Staff in the News
Princeton adopts plan to support more diverse-owned businesses, broaden pool of University suppliers .
The University works with diverse-owned businesses whose services range from construction to computing. However, the new Supplier Diversity Action Plan sets out to do more. The plan builds on the Office of Finance and Treasury's existing program and is part of a larger University initiative to address systemic racism.
#TellUsTigers: Alumna Satterthwaite on academic stress and ‘devoting 15 minutes a day to your happiness’ .
Students share their #TellUsTigers Instagram stories about mental health and finding community, compassion and hope.
Princeton’s first Muslim Chaplain Imam Sohaib Sultan dies .
Sultan, an inspirational leader for the Islamic community at the University and within New Jersey, died April 16 of cancer. Faculty, staff and students from across religious affiliations, academic departments and administrative offices remembered Sultan for his warmth, compassion, dedication, humility and, in true Princeton spirit, his service to humanity.
Princeton employees honored for special achievement, service and management leadership .
More than 500 Princeton University employees are being recognized for their dedicated years of service, along with six staff members who were named as President Achievement Award recipients and two employees who received the Donald Griffin ’23 Management Award winners.