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- • Dale winner to take musical journey across America
- • Berry ‘completes the circuit’ to find a home in neuroscience
- • Wu gifts promote excellence in engineering and across campus
- • Wilmerding leaves a legacy of Pop art to Princeton
- • Library acquires papers of Sir Frank Kermode
- • Princeton team advances to next stage in ‘urban challenge’
- • Students put classroom learning to work for Honduran legislators
- • University to consolidate points accounts
- • Four honored for their work mentoring graduate students
- • Tilghman joins in discussion on ‘Women at the Top’
- • Spotlight
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Name: Blanche Anderson.
Position: Graduate administrator for the Ph.D. program in the Department of Sociology. Assisting the director of graduate studies. Guiding Ph.D. students through the general exam and Ph.D. process. Aiding professors in assembling materials for class and for articles. Maintaining a computer database for the program.
Quote: “The people in sociology are wonderful — I’ve worked in the department for 33 years. It’s like a family. I love the students. It’s a very nice place to be.”
Other interests: Planting perennials in the Lawrenceville Community Garden. Reading about philosophy and religion. Volunteering to visit housebound seniors in Princeton. (photo: Denise Applewhite