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PACE Center 15th Anniversary

Pace Center for Civic Engagement Celebrates 15th Anniversary

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement celebrated 15 years of making service part of the Princeton experience with a gathering on March 24. The event featured remarks from Burton Malkiel, the Chemical Bank Chairman's Professor of Economics Emeritus who was instrumental in establishing the center, John C. Bogle ’51, one of its founding supporters, Reverend Karen Hernandez-Granzen of the Westminster Community Life Center in Trenton, Pace Center Executive Director Kimberly de los Santos, and students.

Louis Bacon's Moore Charitable Foundation establishes Science-to-Action Fund at Princeton

In a unique effort to combine the expertise of university scientists and conservation organizations, Louis Bacon’s Moore Charitable Foundation has pledged $1.25 million to establish the Science-to-Action Fund at Princeton University. The fund will support environmental research that advances scientific understanding and practical, on-the-ground solutions in order to ensure the sustainable and rational use of freshwater for all.

Karen Hammerback Sonneborn ’95, Annual Giving Volunteer

Karen Sonneborn calls herself “a soft-sell volunteer. I know everyone has their own giving priorities. But when people understand how important Annual Giving is to the University, they are usually happy to contribute.” A leadership chair and participation solicitor, she has frequently served on her class's special gifts committee. She is also a member of the committee that oversees Princeton's Bridge Year Program.

1746 Society event in Palo Alto

Family Philanthropy Gatherings in Northern California

Family philanthropy was the focus of two recent  gatherings organized by Princeton's 1746 Society in San Francisco and Palo Alto. James ("Jay") Hughes Jr. '64, author of Family Wealth: Keeping It in the Family, spoke to Northern California alumni about how families and their advisers can preserve intellectual and financial assets across generations.  Sarah E. Stein '97, president of Hall Capital Parners LLC, offered investment perspectives in San Francisco on March 4, and Victoria Paige Bailey '01, executive director and senior banker at J.P.

Computing the Human Experience

Humanists traditionally have spent long hours in archives poring through books, letters, and ephemera, laboriously piecing together information. Today, digital technology has streamlined and galvanized this process. Now scholars can not only quickly access and preserve different kinds of information but also identify connections among their discoveries, creating new data for scholars around the world.

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