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- • With eye on global warming, students analyze campus emissions
- • Sustainability efforts moving ahead
- • Collaborations with students fuel Benziger’s drive
- • Princeton sets third consecutive applications record
- • Dance festival to feature work by faculty, students, guest choreographers
- • Community House honors ‘Unsung Heroes’
- • Archives exhibition tuned to the times
- • LaMarche named vice provost for space programming, planning
- • Four seniors named 2007 Marshall Scholars
- • Two elected to National Academy of Engineering
- • Spotlight
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With eye on global warming, students analyze campus emissions
Princeton students concerned about global warming are taking a close look at how the University can contribute to solving the problem.
Sustainability efforts moving ahead
Sustainability efforts at Princeton are advancing under the leadership of Shana Weber, who joined the University this summer in the newly created position of sustainability manager.
LaMarche named vice provost for space programming, planning
Paul LaMarche, a longtime University employee, has been named vice provost for space programming and planning, effective March 1.
Two elected to National Academy of Engineering
Stephen Chou and Sergio Verdu, professors of electrical engineering, have been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the greatest honors in the engineering field.
Princeton sets third consecutive applications record
The University set another record this year for students applying for admission, receiving 18,891 applications for the class of 2011.
Collaborations with students fuel Benziger’s drive
All of the fuel cells developed in Jay Benziger’s lab run on hydrogen, but much of his research is powered by the chemical engineering professor’s collaborations with undergraduates.
Dance festival to feature work by faculty, students, guest choreographers
The University’s 2007 Spring Dance Festival on Feb. 23-25 will feature advanced student performers in new work by New York-based guest choreographers James Martin and Christopher Williams, dances by three faculty members and pieces by student choreographers.
Community House honors ‘Unsung Heroes’
Local families who opened their hearts and homes to black students attending Princeton in the late 1960s and early 1970s will be honored at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, during a reception at the Fields Center.
Four seniors named 2007 Marshall Scholars
Princeton seniors Tamara Broderick, Neir Eshel, Tianhui (Michael) Li and P.G. Sittenfeld have been awarded 2007 Marshall Scholarships for graduate study in England.
Archives exhibition tuned to the times
A new exhibition, “Tune Every Harp and Every Voice,” at the Mudd Manuscript Library draws upon the library’s rich holdings to document more than two centuries of musical life on campus. On view from Feb. 19 until July 27, the display demonstrates that the history of music at Princeton bears witness to the changes of the University as a whole.