InformationThe form to the left is the online application for the 2014 Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists. If you are having trouble with the online form, you can contact the School of Journalism at email@example.com, or call 631-632-7403. You may also apply via mail using the documents below. All applications must be postmarked by April 21, 2014.
DEADLINE EXTENDED! You can now apply until April 21th.
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This year’s group of high school students reported on the University’s diversity plan, students registering voters, and why the Ducks are playing faster. Continue reading
This year’s group of high school students reported on the film festival, safety at the ballgame, a rehab program for the disabled, and mathematicians honoring John Nash. Continue reading
19 students attended this year’s institute and reported on Stony Brook’s new arena, students making an impact around the world and new initiatives from campus police.
This year’s group covered hard-hitting Stony Brook campus issues from a smoking ban to the new food pantry – and documented their work on Instagram and their blog. Continue reading
Students took photos, shot video, wrote stories and tweeted to report stories such as Stony Brook University’s new athletic facility and the Stony Brook University baseball team’s advancment to the College World Series. View more here! Continue reading
Sixteen students participated in the camp where they reported on issues such as marriage equality, the Stony Brook University film festival and the Health Careers Opportunity Program. Check out their work here! Continue reading
Students reported on the Equal Opportunity Program on Stony Brook University’s Campus and the environmental initiative taken by the Long Island Ducks. Learn more here! Continue reading