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Archive – February 2011

Business plans presented for developing rooftop rain collection technologies in Bangladesh, constructing solar charging battery stations in Afghanistan, and recycling electric car batteries in Nicaragua were the winners of the Princeton Class of ’76 2011 Green Business Plan Competition held on February 26, Alumni Day.
Stephanie Tatham ’04 describes the fascinating environmental advocacy work she has pursued since graduating in her new position as an environmental lawyer in Denver.
Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman William Clay Ford Jr., a 1979 Princeton University alumnus, will share his insights in "The Auto Industry: From Recovery to Revolution," this year's G. S. Beckwith Gilbert '63 Lecture, at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 15, on the University campus.
Princeton University senior Emma Yates has won a prestigious Churchill Scholarship, which provides support for study at the University of Cambridge to students who show great promise in research.