Gifts from undergraduate and graduate alumni, parents, and friends are vital to sustaining Princeton’s historic mission and keeping the University at the forefront of higher education.
Thoughts on Giving Back from a Legend in Legacy
In his nearly 50-year career, William D. Zabel ’58 has helped high-net-worth individuals to plan for and protect their loved ones and their legacies. In this short video, he reflects on giving back, what Princeton means to him, and more.
Lee Gift Strengthens Teaching, Research, and Access to Education at Princeton
A gift from University Trustee Anthony H. P. Lee and his wife Sharon will strengthen Princeton’s mission of teaching and research by endowing a professorship in math, funding education and training related to high-speed computing, and creating a new scholarship.
Bequest from Robert H. Taylor ’30 Supports Princeton University’s Library
In honor of a generous bequest from Robert H. Taylor of Princeton’s Class of 1930, Princeton University’s librarian will now be known as the Robert H. Taylor 1930 University Librarian. The gift will also support and expand the library’s Special Collections and establish a new position: Curator of the Robert H. Taylor Collection at Firestone Library.
The Artful Gamer: José Rico ’18 Conjures Digital Worlds
Computer science major José Rico ’18 believes video games have the potential to be much more than entertainment. He sees them as an artistic medium with the ability to deliver a message or explore an idea, but driven by an element other art forms lack—the imagination of the game player.