On Nov. 3, more than 140 young alumni volunteers returned to Princeton for Annual Giving (AG) BootCamp, where recent grads (from the classes of 2009 to 2018) call, text, and Snapchat their classmates to ask them to make a gift to Annual Giving. The one-day event helps alumni hone their volunteer peer-to-peer fundraising skills and gives them an opportunity to give back to the University.
A special event for financial planners, wealth managers, and trust and estate counsel featuring presentations by Charles D. "Skip" Fox IV '75, Jennifer Jordan McCall '78, and James "Jay" Hughes Jr. '64 on tax reform and relationship issues related to legacy planning.
The University community welcomed the tenth cohort of Bridge Year volunteers -- incoming students who have deferred their freshman year to engage in public service projects abroad. Princeton faculty, staff, alumni benefactors, and former Bridge Year participants wished these new Princetonians well as they prepared to embark on their journeys.
December 2017 brought the most significant overhaul of the U.S. tax code since 1986, with profound impact on individuals, trusts, estates, and businesses-at least until 2025 when key provisions may expire. Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning hosted a breakfast for 1746 Society members at Reunions that featured a panel of Princetonian experts discussing recent changes in taxes and what they mean for individuals, trusts, and estates.
Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning hosted a breakfast for 1746 Society members at Reunions that featured a panel of Princetonian experts—Charles D. “Skip” Fox IV ’75, Jennifer Jordan McCall ’78, Howard “Scott” McCue III ’68, and moderator Richard Rampell ’74—discussing recent changes in taxes and what they mean for individuals, trusts, and estates.
Princeton alumnae connected with old friends, made new ones, and heard from faculty members and administrators during the Women in Leadership conference April 12-13. Speakers included Vice President for Campus Life Rochelle Calhoun and Psychology Professor Alexander Todorov.
Alumni, friends, and members of the University community gathered on October 6 to celebrate the dedication of the Lewis Arts complex, a village-like cluster of buildings—including the Wallace Dance Building and Theater, the New Music Building, and the Arts Tower—and public spaces that showcase the arts at Princeton. It was made possible with a $101 million gift from the late Peter B. Lewis ’55 and other generous donors, including Monte Wallace ’53 and Neil Wallace ’55.
In his nearly 50-year career, William D. Zabel ’58 has helped high-net-worth individuals to plan for and protect their loved ones and their legacies; at the 2017 Reunions seminar he shared fascinating stories and advice on how you can, too.
Princeton’s Office of Gift Planning hosted a program with an insightful discussion featuring prominent estate and tax attorney William D. Zabel ’58. Zabel shared fascinating stories from his career plus advice on protecting loved ones and personal legacies through thoughtful estate planning.
Princeton Research Day—the second annual celebration of research and creative endeavors by undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs, and other scholars—showcased more than 140 presentations on topics ranging from the metabolism of fruit fly embryos to theories on why large-scale, complex projects rarely—if ever—stay on schedule.