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Stony Brook StrongThe University has launched the #StonyBrookStrong campaign to acknowledge the strength of this community in facing the challenge of coronavirus, and in particular to thank the healthcare workers, faculty and staff who helped to support our region when it was needed most.

“Now is an ideal time, during National Nurses Week (May 6-12) and National Hospital Week (May 10-16), to acknowledge all those who were instrumental in responding to this emergency,” Interim President Michael A. Bernstein said. “We are calling on the entire Stony Brook community to celebrate how we are ‘Stony Brook Strong.’”

Campaign assets, including social frames, Zoom backgrounds, and social stickers, are available on the University’s brand site.

 

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