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- • Eigenvalue-hugging ecologist seeks solutions in numbers
- • VP takes personal approach to human resources
- • CIEE continues agenda with Malik at helm
- • Food choices explored at Nov. 16-17 conference
- • Program provides backup for caregiving needs
- • OSHA ensures access to records
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Name: Felicia Edwards.
Position: Assistant to Terri Harris Reed, the vice provost for institutional equity and diversity. Answering questions from University employees about the vice provost’s office. Researching policies and procedures. Acting as a liaison with human resources and facilities.
Quote: “I’ve been very fortunate to have worked with phenomenal people at the University. The chance to do something different every day is what brought me to Princeton, and working with such good people is what keeps me here.”
Other interests: Earning a master’s degree in labor and employment relations from Rutgers University. Acting as a member of the Child Placement Review Board, which helps the Middlesex County Family Court monitor the cases of children removed from their families. Baking cookies, muffins and cobblers.