P E O P L E
Name: Marcie Citron.
Position: Program manager in the Program in Jewish
Studies. Providing a range of administrative services in
areas such as financial management, scheduling, events
coordination, academic program administration, publications
production and support services to faculty, students and
other University staff.
Quote: "I adore the faculty. The director and the
interdisciplinary committee that oversees the program are
the most brilliant and creative people. I feel blessed
because I work with them."
Other interests: Spending time with her husband
and two grown children. Traveling, reading, cooking (she
used to be a caterer and has taught French and Chinese
cooking) and going to the theater.
Pavel Podvig, a visiting researcher in Princeton's
Program in Science and Global Security, has received a
$75,000 grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur
The award, which will fund his study of Soviet and
Russian policy on missile defense, was one of 37 made
through the annual research and writing competition of the
foundation's Program on Global Security and
The worldwide competition was open to applicants whose
research topics illuminated the dynamics of international
security, sustainability and cooperation.
Frederick Gauges, a master instrument maker at the
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory from 1973 to 1985, died
Nov. 19 at Mercerville Genesis Nursing and Care Center in
Hamilton. He was 82.
A World War II veteran, he worked at RCA Electronics in
Hightstown before joining the PPPL staff. He was a former
officer at the Cook Athletic Association and Rainbow Rod and
Gun Club and was a member of the New Jersey Federation of
Sportsmen's Clubs and St. Raphael Roman Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Nellie; a daughter, Carolyn
Selmon of Hamilton; and a son, Lawrence of Hamilton. In lieu
of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the
Deborah Foundation, P.O. Box 820, Browns Mills, NJ
December 3, 2001
Vol. 91, No. 11
In the news
Memorial service set for Sept. 11 victims
Friend Center intended as a tribute and a crossroad
Princeton tool tops dictionary
Lewis: Strong sense of history compels Muslims
Biotech pioneer, New Yorker editor honored
Clark finds volunteer work for local Red Cross rewarding
Campus UW drive continues
Miller named to head Alumni Council; Taylor to remain on staff part-time
Seniors chosen for Marshall awards
By the numbers: Campus building
Calendar of events
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