The Office for the Integration of Research, Education, and Professional Development (IREP) serves as a central resource for students, postdocs, faculty and staff engaged in Stony Brook's research and educational missions in order to ensure that undergraduate and graduate students and postdoctoral scholars (postdocs) receive a well-rounded and multi-dimensional education.

     

    Participants
    • Master's Students
    • Doctoral Students
    • Professional Students
    • Postdoc
    Skills Emphasized
    • Communication and presentation
    • Writing
    • Professional networking
    • Personal finance
    • Research development
    • Project management and budget management
    • Job search
    • Mentoring
    • Leadership
    • Data science
    • Science policy
    • Technology commercialization
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Teaching
    • Research ethics
    • Career planning
    Services Offered
    • Courses
    • Seminars
    • Workshops
    • Fellowship Application Support
    • Individual Development Plan (IDP)
    External Partners
    • Private companies/industry
    • Non-profit organizations
    • Federal agencies
    • Other universities and/or colleges
    • Alumni
    • Entrepreneurs/Self-employed
    University Collaborations
    • Career center
    • Academic Departments
    • Graduate School
    • Center for Communicating Science
    • Program in Writing and Rhetoric
    • Teaching and learning center
    • University Libraries
    • Center for Inclusive Education

     

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