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Join Us for an Upcoming Alumni Program

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Dream jobVirtual Recent Graduate Career Retreat
Wednesday, February 2, 2022 | 1 pm to 3 pm

This two-hour retreat is meant for recent graduates who are transitioning to the world of work. Alumni who attend this retreat will be provided with the foundational tools needed to create a job search action plan for their first job after graduation.

Alumni will learn how VIPS (values, interests, personality, and skills) relate to opportunities for career growth. Further, we will explore how to properly research careers and companies, develop a target company list and a more systematic approach to the job search process. The workshop will be interactive and provide alumni with the needed foundation to gain clarity and the tools to begin career exploration and land a job.

Registration is required through Zoom »

This program is an Alumni Career Services offering brought to the by the Alumni Association and the Career Center.


Complexions balletBLA x Ballet: A Unity and Cultural Experience
Saturday, February 5, 2022

Come celebrate Black History Month and connect with fellow alums over appetizers and refreshments before enjoying the Complexions Contemporary Ballet at the Staller Center.

6 pm to 7:30 pm
Reception
Wang Center Lobby

8pm
Complexions Contemporary Ballet
Staller Center, Main Stage

Register here »

Tickets are $75 per person and include appetizers and refreshments.

Your support will benefit student scholarships.

Proof of vaccination and masks are required to attend this event.


Renaissance School of Medicine 50th Anniversary Panel Presentation: Medical Education from Overhead Projectors to Zoom
Thursday, February 10, 2022 | 6 pm

As Renaissance School of Medicine turns 50, we’re planning exciting events for alumni and friends. The first, scheduled for February, will feature an esteemed panel of alumni sharing memories and discussing their medical education and how it has evolved over the years—from the 1970s to the present. Following the panel, breakout sessions will be hosted for alumni, where you can do some of your own reminiscing. CME credits available. 

Please join us for Stony Brook Medical Education: From Overhead Projectors to Zoom. 

Register here »

Moderator: Kaitlin Monroig – MS4

Faculty Panelists Representing Each Half-Decade of Graduates:
1974-1979 – Lucy Palmer, MD ’79 (Medicine)
1980-1984 – Sharon Nachman, MD ‘83 (Pediatrics)
1985-1989 – Marsha Tanenberg-Karant, MD ‘89 (Psychiatry)
1990-1994 – Todd Griffin, MD ‘93 (Ob/Gyn)
1995-1999 – Cara Harth, MD ’98 (Neurology)
2000-2004 – Jason Kim, MD ‘03 (Urology)
2005-2009 – Angela Kokkosis, MD ’05 (Surgery)
2010-2014 – Patricia Ng, MD ‘12 (Medicine)
2015-2019 – Marshall Leonard, MD ’16 (Emergency Medicine)
2020-2024 – Justice Achonu, MD ’20 (Resident in Orthopaedics)


Stony Brook University Alumni and Friends Networking Event at the ACS Conference in San Diego
Monday, March 21, 2022 | 5 pm to 6 pm

Reconnect with your fellow alumni and faculty from the Department of Chemistry during the American Chemical Society’s Annual Conference. 

Register here »


Virtual programSpring Virtual Job and Internship Fairs

The Career Center invites job seekers and employers to join us at for an upcoming virtual job and internship fair this spring:

IT and Engineering Job & Internship Fair
Friday, February 11, 2022
1 pm to 5 pm
Registration Deadline: February 4, 2022

Alumni Job Seekers »
Alumni Employers »


Business, Communications and Journalism Job & Internship Fair
Friday, February 18, 2022
1 pm to 4 pm
Registration Deadline: February 11, 2022

Alumni Job Seekers »
Alumni Employers »

 

Healthcare, Research and Human Services Job & Internship Fair
Friday, March 4, 2022
1 pm to 4 pm
Registration Deadline: February 25, 2022

Alumni Job Seekers »
Alumni Employers »

Questions? Contact Kimberly Dixon, Director of Employer Engagement and Diversity at kimberly.dixon@stonybrook.edu.

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