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- • University expands family-friendly policies for graduate students
- • Students gain more exposure to wealth of academic options
- • Harold Powers, versatile scholar of music, dies at 78
- • U-League offers summer camp
- • Niehaus family to endow Center for Globalization and Governance
- • Seniors earn ReachOut 56 grants for public service
- • The ‘continuum’ of support for graduate students
- • Employees honored for dedication and service
- • Spotlight, Staff retirements, Staff obituaries
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By the numbers
Service Recognition Luncheon
Princeton NJ — A total of 323 University staff members with a collective 6,315 years of service were honored for their dedication March 28 at the annual Service Recognition Luncheon (see article in this issue).
• 3 employees with 45 years of service.
• 11 employees with 40 years of service.
• 14 employees with 35 years of service.
• 25 employees with 30 years of service.
• 53 employees with 25 years of service.
• 60 employees with 20 years of service.
• 83 employees with 15 years of service.
• 75 employees with 10 years of service.
All employees received certificates of recognition embossed with a special copper-engraved rendering of Nassau Hall by Michael Graves, the Robert Schirmer Professor of Architecture Emeritus. Those with 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 years also received gifts ranging from inscribed mantel clocks and watches with the design of the University shield on the dial to gold pins of the University seal and chairs bearing a copy of the University seal.
See related article in this issue