Gifts from undergraduate and graduate alumni, parents, and friends are vital to sustaining Princeton’s historic mission and keeping the University at the forefront of higher education.
Professor Charles Gillispie’s Legacy of Intellectual Leadership
Charles Gillispie, Princeton’s Dayton-Stockton Professor of History Emeritus, epitomized the qualities associated with an ideal professor: rigorous scholarship and a devotion to students. Professor Gillispie, who died in 2015 at age 97, co-founded the University’s internationally recognized Program in History of Science and helped to establish one of Princeton’s most esteemed awards, the Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Graduating Scholarship.
2017 Women in Leadership Conference
Princeton alumnae connected with old friends, made new ones, and heard from faculty members and administrators during the Women in Leadership conference April 6-7.
Assembly Required: Teaching Tech with DIY Computers
It was the summer after his junior year, and Mark Pavlyukovskyy ’13 found himself in a hospital bed in Paris, recovering from a mysterious illness that he had contracted while teaching children in a remote village in Ghana. “That whole experience made me realize that I wanted to help people in a scaled way, not just individually,” said Pavlyukovskyy.