Care.Connection.Community with Paul Dylik

Thursday, Apr 16, 2020

A message from Paul Dylik

Paul Dylik, Assistant Director, Grad/Catering, pauses during preparations for the Alumni Day luncheon amongst the set up and plated tables and chairs. February 2020.

Paul Dylik, Assistant Director, Grad/Catering, pauses during preparations for the Alumni Day luncheon.
February 2020

It's really hard to imagine that only a few weeks ago we were planning the biggest events of the year: The Human Resources Recognition Awards, Princeton Previews, and Reunions 2020. We were planning meetings, conferences, and serving a few hundred meals for our graduate students in Procter Hall and life as we know it was normal. We never realized that just a few weeks later our "normal" would change dramatically and simple things that we did on a daily basis would no longer be possible.

To be a part of the Princeton University Campus Dining team makes me really proud! The team has come together and pulled resources to ensure our students that remain on campus are being well taken care of. Our team plays a very important role in making sure the students and the community of Princeton University are well fed and safe!

Cristian Vasquez, Director of Retail and Catering, and Paul Dylik, Assistant Director, Grad/Catering, during the Campus Dining End of Year celebration. June 2019.

Cristian Vasquez, Director of Retail and Catering, and Paul Dylik, Assistant Director, Grad/Catering, during the Campus Dining End of Year celebration.
June 2019

At this point, let's hope that that this situation will be over sooner rather than later.

Stay positive. Stay safe. Be well.

-Paul Dylik, Assistant Director for Grad/Catering

 

 

 

 


A message to our community

As we acclimate to the new ways on campus, I realize so much has changed in just a few days. Some of the things that gave me the most joy, such as meeting with our students, talking with you during special events, or meeting my colleagues can no longer happen in the same way, at least for the time being. Along with my team, I wanted to think of ways to keep our connections alive, continue to show our care, and engage with our community. That being said, we are starting a new series called, Care.Connection.Community through which we will share messages with you.

Stay healthy and be well,
Smitha
dining@princeton.edu