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- • Labyrinth bookstore to open in Princeton as Micawber closes
- • Branker hits high note in leading jazz program
- • Alumnus funds pedestrian bridge to link two sides of campus
- • Forum addresses need to improve access to education
- • Clothing drive, other outreach planned
- • Promising scholar Ricardo Krauel dies at age 40
- • Ying-shih Yu selected for Kluge Prize
- • Faculty appointments, promotions
- • Spotlight
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Name: Julie Choe.
Position: Administrative assistant in the Office of the Dean of the College. Handling scheduling for Dean of the College Nancy Malkiel and Associate Dean Peter Quimby. Conducting research on a variety of topics in higher education. Assembling and editing materials for various publications. Helping to plan award dinners.
Quote: “I love the exposure I get to the myriad facets of this office’s responsibilities. It’s a great way to get to know a lot of different people who are spread all across campus.”
Other interests: Serving on the board of directors for the Farm School, an educational farm in Massachusetts. Growing organic vegetables. Traveling with her husband, Jim, especially to developing countries.
September: James Watson, 50 (1990-2006, psychology).
October: Michael Septer, 39 (1994-2006, public safety).
November: Dan Oberst, 58 (1987-2006, information technology); Barbara Sutton, 52 (1986-2006, population research).
September: William Pieslak, 81 (1961-1986, plasma physics lab); Richard Shamon, 77 (1957-1990, plasma physics lab).
October: Zaira Allen, 84 (1972-1983, library); Harrison Schanck, 82 (1966-1989, maintenance).
November: Helen Fairbanks, 91 (1967-1978, library); Glenn Feller, 85 (1976-1997, plasma physics lab); Edward Hill III, 63 (1969-1999, plasma physics lab); Richard Holzbaur, 89 (1962-1982, plasma physics lab); Frances Landolfi, 78 (1981-1993, real estate finance); Sophie Monaghan, 74 (1985-1995, plasma physics lab); Gordon Mudge, 87 (1965-1980); Robert Randolph, 78 (1953-1994, building services); Silas Snead, 73 (1959-1996, plasma physics lab).