The Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities has a dual mission. It is both a center for academic research and collaboration and a forum for dialogue between researchers and practitioners in the field. There are many ways to support the Center and its mission. Below are just a few giving opportunities that can help bridge the gap between researchers, practitioners, and activists. All help us reach our ultimate goal: the development of boys and men in the service of healthy masculinities and greater gender equality.
Sponsored Research Project - These projects will summarize existing research in a field and provide a policy-oriented manual for activists to serve as the empirical research basis for their work.
Named Lectureship - For our named lectures, the center will invite a world-class scholar or activist to speak to the Stony Brook community, with special recognition, seating, and interaction for the donor. The topic of the lecture will be selected with the input of the donor.
Visiting Scholar Award - Supports a Visiting Scholar to work at the Center for one year, participate in center activities, teach a graduate seminar, lecture, and develop a program and course to offer upon return.
For more information on how you can support the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities, please contact Rebecca Bair at 631-632-6178 or email Rebecca.Bair@stonybrook.edu.