Stony Brook University is an internationally recognized research university offering the finest graduate degree programs available. Our collaborative relationship with Brookhaven National Laboratory and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory make the University an ideal choice for students interested in the sciences.
The Center for Inclusive Education, a division of the Graduate School, is home to Stony Brook's graduate and postdoctoral level programs increasing the participation of underrepresented students in graduate study and the professoriate: The New York State funded Dr. W. Burghardt Turner Fellowship; The NSF funded LSAMP-BD and the AGEP-T FRAME; The GEM Fellowship; and the NIH funded IRACDA NY-CAPS and IMSD-MERGE. The Center provides direct services for over 175 students and postdocs across all disciplines. Our mission is to promote action and knowledge that broadens the participation of disadvantaged Americans in higher education, the scientific work force and the Academy.