B Y   T H E   N U M B E R S

Alumni in government service

Princeton University has a long roll of notable graduates who went on to careers in government service, including:

• nine founding fathers;

• two presidents; and

• more than 40 governors, 30 cabinet members, 200 members of Congress and 100 ambassadors.

Princeton alumni who currently are pursuing careers in government service include:

• U.S. Senators Paul Sarbanes '54, Christopher Bond '60 and William Frist '74, who also is the Senate majority leader;

• U.S. Representatives James Leach '64 and James Marshall II '72;

• Governor of Maryland Robert Ehrlich Jr. '79;

• Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld '54;

• FBI Director Robert Mueller III '66;

• Mitchell Daniels '71, director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Executive Office of the President; and

• Joshua Bolten '76, deputy chief of staff for policy in the White House.

 
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February 24, 2003
Vol. 92, No. 17
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Contents

Page one
Princeton joins brief asking court to uphold affirmative action policies
Making connections: Rosen sees changes in Muslim culture up close
University heightens security measures

Inside
International students offer world of ideas
•  Allen explores diverse range of interests
•  Chaubey adjusts to life here by getting involved
•  Ng pursues career and passion at Princeton
•  Rahim focuses on global issues in and out of class

People
VP Mulligan to leave in June
Spotlight
Happer and Ong named to endowed professorships

Sections
Nassau Notes
By the numbers: Alumni in government service
Calendar of events


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