“Having been self-employed and having worked in private industry, I feel privileged to work at the University. What better way to say ‘thank you’ than to provide gifts that honor departed colleagues and support University causes in which I believe. My family has been involved with the University in one way or another for over 45 years. I know that the support I provide for scholarships makes a difference in the lives of the students. Quite honestly, if you do not come to work expecting to have a positive impact in the lives of the students, you should be in another line of work.”
—Paul Siegel ’97
Grateful alum, Paul Siegel graduated from Stony Brook University in 1997 with a Master’s degree in Technological Systems Management from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. He is also an employee of Stony Brook University, and is currently director of S-STEM I and II in the College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Department of Technology & Society.