Stony Brook University & FIT 



FIT Holds Fashion Show at Songdo Hyundai Premium Outlet

The fashion show and exhibition held by FIT of the State University of New York Korea, at Songdo Hyundai Premium Outlet on Saturday, June 5, ended in success. The event featured various programs, including the exhibitions of fashion works, fashion shows, fashion exhibitions, and natural dyeing experiences. Using natural dyeing techniques on Korean paper, the designers presented eco-friendly fabrics on the theme of “memories” and received positive responses. FIT Professor JEONG Jae-man said, “The hanji (Korean paper) fabric used in this fashion show has been certified for 99.99% antibacterial property. The natural dye used in the antibacterial fabric is absorbed through skin pores and helps treat atopy and lung cancer.” A SUNY Korea admission/promotion booth was also set up to provide helpful information to visitors. A small event for high school students and citizens was also held. The admission/promotion booth gave small gift to those who add SUNY Korea as a Plus Friend on Kakao Talk. Students with a high school student ID were given special packages on a first-come, first-served basis.


High School Teachers and Students of Incheon, Visited SUNY Korea

Forty students from Incheon Songdo High School and 47 students from Incheon Wondang High School visited SUNY Korea. The students were provided with a presentation on general information about SUNY Korea, and a campus tour.  Professor Terence OLIGA gave a special lecture on ‘Vision’ to Incheon Wondang High School students. In the lecture, the Professor emphasized the necessity of setting goals for students and explained the usage of English at SUNY Korea. SUNY Korea hopes that the students were motivated to have passion to realize their dreams throughout the visit.


Graduate Panel Event, Spring 2021

SBU and FIT hosted the first graduate panel event in the spring of 2021. Five graduates from SBU, four graduates from FIT, and special guests were invited to the panel.

SUNY Korea Career Development Center (CDC) hosted the event to provide enrolled students with the opportunity to communicate with graduates working in various fields.

SBU graduates, who are working for world-renowned companies in the strategic planning, start-up, and app development fields, gave realistic advice to enrolled students through the zoom meeting. 

FIT graduates, working in fashion design, cosmetics companies, and digital marketing also talked with enrolled students about their careers and interests. After the event, most of the students who responded to the CDC survey responded that the alumni panel was “very helpful” for career preparation and that the event was “more than expected.”