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Congratulations to the CEAS Class of 2022!

Commencement 2022On Friday, May 20, the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS) was proud to host its 60th annual commencement ceremony and convocation at Island Federal Arena on Stony Brook University’s west campus.

Immediately following Stony Brook’s main ceremony at Kenneth P. Lavalle Stadium, the convocation was presided over by Interim Dean Jon Longtin, Master of Ceremonies Robert Kukta, in addition to the Chairs of the nine departments within CEAS, Associate Deans, faculty marshals and staff from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

 This May, CEAS proudly conferred nearly 1,400 degrees, the largest class ever. Total degrees include:

  • Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science:  973
  • Master of Science: 352
  • PhD: 80

Interim Dean Jon Longtin advised studentsIn his address to graduates, Interim Dean Jon Longtin advised students: “Now is your time to create, to discover, to experiment, and to explore. Your learning doesn’t stop when you leave us, so keep questioning everything! The world needs you, now more than ever. You are unique and critical members of this community - tomorrow’s builders, designers, inventors, engineers, scientists and makers. It has been our distinct honor to have helped you engineer your future so that you, in turn, may engineer the future of others.”

Robert Kukta, Senior Associate Dean for Education and Innovation in CEAS, served as Master of Ceremonies and acknowledged faculty marshalls representing the degrees conferred, selected for their special dedication as teachers and advisors. They included:

  • Stephen Finch, Applied Mathematics and Statistics
  • Eric Brouzes, Biomedical Engineering
  • Miriam Rafailovich, Chemical and Molecular Engineering
  • Anil Yazici, Civil Engineering
  • Kevin McDonnell and C.R. Ramakrishnan, Computer Science
  • Ridha Kamoua, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Robert Kelly, Information Systems
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    Gary Halada, Materials Science and Engineering Science
  • Thomas Cubaud, Mechanical Engineering
  • Kevin Moriarty, Technology and Society