Faculty, staff and graduate students should begin submitting nominations for undergraduate awards, which will be presented on April 22, 2013, recognizing students in the categories of Academic Excellence and Outstanding Achievement.
Awards for Academic Excellence are given for academic accomplishments that go beyond the classroom experience. Awards for Outstanding Achievement are presented for excellence in activities that relate to the co-curricular life of the University and surrounding community.
Nomination forms can be found online.
Guidelines and Eligibility Criteria
• Students must be matriculated, have completed at least two semesters at Stony Brook and be enrolled for at least nine credits.
• Previous winners may be recognized, but the recognition must be for new achievements. Students may be nominated by faculty, staff or graduate students. A selection committee composed of members of the University community will review the nominations and select recipients.
• Although students will be given an opportunity to submit relevant supplementary material in support of their nomination, letters of reference play the most significant role in forming the committee’s decision. It is important, therefore, that you describe in detail the student’s specific accomplishments, above and beyond good performance and completion of curricular requirements.
Nomination materials must be received no later than Friday, February 8, 2013.
The University’s 31st Undergraduate Excellence and Outstanding Achievement Annual Ceremony will be held on Monday, April 22, 2013, at 7 pm in the Student Activities Center Auditorium. This ceremony provides an opportunity to publicly honor the outstanding accomplishments of our undergraduate students and the faculty and staff who mentor them.