The success of the University's comprehensive fundraising campaign, Aspire: A Plan for Princeton, in securing a strong future for Princeton depended on the full involvement of all its alumni.
A new alumni-led enterprise will involve black graduates more deeply in the life of Princeton University as leaders, volunteers and donors.
Students in Butler College returned to campus to find sparkling new dorms and gracious new landscaping this fall, when the last of the University’s planned four-year residential colleges opened in time for the start of classes.
On April 16 Princeton dedicated the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, named in honor of Dennis J. Keller ’63 and his wife, Constance Templeton Keller.
The new home of the Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering (ORFE) and the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) was dedicated on April 4 in honor of the late John J.F. (Jay) Sherrerd ’52, one of Princeton's most active, devoted and beloved alumni.
Former Annual Giving Chair and current Aspire Campaign Co-Chair Robert S. Murley '72 presented distinguished achievement awards to the leaders of last year's Annual Giving campaign.
On November 20, the University celebrated the official dedication of its new state-of-the-art Peter B. Lewis Library, designed for research and teaching in the electronic age.
At Alumni Day 2008, Annual Giving Chair Raj Vinnakota ’93 presented awards to the year's top alumni volunteers.
More than 700 alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends gathered under banners bearing striking images and inspiring words in Jadwin Gymnasium Friday evening, November 9, to kick off Aspire: A Plan for Princeton.