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Gift From Alumni Supports Princeton Entrepreneurship

A gift from three Princeton alumni—Peter Briger ’86, Gordon Ritter ’86, and a third who wishes to remain anonymous—has established a pilot funding program to support recent University alumni entrepreneurs and their startup companies.
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Gift Establishes Kahneman and Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy at Princeton

A $10 million gift will create the Daniel Kahneman and Anne Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy at Princeton, enabling the University to strengthen its leading role in this emerging field and improve the development of effective policymaking.
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Reunions Program on Estate Planning in the Digital Age

How do you manage, transfer, and protect your digital property, and how can digital assets be given as charitable gifts? Register now to hear three experts discuss “Your Online Legacy: Estate Planning in the Digital Age” on Saturday, May 30.
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Princeton Names Inaugural Cohort of International Streicker Fellows

Nine Princeton undergraduates will intern and conduct research internationally this summer as the University's first Streicker Fellows. The Streicker International Fellows Fund was established in 2015 to provide undergraduate students with the opportunity to carry out substantive research or educational projects while immersed in a foreign culture.
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$10 Million Gift from Alumnus Funds Music Building at Princeton

A Princeton alumnus and his wife have given $10 million for the Music Building that is part of the University’s arts complex under construction near University Place and Alexander Street. The building eventually will be named by the donors, who wish to remain anonymous for now.
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Recent People and Priorities

Repaying a Debt to Princeton—and to the United States

In 1963, when Fernando Aenlle-Rocha was not quite two years old, his family left everything in Cuba and sailed to America. He became the first in his family to attend college. “Princeton transformed my life,” he said. “It began the process of opening my eyes to opportunities and the rest of the world.”
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Janet Morrison Clarke ’75 Discovers Another Family at Princeton

Growing up outside Worcester, Massachusetts, the oldest of five girls, Janet Morrison Clarke ’75 believed her interests in art, design, and math would serve her well in her planned profession as an architect. She knew that Princeton had a top-notch architecture school. And when she read in Mademoiselle magazine in 1969 that the University was going co-ed, she thought, “I might be able to get in.”
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James E. Crawford III ’68, Annual Giving Committee

Back in high school in St. Louis, Missouri, Jim Crawford was a ham radio operator. Then he found out about computers, taught himself to program, and has never looked back. He majored in electrical engineering at Princeton, and took as many computer science courses as he could squeeze in.
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A Home for Creativity and Connection

In designing the new Music Building and Lewis Center for the Arts complex, architect Steven Holl sought to create a collective space that would relate to the rest of the campus. In this video, he discusses his vision for the project and University Architect Ron McCoy *80 describes the connections Princetonians have with the University’s venerable buildings, and the challenge that presents for this new generation of architecture. (Video by Jon Roemer)

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