Event celebrates Goheen Fellowship



Princeton NJ -- A reception honoring former Princeton President Robert Goheen and his wife, Margaret, took place March 22 at Prospect House. The event celebrated the creation of the Goheen Fellowship, endowed last year by individuals and foundations at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina. The fellowship is part of a program that identifies talented scholars at a breakthrough moment of their work and provides financial support and an environment conducive to producing the best new work in the humanities.

ABOVE: Richard Talbert (from left), the first holder of the Goheen Fellowship, chatted with Conrad Plimpton of Princeton, a member of the National Humanities Center board of trustees, and the Goheens. Talbert, a professor at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, edited the "Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World" published recently by Princeton University Press.

BELOW: On hand to congratulate Goheen (left) were President Harold Shapiro and former President William Bowen.


April 2, 2001
Vol. 90, No. 22
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