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- • Architecture students helping bring classic Russian play to life
- • Fagles, Lewis awarded National Humanities Medal
- Freshman Seminars
- • Cultivating a critical eye through art and science
- • Seeing culture through technology and technology through culture
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Name: Sara Ingraffia.
Position: Director of employee health in University Health Services. Seeing faculty and staff members who have work-related injuries in her role as a nurse practitioner, and coordinating their return to work. Providing immunizations and health advice for those traveling abroad for the University. Working on the health promotion program, which includes diabetes screening, cardiac risk assessment, a smoking cessation group and FluFest.
Quote: “Preventative medicine is really the best place to be. There’s lots of room for education and making people aware of what they can do to stay healthy. People really appreciate the time that we’re able to give them.”
Other interests: Traveling in the United States and abroad. Playing with her two golden retrievers. Spending time with her partner, Dr. Janet Neglia, who also works at the University.
Elisabeth Dorman has been selected as the University’s new director of graduate alumni relations.
Dorman comes to Princeton from Stanford University, where she worked in alumni relations and development for two years. She served as an alumni relations officer and as an assistant director with the Stanford Business School Alumni Association. She also worked as a senior communications officer in Stanford’s development office.
At Princeton, Dorman will be responsible for strengthening the relationship between the University and its 20,000 Graduate School alumni. She also will support the activities of the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni.
“I look forward to continuing and enhancing the programs and services we offer our graduate alumni and encourage all departments to contact Elisabeth with their ideas, suggestions and concerns,” said William Russel, dean of the Graduate School.
A graduate of Stanford, Dorman earned a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University. For three years, she worked as advertising and production coordinator for Boston-based Sail Magazine.
Dorman succeeds Alyssa Miksis, who has joined the development office staff as associate director of annual giving.
Effective Nov. 1: in the Office of Information Technology, senior Unix administrator Victor Bearg, after 41 years; in University financial systems, systems specialist William Groce Jr., after 38 years.