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In an effort to cut down on large group gatherings during the situation surrounding the Coronavirus, the University Scholars event requirement for the Fall 2020 semester has been waived. The Scholars Program will still be hosting and promoting virtual events that we feel are beneficial to our students; so we encourage you to please continue to check our website to take advantage of these opportunities.


Events are added on a rolling basis,
so please check this page regularly. 

Upcoming Fall 2020 Events:

Faculty Panel

Thursday, October 22, 2020
5:00 - 6:30 pm
Virtual on Zoom (register  here to receive a zoom link and invite)

Join us for the annual University Scholars Faculty Panel!  Hear from some of Stony Brook's most popular faculty as they discuss their college experiences, what led them to teaching, and any research they are currently involved in. This year's panelists will include:

- Dr. Heather J. Lynch, Professor, IACS Endowed Chair of Ecology & Evolution, Department of Ecology and Evolution
- Dr. Barbara E. Frank, Associate Professor, Department of Art, Affiliated with Africana Studies, Women's and Gender Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and the Humanities Institute
- Dr. Reuben Kline, Associate Professor, Director, Center for Behavioral Political Economy, Department of Political Science
- Dr. Jon Longtin, Professor, Associate Dean for Research and Entrepreneurship, Department of Mechanical Engineering


Long Island University's College of Veterinary Medicine Informational

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
4:00 pm
Virtual on Zoom (meeting information below)

Long Island University School of Veterinary Medicine   , the only Veterinary Program on Long Island, just accepted their first class this Fall!  This virtual informational will offer Stony Brook students an opportunity to collaborate with LIU.  LIU School of Veterinary Medicine  will  be speaking to all of Stony Brook University's animal-loving students. 

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 947 8878 6396
Passcode: 609540   


Per the University Scholars Event Policy (*waived for Fall 2020):
-Only events that are designated by a "*" can be used to satisfy the event requirement.

-To receive event credit students must arrive on-time and remain for the entirety of the event.

-Late arrival/early departure will not be permitted. 

-If a student RSVP's to an event and fails to show up (without providing at least 48 hours notice) that student will not be permitted to RSVP for another event that term.

Click these links for info on: 

Scholars Council 
Committee Meeting



Past University Scholars Events