- 21SepThe Humanities Institute Presents a Virtual Event: A Conversation with Edwidge DanticatA Conversation with Edwidge Danticat, novelist, essayist on storytelling and how writing about trauma and pain can be a tool to help student...
- 23SepFaculty Fellows Zoom Lecture by Anne O’Byrne on “Democratic Violence and the Genocide Continuum"HISB Faculty Fellows lecture by Anne O’Byrne/Philosphy Department, “Democratic Violence and the Genocide Continuum”. Zoom Registration...
- 1OctRECKONING: Faculty Exhibition 2020The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is proud to present an online Faculty Exhibition featuring the work of Stony Brook University’s world-renowne...
Diversity, Civility and Expectations
Stony Brook is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive community in which students, faculty, and staff thrive in an atmosphere free from all forms of discrimination. The unprecedented crisis of COVID-19, with its constant flow of conflicting information and rumors, has in some cases increased levels of fear, facilitated mistrust, and created a platform for intolerant behavior, the enemies of civility.
Stony Brook is strongly opposed to discrimination and harassment, and such behavior is prohibited by University policy. It is important that you familiarize yourselves with the policies that effect our daily interactions with others on campus.
Stony Brook's Diversity and Civility