Announcements and Events

 
 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the Montauk Point Room, Babylon Student Center
11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. NSF S STEM Meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109
11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. NSF S STEM Meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109

11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. NSF S STEM Meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109

Applications for the Community College Internship program for Summer, 2019 are due on this date.  https://science.energy.gov/wdts/cci/

11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. NSF S STEM Meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109

11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. NSF S Stem Meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109 - Mr. Noel Blackburn from Brookhaven National Laboratory will discuss CCI and SULI Application process

Celebrate National Chemistry Week as host Sam Lemonick discusses chemistry and challenges of long term space travel as well as materials, biochemistry and astrochemistry that will make a manned mission to Mars possible - 6:45 p.m.  in Smithtown Science T 109

11:00 am - 12:15 pm NSF S STEM meeting - Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Bldg 109 -Intership information  

Date:  September 5, 2018
Campus:  Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Building T-109 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Campus:  Ammerman Campus, Smithtown Science Building T-109 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Description: 

Welcome Back Meet and Greet - NSF S STEM Meeting

 
Date:  Fall 2018
Campus:  East Stroudsburg University (East Stroudsburg, PA)
Description: 

As a Clear Path Scholar, you are eligible to receive:

  • a scholarship of up to $20,000 to attend ESU
  • free tutoring (for advanced courses at ESU)
  • an ESU student mentor
  • activities for science majors

For more information click here.

Contact: 

clearpath@esu.edu

Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  Hobart & William Smith Colleges (Geneva, NY) or Plymoth State University (Plymouth, NH)
Description:  This is a 9-week REU program. REU research investigations may explore mesoscale and synoptic weather, microclimates, biometeorology, mountain meteorology, modern climate, and paleoclimate. 
Contact: 

Dr. Neil Laird (laird@hws.edu)

Dr. Jason Cordeira (j_cordeira@plymouth.edu).

Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  University of Rochester
Description: 

Application deadline of 2/15/18. 

Three programs to choose from: *Advancing Human Health, From Nano to Network;

*Nano-, Bio-, and Quantum Photonics;

*Computational Methods for Understanding Music, Media, and Minds

Please click here for more information. 

Contact: 

 Prof. Andrew Berger (andrew.berger@rochester.edu)

 Kearns-REU@lists.rochester.edu

 
Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  Rutgers University
Description:  Research Intensive Summer Experience (RISE) is a 10 week internship offering students research opportunities in varied fields: biological, physical, and social/behavioral sciences, as well as engineering. The internship awards a stipend of $5000 along with housing and coverage of travel expenses, and includes a comprehensive professional development component, a portion of which involves GRE preparation and includes.  Students must have completed equivalent of sophomore year, and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Admission is rolling, until spots are filled.  For more information click here.
Contact: 

<rise@grad.rutgers.edur>

 
Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  Santa Fe Institute
1399 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Description: 

The program recruits undergraduates from many different majors, ranging from computer science to physics, mathematics, biology, and the social sciences. We pair these students with mentors from many different scientific backgrounds, who guide the REUs through projects that cross multiple fields. Recent project areas have included natural language processing, topic modeling, epidemiology, network theory, cell biology, and statistical physics. Projects have ranged from simulation to data analysis to proving theorems.

 Students are in residence in Santa Fe for approximately 10 weeks, from June 3 to August 11, 2018. Prior to their SFI residency, students are encouraged to complete the online course “Introduction to Complexity” available on SFI’s Complexity Explorer (complexityexplorer.org). Students also have the opportunity to attend part of SFI’s flagship Complex Systems Summer School. Throughout the summer, students are offered tutorials on the basics of data analysis, including concepts from computation, linear algebra, and statistics. Tutorials are also offered on science writing, presenting research, applying for jobs in science and how to pick a graduate school that is right for you.

