Renowned foreign correspondents come to Stony Brook every year to talk to our students,
the campus and community about the vital importance of international reporting, and
what it is like to be on the front lines.
The School of Communication and Journalism's study abroad program gives students a
chance to experience and report on a different country. We've visited Cuba, Kenya,
South Korea and Turkey, among others.
Awarded to a graduating senior or master's student, this competitive fellowship offers
international reporting experience.
The Marie Colvin Center offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year to honor the causes for which Marie Colvin gave her life:
- human rights, democracy and freedom of expression;
- justice for victims of war and gender-based violence;
- impact of conflict on migration, refugees and displaced people; and
- attention to the resilience, safety and well-being of reporters at risk
All Colvin Center events are free and open to the public.
Marie Colvin Distinguished Lecture
Hot Topics & Special Events
Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Elections in Brazil.
The Colvin Center convenes reporters and other experts to discuss some of the biggest international issues of the day.
Journalism Without Walls
International Reporting Fellowship