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.
On April 30, 2015, Princeton's Office of Gift Planning recognized members of the 1746 Society -- alumni, spouses, widows, parents, and friends who have included Princeton in their estate plans or made life income gifts -- at its annual luncheon.
Princeton alumnae gathered for the Women in Leadership conference April 30-May 1, 2015, to connect with one another and to hear from Princeton faculty members.
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.
Since the 1980s, residential colleges have been the first place Princeton undergraduates call home. Today, the University's two-year and four-year colleges are at the heart of student life, where freshmen through seniors and resident graduate students live, eat, learn, create, and grow together. We hope you enjoy seeing "A Day in the Life" within Princeton's six residential colleges.
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.
Two teams of Princeton University students will spend the summer introducing chamber music to young people in New York City and bringing together budding entrepreneurs in the Philippines, thanks to $10,000 grants from the Projects for Peace initiative. The program, which supports new and creative ideas for promoting peace around the world, funded 127 proposals this year.
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.
“Monumental and positive change” at Princeton inspired Pierce Selwood ’61 and Alexis Fuerbringer Selwood to establish a charitable remainder trust that benefits Princeton and Smith College. Read their story, which includes a chance meeting with Jimmy Stewart.