The Fields Center, located at 58 Prospect Avenue, opened in 2009. The renovated building was designed with the specific needs of the Fields Center in mind. One exciting feature is a visual arts gallery that allows the center to host exhibits. The facility also features large and small multipurpose rooms, a seminar room, a library with computers, a reception area and storage space for student groups. Students, faculty and staff can reserve rooms for events and programs.
Class of 1985 Meeting Room, 105
Located on the first floor, this flexible space can accommodate up to 35 for a small lecture. The room has a screen and mobile audiovisual set-up. This space was named by Mrs. Edgar Lupfer W42 in honor of her son, Jonathan B. Lupfer ’85, and his class.
Clark Muñoz Gallery
This reception area includes exhibition space and is a central gathering space for students, parents, faculty and friends attending events hosted in the new hall. This welcoming space has been named by two anonymous donors in honor of two much-missed members of the Class of 1981, Jaunine C. Clark and Fernando F. Muñoz, both of whom died within a few years of graduation. At Princeton, Clark and Muñoz were active in the Third World Center, Muñoz especially as an advocate for gay and lesbian rights.
Clinton Seminar Room, 205
Located on the second floor, this space can accommodate up to 15 for a small seminar. This space was named by Professor Cumrun Vafa *85 and his wife, Nooshafarin Vafa *85 in memory of Professor Emeritus Jeremy Clinton (deceased) of the Near Eastern Studies department. Cumrun and Nooshafarin met in Professor Clinton’s Persian Poetry class and developed a friendship with him during their time at Princeton.
Dickerson Room, 101
Located on the first floor, this cozy and comfortable lounge can accommodate up to 30 people. The room is furnished with a flat screen, LCD TV, soft seating, and a decorative fireplace. It was given in honor and appreciation of Janet Smith Dickerson, the former Vice President for Campus Life, upon her retirement from the University in 2010.