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University Honors Employees with 2020 and 2021 Service Awards

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President Maurie McInnis presented Service Awards to SBU employees at two ceremonies September 14 and 15. Photos by John Griffin.

Stony Brook University employees who marked milestones of 25 years or more of service in 2020 and 2021 were recognized at two ceremonies September 14 and 15 at the Bauman Center for Leadership and Service.

A total of seven people celebrated 50 years of service in the last two years and topped the list of 622 employees who were honored at the two ceremonies. Honorees represented a broad spectrum of employees, including professors, doctors, counselors, administrators, leaders and more.

The seven 50-year honorees included Malcolm Bowman, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences; David Dilworth, Philosophy; David Ebin, Mathematics; Edward Feldman, Family Medicine; Gilbert Kalish, Music; Alan Tucker, Applied Mathematics and Statistics; and Barry Waldman, School of Dental Medicine.

President McInnis credited the years of hard work and achievement of the honorees for helping Stony Brook to become the top-ranked public university in New York and one of the top universities in the nation. “It’s your commitment, your guidance, your breakthroughs, and your service — which spans from more than two decades to literally half a century — that has made this possible,” she said.

President McInnis and the members of the University Council were invited to both ceremonies. Each awardee received a certificate and a pin. Honorees celebrating 40, 45 and 50 years of service were called to the stage to be recognized.

A total of 279 people achieved recognized levels of service in 2021: 83 reached 25 years, 109 reached 30 years, 60 reached 35 years, 19 reached 40 years, six celebrated 45 years and two celebrated 50 years.

In 2020, 343 people achieved recognized levels of service: 118 reached 25 years, 119 reached 30 years, 73 reached 35 years, 22 reached 40 years, five celebrated 45 years and five celebrated 50 years.

 

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