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Archive – March 2011

Francois Morel, Albert G. Blanke, Jr., Professor of Geosciences and former director of PEI honored at award ceremony on March 29 at the 241st American Chemical Society national meeting.
Each spring, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology jointly award the Becky Colvin ’95 Memorial Award.
A video recording of the March 24 panel discussion "After the Earthquake: Japan's Nuclear Plant Crisis" is posted.
The Grand Challenges Program was launched in 2007 to help address historically intractable global challenges in energy and climate, sustainable development, and global health. Today, the Program involves over 75 Princeton faculty from 29 academic disciplines and hundreds of students as part of a novel approach to solving these problems.
Welcome to the 2011 issue of PEI News. Inside we share exciting stories that reflect the innovative and transformative work being done by our enterprising group of faculty, staff, students and alumni.
Inside we share exciting stories that reflect the innovative and transformative work being done by our enterprising group of faculty, staff, students and alumni.

PEI Research and Center News from Winter 2011.
Princeton seniors Hanna Katz, Karen Campion, Clare Herceg and John Torrey have been awarded 2011 fellowships from ReachOut 56-81, an alumni-funded effort to support yearlong public service projects after graduation.
It was another week of watching often bloody civilian revolt in the Middle East. What's happening now is historic, and what happens next may be even more significant.
Taking on global issues, a program pairs faculty and students in real-world research.