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- • Sloan survey team on a quest for the universe’s ‘rare birds’
- • Life of Emma Lazarus provides inspiration for Princeton’s Schor
- • Early admission offered to 597 students for class of 2011
- • Rabinowitz approaches science from dual perspective
- • Project brings new talent into focus for Princeton staff member
- • Jan. 15 King Day celebration centers on music
- • Ronald Kinchla, longtime psychology professor, dies
- • Employees recognized for completing educational programs
- • Spotlight, promotion, retirement
- • Faculty promotions, resignations
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Name: Dorothy Tilghman.
Position: Patrol officer in the Department of Public Safety. Providing crowd control at public events. Educating students and staff about crime prevention. Transporting students from University Health Services to a hospital or a doctor’s office for treatment.
Quote: “I get comments all the time on my name. Students say, ‘Hi, Officer Tilghman.’ They don’t forget. I admire President Tilghman a lot. I love to hear her speak. When she became president, I shook her hand and said, ‘Congratulations from one Tilghman to another.’”
Other interests: Attending Kingdom Church in Ewing Township. Spending time with her five children, six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Liz Ebel, a development office staff member for the past three years, has been promoted to director of leadership gifts.
She will be responsible for guiding the leadership gifts team as it raises funds for Princeton’s highest capital priorities and coordinates the work of capital volunteers.
Ebel joined the leadership gifts staff in 2003 and was promoted to senior associate director in 2005, coordinating Princeton’s capital fundraising efforts on the West Coast and in Asia. Since September, she has been serving as acting director of leadership gifts.
“Liz has demonstrated excellent management and administrative abilities,” said Michele Minter, director of development. “I am delighted that she has agreed to take on this important role.”
Before coming to Princeton, Ebel was a member of the development staff of the Lawrenceville School from 1996 to 2003. She earned her bachelor’s degree from George Washington University and currently is pursuing a master’s degree in education at the University of Pennsylvania.
Ebel succeeds Mary Baum, who is now associate dean of the faculty.
Calendar editor retires
Carolyn Geller, editor of the Princeton Weekly Bulletin calendar, is retiring. She joined the Office of Communications staff in 1982 and has been responsible for the weekly compilation of events, exhibitions and other activities since 1983.
Shani Hilton, a new staff member who has previously been a summer intern in the Office of Communications, is now serving as calendar editor. The process for submitting items to the calendar remains the same.