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Princeton partners with state authority to support diverse-owned financial firms and provide new investment options for college and universities in New Jersey .
A partnership between Princeton University and the New Jersey Educational Facilities Authority will expand opportunities for colleges and universities to invest with diverse asset managers. The collaboration is part of a larger Princeton effort to address systemic racism in many ways.
Colburn to step down as VP for communications and public affairs, join University of California system as SVP for external relations .
Brent Colburn, Princeton’s vice president for communications and public affairs, will step down from his position at the end of the summer and join the University of California’s Office of the President as the senior vice president for external relations and communications.
Tennyson is Princeton’s new director of Transportation and Parking Services .
Charles (Charlie) Tennyson has been appointed Princeton’s new director of Transportation and Parking Services following a national search to fill the position. He previously served for five years as deputy director of the department.
Princeton University kicks off second year of Summer Food and Nutrition Program to address pandemic-related food insecurity in Mercer County .
In collaboration with three area nonprofits, Princeton University's Summer Food and Nutrition Program is providing meals for local at-risk families, children and individuals.