 3, 2017 :  To be considered for inclusion in Earthstock print advertising.
March 24, 2017 : To be included in Earthstock Web advertising.

 

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