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Stronger Together Employee Appreciation Event on March 4

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Stronger togetherFaculty, staff, teaching assistants, student employees, West Campus and East… Stony Brook appreciates your contributions all year long. This Friday, March 4, we invite you to join us at the Charles B. Wang Center as we celebrate you on National Employee Appreciation Day.

In a special Stronger Together event sponsored by the Office of the President and the University Council, we hope you’ll take a break from your office, lab, classroom, hectic schedule to enjoy coffee, tea, hot chocolate and cookies … on us! It’s also a chance to:

  • Step away from your computer screen and come see your colleagues in person

  • Express your appreciation for each other as we collect ‘colleague notes of gratitude’ you can fill out, which we will publicize in the future

  • Learn more about HR, Healthier U/Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Ombuds resources and services, with some free giveaways

  • See the roster of Staller Center for the Arts/Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery happenings and get a special 10% off discount code for upcoming shows

  • Stop by the Athletics table for men’s and women’s lacrosse schedule posters, SBU bumper stickers and keychains, and $6 tickets to any lacrosse game of choice (offer only valid for those who come up to the table)

  • Enjoy fun photo ops with Wolfie, who will be making a special appearance at the event, too, from approximately 12-1 p.m.

  • And, come by the Wang Center table to learn about current and upcoming Asian American programs and special events

WHERE: Charles B. Wang Center (across the street from the Administration Building and next door to the Staller Center/Zuccaire Gallery); signs in the front lobby will direct you to the event

WHEN: This Friday, March 4, stop by any time between 11 am – 2 pm

Hope to see you there!

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