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Professor Ted Taylor

From Butterflies to Tomorrow’s Chemists: Professor Emeritus Ted Taylor Helps Discovery Take Flight

April 22nd, 2016 / Development Com...

In his four decades on the Princeton faculty, Ted Taylor earned the admiration of his students and colleagues for his cheerful nature and commitment to rigorous research. Even in retirement, he has continued to support and shape new generations of scientists by establishing the Edward and Virginia Taylor Professorship in Bioorganic Chemistry and the Edward C. Taylor Fellowships for third-year graduate students in chemistry. The fellowships allow Princeton to fund students for three years—a rarity in higher education—freeing them from the need to tie their research interests to grant support.

Ted Taylor event

Princeton Celebrates Professor Emeritus Edward C. Taylor

April 22nd, 2016 / Development Com...

Faculty, alumni, and members of the University community gathered on April 5 to honor Edward C. "Ted" Taylor H10, the A. Barton Hepburn Professor in Organic Chemistry Emeritus, with a chemistry symposium, reception, and dinner. Professor Taylor recently strengthened teaching and research at Princeton by establishing the Edward and Virginia Taylor Professorship in Bioorganic Chemistry and the Edward C. Taylor Fellowships, which provide funding for third-year graduate students, a rarity in higher education.

Princeton Pause April 2016: Shin-Yi Lin *11 and Matt Weber *09

April 15th, 2016 / Annual Giving

As scientists, Shin-Yi Lin *11 and Matt Weber *09 have chosen to lead the life of the mind—together. As they embark on their careers, Princeton is in their DNA. Shin-Yi and Matt volunteer for Graduate Annual Giving, Career Services, the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, and the Alumni Council. And they bring their daughter and son to the Cotsen Children’s Library, making the pursuit of knowledge a family tradition.

PACE Center 15th Anniversary

Pace Center for Civic Engagement Celebrates 15th Anniversary

April 1st, 2016 / Development Com...

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement celebrated 15 years of making service part of the Princeton experience with a gathering on March 24. The event featured remarks from Burton Malkiel, the Chemical Bank Chairman's Professor of Economics Emeritus who was instrumental in establishing the center, John C. Bogle ’51, one of its founding supporters, Reverend Karen Hernandez-Granzen of the Westminster Community Life Center in Trenton, Pace Center Executive Director Kimberly de los Santos, and students.

Louis Bacon's Moore Charitable Foundation establishes Science-to-Action Fund at Princeton

March 28th, 2016 / Development Com...

In a unique effort to combine the expertise of university scientists and conservation organizations, Louis Bacon’s Moore Charitable Foundation has pledged $1.25 million to establish the Science-to-Action Fund at Princeton University. The fund will support environmental research that advances scientific understanding and practical, on-the-ground solutions in order to ensure the sustainable and rational use of freshwater for all.

1746 Society event in Palo Alto

Family Philanthropy Gatherings in Northern California

March 20th, 2016 / Gift Planning

Family philanthropy was the focus of two recent  gatherings organized by Princeton's 1746 Society in San Francisco and Palo Alto. James ("Jay") Hughes Jr. '64, author of Family Wealth: Keeping It in the Family, spoke to Northern California alumni about how families and their advisers can preserve intellectual and financial assets across generations.  Sarah E. Stein '97, president of Hall Capital Parners LLC, offered investment perspectives in San Francisco on March 4, and Victoria Paige Bailey '01, executive director and senior banker at J.P.

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