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Princeton NJ -- Fund-raisers gathered in the Third World Center Nov. 13 to kick off the annual campaign in support of the United Way of Greater Mercer County. From left, Cheryl Morris of alumni records and Jack Stryker of maintenance received materials from campus United Way coordinator Karen Woodbridge of community and state affairs and Eva Rosen of the Educational Technologies Center. They are among 130 campus volunteers who are distributing pledge cards for the campaign, which runs through Dec. 15 on the main campus and takes place Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. Anyone who has questions or needs another pledge card should contact their departmental campaign volunteer, look at the United Way home page at <http://www.princeton.edu/pr/uw/> or contact Woodbridge at 258-5656 or <mailto:email@example.com>. Plasma physics employees should contact the lab's United Way campaign chair, Mary Ann Brown, at 125-3045 or <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Princeton NJ -- The University's Web Strategy Task Force has posted a survey for users of the Princeton Web site, including all members of the University community.
It can be accessed from a link in the lower left of the University home page or by going directly to <www.princeton.edu/WebSurvey/PU_Web_Survey.html>. The survey is online through Monday, Dec. 31.
The task force is seeking feedback that will help shape the future of the Web site's core pages. Part of the survey seeks to determine which services and information are top priorities among the Web site's users. Questions especially for faculty and staff members include details about their departments' own Web site creation efforts.
Princeton NJ -- Nineteen students got up early Nov. 7 to have breakfast with President Tilghman at Lowrie House. Tilghman plans to host such breakfasts occasionally during the year in order to provide another opportunity for conversations with students in a small-group setting.
Princeton NJ -- President Emeritus Harold T.
Shapiro and his wife, Vivian, took a stroll
following the dedication of Shapiro Walk on Nov. 9.
The new pathway, designated by a marker, extends
the historic McCosh Walk to the east between
Washington Road and Olden Street. The trustees
approved the naming of the walk last spring to
commemorate the couple's 13 years of service to the
Princeton NJ -- President Emeritus Harold T. Shapiro and his wife, Vivian, took a stroll following the dedication of Shapiro Walk on Nov. 9. The new pathway, designated by a marker, extends the historic McCosh Walk to the east between Washington Road and Olden Street. The trustees approved the naming of the walk last spring to commemorate the couple's 13 years of service to the University.
Deadline. In general, the copy deadline for each issue is the Friday 10 days in advance of the Monday cover date. The deadline for the Bulletin that covers Dec. 3&endash;9 is Wednesday, Nov. 21. A complete publication schedule is available at deadlines or by calling (609) 258-3601.