Princeton Weekly Bulletin   February 11, 2008, Vol. 97, No. 15   prev   next   current

Princeton students combine creative and academic pursuits in many ways

By Jennifer Greenstein Altmann

Senior Carlos Jiménez Cahua can be found most evenings at the digital photography lab at 185 Nassau St., scanning his pictures into the computer, editing them in Photoshop and printing them out as 8-by-10 images. Jiménez Cahua’s passion for photography has taken him to Lima, Perú, on a Princeton fellowship to photograph landscapes and cityscapes, and to Florence, Italy, where he spent a semester studying at the Studio Art Centers International. He has done all of this while majoring in chemistry.

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Engineering school’s growth targets societal needs

By Teresa Riordan

In many ways, H. Vincent Poor, a 1977 graduate alumnus who became dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Science in June 2006, epitomizes Princeton’s tradition of the teacher-scholar.

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University launching redesigned website

The University is launching a redesigned home page and main website intended to be more user friendly and to feature multimedia technology showcasing the accomplishments of students, faculty and staff.

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Alcohol coalition seeks information at workshops

By Ruth Stevens

A series of workshops to gather information from students, faculty, staff, alumni and community partners on high-risk alcohol use among students is scheduled for three Fridays in February.

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Six named 2008 Scholars in the Nation’s Service

The University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs has selected six students to be the 2008 cohort of Scholars in the Nation’s Service, chosen from a pool of Princeton juniors interested in pursuing careers in the U.S. federal government.

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Lederman wins Keasbey Scholarship

Senior Harvey Lederman has been awarded the Keasbey Scholarship, which provides the opportunity to study at selected British universities.

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