The Aspire campaign has provided Princeton with a number of new endowed chairs, which will help the University continue to maintain a world-class faculty in a range of disciplines.
An enterprise as varied and far-reaching as the University requires support from many quarters, in ways both large and small. Princeton’s loyal alumni continue to meet this need with generosity and creativity.
Two Princeton students—Hassen M. Yesuf ’10 and Fatu S. Conteh ’10—have been awarded $10,000 by the Davis Projects for Peace, to build a well and redevelop a spring in Jorit, Ethiopia, during the summer of 2009.
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.
Princeton’s gift planners highlight creative ways of giving to the Aspire Campaign, including some gift arrangements you may not know about.
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.
The beauty of the Princeton campus is legendary, thanks in part to the many walkways, benches, and sculptures that dot the carefully tended landscape. Many of these distinctive elements were made possible by the generosity of thoughtful donors who wanted to make a mark on the campus they love.
Members of Princeton's class of 1967 are honoring the spirit and loyalty of their class by giving the University a new dormitory: the Class of 1967 Hall in Butler College.