Russian Courses – RUS111, 211, 213, 311

rusNeed to satisfy a language requirement? Check out these opportunities in the RUSSIAN program!  Check out the .pdf

A NATIVE SPEAKER OF RUSSIAN?
There’s a Russian course just for you!

RUSSIAN MINOR
The Russian minor is flexible and allows you to shape your own program of study.

QUESTIONS?
Contact: Prof. Westphalen: timothy.westphalen@stonybrook.edu
or Dr. Geisherik: anna.geisherik@stonybrook.edu

 


Study Abroad Information Sessions

study abroad

Study Abroad 101: What is Study Abroad and How Do I Learn More?
Wednesday, April 29
1:00 – 1:45 PM
Center for Italian Studies (E4340 of the Melville Library)
*This session will be especially helpful for students who have not yet studied abroad*

 Study Abroad and Your Future Career: Making Your Overseas Experience Work for You!
Wednesday, April 29
2:00 – 2:45 PM
Center for Italian Studies (E4340 of the Melville Library)
*This session will be especially helpful for students who have already studied abroad or plan to do so during Summer/Fall*

 


Summer Session: Native Peoples of North America

ANT 203: Native Peoples of North America

This course explores the cultures of North American native people considering their history

and societies. A strong emphasis is placed on a Native American perspective with readings

from Native American historical testimonies as well as readings from Native American

scholars. The photographs on this flyer are from Matika Wilbur’s, Project 562, an upcoming

photo project of contemporary Native American portraiture.

Class Meets: July 6 – August 15 – Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1:30PM till 4:55PM

Instructor: Madeline del Toro Cherney, Department of Anthropology

 

Summer and Fall Registration

Summer and fall registration is upon us!  In order to best prepare for your registration, please be mindful of the following:  Click on continue reading below.

  • CHECK SOLAR FOR YOUR ENROLLMENT APPOINTMENT
  • CHECK SOLAR FOR ANY HOLDS
  • VERIFY YOUR DECLARED MAJOR
  • SEEK ADVICE FROM YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR
  • REGISTER ON TIME AND FOR NEEDED COURSES
  • REVIEW CREDIT LIMITS
  • ENROLL IN AT LEAST 12 DEGREE APPLICABLE CREDITS IF YOU ARE A TAP or NYS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT
  • EXPLORE STUDY ABROAD AND NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE OPTIONS
  • SEEK PERMISSION IF YOU WISH TO RETAKE A COURSE

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National Student Exchange

JenHow would you like to study, research, intern, take SBC\DEC and Major classes at one of 200 participating National Student Exchange Universities in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam or Canada? Although the deadline has passed, there are still many opportunities to exchange for next Fall, Spring or Academic Year.

Visit www.nse.org & www.stonybrook.edu/nse for more information.  Contact Erika Benhardt, NSE Coordinator at erika.benhardt@stonybrook.edu or visit N 3071 in the Melville Library.