Contact: 

email@santafe.edu

505-984-8800

 
Date:  Summer
Campus:  Geological Society of America (Boulder, CO.)
Description:  Application deadline of 5/2518 (extended from 3/01/18. Must be a student from one or more of the following groups: low-income, ethnic minority, first generation (i.e. the first in their families to attend college), non-traditional, women, veterans, LGBTQ, and/or students with disabilities.   For more information click here.
Contact: 

Tahlia Bear

tbear@geosociety.org

1-303-357-1066

 
Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  Rochester Institute of Technology
Description:  Application deadline of 3/2/18.  For more information click here
Contact: 

Joshua Faber

astroreu@rit.edu

(585) 475-5115

 
Date:  Summer 2018
Campus:  SUNY Stony Brook
Description: 

Application deadline: 02/16/18

Program highlights include:

  • Full-time, mentored research, for which students receive a $4,000 stipend
  • Weekly Research Methods and Graduate Education Preparation Seminars
  • Weekly professional development and social events
  • Housing* and meals, plus travel awards for those living more than 75 miles from campus (*Living on campus is mandatory from Monday - Friday during the duration of the program)
Contact: 

CIE_GraduateSchool@stonybrook.edu

631-632-1386

 
Date:  Summer
Campus:  University of Buffalo
Description: 

Application deadline of 2/1/18.  This summer internship is ideal for students interested in health sciences.  www.buffalo.edu/climb/climb-up

Contact: 

<climb@buffalo.edu>

 
Date:  4/20/18 - 4/21/18
Campus:  All campuses
Description:  Abstract deadline is February 19, 2018, and conference registration deadline is March 19, 2018.  For more information on SURC-Oneonta click here, and for SURC-MCC click here.
Contact: 

Ms. Kathy Meeker   (SUNY -Oneonta) <meeker@oneonta.edu>

1-607-436-2632

or Michaela Rehm   <michaela.rehm@suny.edu>

315-214-2418

 
Date:  4/4/18 - 4/7/18
Campus:  All campuses
Description: 

Deadline for registration is March 9. For more information click here.  Congratulations to the 4 NSF S STEM scholars who were selected to present!

Contact: 

ncur2018@uco.edu

1-405-974-NCUR (6287)

 
Date:  4/4/18
Campus:  Ammerman, Smithtown Building, T 109
Description: 

Luci Betti-Nash and Steve Nash; Scientific Illustrators at Stony Brook University.  They will talk about the importance of communicating science and how science and art have been interconnected throughout history

Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
 
Date:  3/20/18
Campus:  Farmingdale State College
Description: 

Long Island STEM Diversity Summit. Abstract submission deadline is 3/1/18. For more information click here.

Contact: 

Veronica Henry

veronica.henry@farmingdale.edu

631-420-2622

 
Date:  3/14/18 at 11:00 am
Campus:  Ammerman - Huntington Library
Description:  During Common Hour, STEM research scholars and their research will be presented at the poster session.  A reception and celebration of all clubs and science scholars will follow.
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
 
Date:  3/7/18 at 11:00 am
Campus:  Ammerman - Huntington Library
Description:  During Common Hour, STEM clubs will be demonstrating projects and inspiring students. 
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
 
