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Answering the Call: Bill Hardt ’63 retires after 47 years at Princeton

October 1st, 2018 / Advancement

In his 47 years as a leader with Annual Giving, Bill Hardt '63 has never failed to answer the call. “The core of the program is the ethos that this isn’t the institution reaching out to the flock as much as it is alumni coming together to say, ‘We want to see Princeton continue to prosper and we’re going to put our shoulder to the wheel to make this happen,’” Hardt says.

Victoria Baum Bjorklund '73

Power Forward

October 1st, 2018 / Gift Planning

Like any savvy basketball player, Victoria Baum Bjorklund ’73 knows when to pivot, when to rebound, when to charge forward. As one of the pioneers of Princeton coeducation, she used those skills when negotiating campus culture and throughout her professional career.

Douglas Chin

Douglas Chin '83: The First Generation Lays the Treks for the Next

July 24th, 2018 / Advancement

Douglas Chin '83 is a prime example of how a Princeton education can be a "rocket booster for students seeking socioeconomic mobility"—in his case, almost literally. The flight-obsessed son of Chinese immigrants, Chin became an aerospace engineer who helped propel—and protect—generations of NASA astronauts.

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