The SBU Faculty Profiles website is available to Stony Brook University faculty across all campuses. The new site is a single place where faculty can update and review their faculty profile. The site acts as the primary repository for several data points and aggregates data from other sources. NetID authentication is required to sign in to update a faculty profile.
The new website can be reached at http://www.stonybrook.edu/facultyprofiles. Your campus NetID and password are required to sign in to update your profile.
In addition to acting as the primary repository for several data points, the Faculty Profiles website aggregates data from several different sources.
Name, title, department, contact information, and identifiers come from PeopleSoft and are updated daily. Degrees come from PeopleSoft. To correct any inaccuracies in the name, title, department, contact information, or identifiers listed above, please contact the Human Resources IS group at 2-1701.
Grants information comes from RFSUNY’s Oracle Business System. Data available 2001 onwards. All data updated daily. To correct any inaccuracies in grants data, please contact the Stony Brook Research Office at email@example.com with the RF award number and your role on the award.
Proposal information comes from COEUS. Data available 2010 onward. Last updated July 9, 2013. To correct any inaccuracies in Proposals data, please contact the Stony Brook Research Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with the COEUS proposal number and your role on the project.
Course information comes from PeopleSoft. Last updated Spring 2013. To correct any inaccuracies in course data, please contact your Undergraduate and Graduate Program Coordinator.
Courses from East Campus’s CBASE are not currently available.
Publications can be added through this system. Some publications have been made available by Academic Analytics. Last updated Spring 2013. Publication information can be edited through the Faculty Profiles system.
The Faculty Profiles website is being developed in phases: