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Due to ongoing concerns surrounding COVID, University Scholars will be suspending the Event Requirement for the Spring 2022 semester.


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

Upcoming and Ongoing Spring 2022 Events:



Thursday, April 28, 2022; 4:00PM - 8:00PM

Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) Building Lobby

AstroFest is an exhibition of the cosmos presented by the Stony Brook Astronomy Club. The purpose of this event is to educate the campus community, and general public, about the wonders of astronomy and space exploration. Typical attractions include: observing stars and planets through the 14" telescope in the University Observatory, solar observing through a specialized solar telescope, a campus-scale model of the Solar System, visual and interactive demonstrations of a variety of astrophysical concepts, and speakers who have worked in the fields of astronomy, physics, geology, or space exploration.


Monday, April 18 - Friday, April 22, 2022

Join Stony Brook University in its week-long celebration of Earth Day! During the week of April 18 - April 22, there are a series of talks and exhibitions taking place including the keynote address by Chef Barton Seaver about sustainable seafood on Wednesday, April 20 at 4 pm. 
To cap off the week, on Friday, April 22, SBU will host its Earth Day Festival on the Academic Mall from 11 am - 2.30 pm, followed by the annual Rubber Duck Races. A full program can be found at the link here.

Career Center Events & Industry Connections

The Career Center offers events and resources to support students in both in-person and virtual formats. Click here for a list of resources and events for the Spring 2022 semester. 




Per the University Scholars Event Policy (suspended through Spring 2022):

-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