Date:  2/7/18
Campus:  Ammerman - Smithtown Science T 109
Description:  Mr. Paul Siegel- transfer information regarding SBU’s programs including: S-STEM ASSETS ,NASA New York Space Grant at SBU, STEM Smart, STEM Tech, TechPREP, CSTEP, LSAMP 
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  12/22/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Description:  Deadline for NSF S STEM scholarship applications for consideration for Spring 2018
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  12/6/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Smithtown Science T 109
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  NSF S-STEM Program December Meeting in Smithtown Science T 109
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  11/1/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Smithtown Science T 109
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  NSF S-STEM Program October Meeting in Smithtown Science T 109
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  10/4/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Smithtown Science T 109
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  NSF S-STEM Program October Meeting in Smithtown Science T 109
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  9/6/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Smithtown Science T 109
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  NSF S-STEM Program Fall 2017 Kick Off Meet and Greet with Students and Mentors-
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  8/11/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Smithtown Science T 221
Time:  5:00 pm
Description:  Application deadline for NSF S STEM program for Fall, 2017
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  4/27/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Babylon Student Center,Montauk Point room
Time:  5:00 - 7:00 pm
Description:  NSF S STEM Recognition Ceremony, Thursday April 27 , 2017, 5pm - 7pm, Montauk Point room
Contact:  Susan Marano 631-451-4174
Date:  4/21/2017
Campus:  Grant Campus in Brentwood
Description:  The SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) is a multidisciplinary spring semester event hosted each year by a different SUNY institution. SURC brings together undergraduate student researchers and faculty mentors from across the SUNY system for a full day of activities, including sessions devoted to student presentations (oral, performance, artistic displays, and poster), luncheon with keynote speaker(s), a SUNY Transfer, Graduate School and Career Fair, and professional development workshops for students and for faculty.
Date:  4/18/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Brookhaven National Laboratory, Berkner Hall
Time:  9:30am to 12:30 pm
Description:  2017 LI STEM Hub Annual Celebration and Student and Industry Showcases Brookhaven National Laboratory, Berkner Hall Tuesday, April 18, 2017 9:30am to 12:30pm To register: www.listemhub.org/2017-li-stem-hub-annual-celebration
Contact:  Register now
Date:  4/14/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  SBU
Description:  SBU IMSD-MERGE Undergraduate Scholars. Deadline is April 14, 2017. Must be a junior during 2017-18 academic year application.
Date:  3/29/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Ammerman Campus Huntington Library
Time:  11:00 - 12:15
Description:  Reception and celebration of all clubs and science scholars. Wednesday, March 29 during common hour.
Contact:  Deborah Provenzano
Date:  3/25/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Brookhaven National Lab.
Description:  The new format for the Long Island Natural History conference includes a poster session. Abstracts of poster presentations describing research projects focusing on terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms and their environments on Long Island, NY are welcome.
Contact:  Dr. Kopelman at president@cresli.org
Date:  3/24/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Brookhaven National Lab.
Description:  The new format for the Long Island Natural History conference includes a poster session. Abstracts of poster presentations describing research projects focusing on terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms and their environments on Long Island, NY are welcome.
Contact:  Dr. Kopelman at president@cresli.org
Date:  3/22/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Ammerman Campus Huntington Library
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  STEM Clubs to come and do demonstrations in the library Wednesday, March 22 at 11 a.m - 12:15 p.m
Contact:  Deborah Provenzano
Date:  3/18/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Stony Brook University
Description:  The Center for Inclusive Education REU: Nanotechnology Program application due
Contact:  More information
Date:  3/17/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Farmingdale State College
Time:  8 am - 1:00 pm
Description:  Long Island STEM Diversity Summit at Farmingdale State College
Contact:  Dr. Candice J. Foley
Date:  3/3/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  RIT: Rochester Institute of Technology
Description:  NSF REU in Multi-messenger Astrophysics at RIT, Deadline March 3, 2017
Contact:  astroreu.rit.edu
Date:  3/3/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Description:  No description available.
Contact:  Dr. Kopelman at president@cresli.org
Date:  3/3/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Stony Brook University
Description:  Summer research internship at Stony Brook University - NIH BioPrep – Deadline March 3, 2017
Contact:  More information
Date:  3/1/2017
Campus:  Ammerman Campus in Selden
Location:  Ammerman Campus Huntington Library
Description:  March 1-15 STEM Posters displayed throughout the library
Contact:  Deborah Provanzano
Date:  3/1/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Description:  The GSA On To the Future (OTF) Program engages groups traditionally underrepresented in the geosciences. Provides students with opportunities to better understand the array of geoscience research and career options and build personal networks within the scientific and professional community. Provides partial travel scholarships for students to attend their first GSA Annual Meeting. Apply online beginning in early March 2017.
Contact:  Apply online beginning in early March 2017. 
Date:  3/1/2017
Campus:  All campuses
Location:  Smithtown Science T 1098
Time:  11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Description:  NSF S STEM scholars meeting: Alumnus Speaker
Contact:  Dr. Candice Foley
 
 
 
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