What is LEAP!?

The first annual LITS Employee Appreciation Party (LEAP!) is being held in the Cox Hall Ballroom on May 14 from 11:30 to 1:30, where we will honor our LITS colleagues with awards for outstanding service and significant contributions. Hosted by Rich Mendola and organized by the PATH (People, Awards, Town Halls) Committee, LEAP! will feature a plated lunch, followed by a presentation by Emory Historian, Gary Hauk.

. There will also be door prizes and giveaways.

Because there is a plated lunch, you must register to attend. Please register by April 30 at http://emorylib.info/leap

The PATH Committee also coordinated the reformatted LITS Town Hall, held on November 14. Our Significant Contribution awards will be presented at the LEAP! event rather than our annual Town Hall meetings. Both the committee and the two events were developed in response to a division-wide survey from last year.

The goal for this event is to create a lively experience in which ALL LITS employees are invited to attend, as opposed to the previous luncheon format in which only service award winners and their managers would attend. In addition, the committee saw that the old service award format was too similar to the separate Service Awards Luncheon, organized by Emory HR, and held this week.

photo of a partyImmediately following LEAP!, please join us downstairs for the annual LITS Game Day in the Computing Center at Cox HallLITS Game Day will feature Team Trivia, a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker tournament, Virtual Reality, Cornhole, Just Dance, and various popular video games and board games. Also note that even if you are unable to register and attend the LEAP! party, you are invited to participate in LITS Game Day as it is a “drop-in” event and we therefore don’t have a specific limit on seating.

 Once again, please register today as LITS says “Thank You!”

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