Name: Kevin Ghorm.

Position: Development analyst in the Office of Development. Analyzing trends in development, looking at different populations of donors, creating spreadsheets and writing reports. He joined the staff last October.

Quote: "Being a Princeton graduate (class of 1999) helps me a lot in my job, because I already have an understanding of how the University works from the student side -- that complements what I'm learning as a staff member. The people here in development are great. It's a very supportive and nurturing environment."

Other interests: Serving on the board of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni, volunteering with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program in Princeton, taking a class on Web site design, working out, reading and cooking.


Alyssa Miksis has been named director of graduate alumni relations in the Graduate School. She will be working toward strengthening Princeton's relationship with alumni of the Graduate School by re-examining existing programs and developing new initiatives.

Miksis comes to Princeton from The Juilliard School, where she was associate director of alumni affairs for three and a half years. She also worked in the publishing industry for five years at Oxford University Press and at Elsevier Science Inc.

A graduate of Haverford College, Miksis has studied at the University of Kent at Canterbury in England. She is a member of the board of directors of the Garden State Philharmonic in Toms River, N.J.

Staff Retirements

Effective April 1: in risk management, manager Syma Falk, after 26 years; in building services, lead painter Eugene Parysz, after 12 years.

Effective Feb. 1: in building services, foreman Claudia Hubbard, after 46 years.

Staff obituaries

Current employees

March: Ibrahim Sulu, 63 (1985-2003, building services); Barbara Volz, 52 (1976-2003, Firestone Library); Charles Wood, 55 (2002-2003, research collections and preservation consortium).

Retired employees

March: William Haupt, 83 (1958-1982, maintenance-Forrestal); William Weissenburger, 87 (1958-1984, plasma physics laboratory).



May 5, 2003
Vol. 92, No. 26
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Page one
From settler to scientist: Student returns to finish his degree after 26-year sojourn
In tight economy, Princeton remains committed to aid

Bush selects Rosen for economic post
Juniors win Truman Scholarships to prepare for public service careers
Library acquires papers of eminent mathematician

Keaney was a longtime member of the classics department
Geller to retire in June after 35 years at Princeton
Spotlight, appointment, retirements and obituaries

Calendar of events
Nassau Notes
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