• Four faculty members recognized for outstanding teaching
• Fourteen new faculty members appointed
• Eight faculty members transfer to emeritus status
• Seven selected for endowed chairs
• Promotions, resignations
Research and teaching
• Princeton awarded $2.2 million for biology education
• Institute fosters partnerships to help region
• Tiny transmitters allow researchers to follow flies
• Ward unravels bacteria’s role in global nitrogen cycle
• Suburbia a rich source of scholarship for Princeton historian
• Princeton scientists explore the next frontier of stem cell research
Hannah Ross (photo by John Jameson)
Name: Hannah Ross.
Position: University counsel. Providing advice in a variety of areas, including privacy, disabilities and accommodations, compliance, real estate, health services and contractual issues.
Quote: “The incredible range of legal work for the University keeps my job interesting, and it’s rewarding to feel that I am helping make great research possible in some way. Disability law and reasonable accommodations is an area of particular interest to me, and it’s an area that the University is focusing on right now.”
Other interests: Yoga and biking. Taking trips to Terhune Orchards and the Philadelphia Zoo with her husband, Tom Adelman, and their 2-year-old daughter, Camilla.
Effective May 1: in dining services, food services worker Carolyn Phillips, after 45 years; in public safety, proctor supervisor Robert Tallman, after 37 years; in building services, janitor Winston Thornton, after 15 years.
May: Eric Johnson, 60 (1999-2006, plasma physics lab); Rose Law, 61 (1996-2006, dining services).
April: John Vallace, 83 (1959-1986, plasma physics lab).
May: Frances Dimmick, 79 (1980-1992, plasma physics lab); Matthew Edgar, 82 (1974-1989, plasma physics lab).