About CommUniversity Day
Stony Brook University’s CommUniversity Day is POSTPONED.
Arising out of the campus Plan for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity, this event will showcase the many facets of the campus community. The day has been planned for our neighbors, regional partners, alumni, employees and other friends. CommUniversity Day will highlight the campus through hands-on, interactive activities, fun entertainment, and thought-provoking mini-talks. We encourage families to attend.
CommUniversity Day will be held on the Academic Mall from noon to 4 p.m. "Neighborhoods" will be stationed throughout the mall area for visitors to explore. From music to medicine, from food to fun, we invite you to explore all that Stony Brook has to offer.
CommUniversity Day admission is free and open to the public.
Learn more about Stony Brook University.
Learn more about the Stony Brook University Plan for Equity, Inclusion and Diversity.
2022 CommUniversity Day Leadership Team
Judy Greiman, Chief Deputy to the President and Senior Vice President for Government and Community Relations
Joan Dickinson, Assistant Vice President, University and Hospital Community Relations
Nicole Pacheco, Undergraduate Student Assistant, Community Relations Office
Christine Quinn, Assistant Director, Conferences and Special Events
Shelley Catalano, Managing Editor, University Communications and Marketing
Suzanne Natsch, Budget and Financial Manager, Marketing Communications Office
2022 CommUniversity Day Team Leaders
The Arts and Kazoo-university: Paul Newland, Outreach Director, Staller Center for the Arts
Main Stage: Paul Newland, Outreach Director, Staller Center for the Arts
Discovery Zone: David Ecker, Director of Research Technologies, Division of Information Technology
Find Out in 15: John Peter Gergen, Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology; Karen Kernan, Director, URECA and Director, Simons Summer Research Program
Health: Traci Thompson, Assistant Director for Recruitment and Assistant Director for Student Events, School of Health Professions; Christine Marsh, Hygienist for the Dental Team, School of Dental Medicine; Erika Karp, Community Relations Representative University Hospital; Catherine Duffy, Director HealthierU
Safety: Amanda Alicea, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Enterprise Risk Management
Traditions: Kristen Nyitray, Director, Special Collections and University Archives
Food Court/Food Trucks: Dawn Villacci, Manager for Student Staff Development and Customer Relations, Faculty Student Association.
Info Tent: Melissa Hogarty, Director of Business, Office of the VP For Administration
Rubber Duck Race: Emma Cardona,Business Administrator, Office of Student Life
WUSB & Student Community Development: Isobel Breheny, Assistant Director of Student
Media, and Argirios Davanelos