Celebration Schedule - May 5, 2021:
URECA will host a virtual poster exhibition for spring 2021.
A link to the URECA poster exhibition/display (above) will provide opportunities for members of the university community to post comments/questions (through the end of the semester) about a specific poster, and for undergraduate poster presenters to respond.
A link to the 2021 URECA/Senior Show online exhibition can be found above.
INTERACTIVE-LIVE (Zoom) EVENTS:
Department-initiated events: We encourage departments to consider hosting and/or coordinating a zoom-meeting for virtual presenters to interact with faculty in your department about their projects. We can provide contact information for presenters in a particular major (or working with faculty mentors in a particular department). A half-hour to an hour would work well for a small group in a particular major.
Thursday, May 6th (4:00 pm)
* To RSVP or register for this conference, please see link below:
May 7th (9:00 am - 4:00 pm)
* To RSVP or register for this URECA/English Honors Symposium , please contact Professor Justin Omar Johnston
( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Wednesday, May 5th
(12:30 pm - 2:30 pm)
* To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Joshua Teplitsky ( email@example.com ).
HONORS COLLEGE SENIOR SYMPOSIUM
MATERIAL SCIENCES & CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Wednesday, May 12th
(2:00 pm - 4:00 pm)
* To RSVP or register for this Senior Research Thesis symposium, please contact Professor Miriam Rafailovich
( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
May 7th (9:30 am - 11:30 am)
* To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Jay Mendelson ( email@example.com ).
*To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Professor Robert McCarthy ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
May 5th (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm)
*To RSVP or register for this conference, please contact Psi Chi ( email@example.com )
SBYIR / Stony Brook Young Investigators Review event:
Tuesday, May 4th
*Please see below information regarding conference topics:
Finding Local Species and Saving Faraway Ones: Virtual Instagram Live Tour:
SBYIR, in collaboration with the Friends of Ashley Schiff, will be providing a virtual guided tour of the Ashley Schiff Preserve. See the hidden biodiversity and exciting wildlife and plantlife that’s present just on campus!
May 4, 2021 (11:00 AM)
You can simply visit our Instagram at @sbyir to watch the Instagram Live
Finding Local Species and Saving Faraway Ones: Talk by Dr. William McShea:
SBYIR will be hosting a talk by Dr. William McShea, an ecologist at the Smithsonian Zoo! An expert in conservation science, learn about his journey through the field, saving species to species.
May 4, 2021 (1:00 PM)
Please RSVP here.
Finding Local Species and Saving Faraway Ones: Scavenger Hunt:
SBYIR is also hosting an in-person scavenger hunt on-campus! Groups of 3-4 will race from clue to clue, and the winning team will get free stuffed animals (the famous Reversible Octopus Plushie)! See the RSVP for more information!
May 4, 2021 (2:00 PM)
Please RSVP here.