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Princeton Scholarships: Making Dreams Come True

November 23rd, 2015 / Development Com...

Matthew Kritz dreamed of coming to Princeton. He worked hard, got accepted, but worried that the expense might derail his dream. The University’s generous scholarship donors eliminated that concern. He is among the roughly 60 percent of undergraduates who are Princetonians thanks to financial aid, which is funded primarily by scholarship gifts.

Analyzing a Nation’s Transformation: The Center on Contemporary China

November 18th, 2015 / Development Com...

China—home to the largest population and second largest economy in the world—is the only superpower that is still in the process of being defined both domestically and internationally. The scope and speed of its transformation from an isolated, largely agrarian nation to one of great economic and political power is unprecedented in human history.

Firestone Library: Reinvigorating the Intellectual Heart of Princeton University

October 5th, 2015 / Development Com...

Since it opened in 1948, Firestone Library has played a central role in the lives of undergraduates, graduate students, faculty members, and visiting scholars. Now, a major renovation is infusing Firestone Library with new life. With the support of alumni and friends, the University is creating a more open and welcoming building that supports contemporary approaches to scholarship while honoring Firestone’s historic character.

Gift Establishes William H. Janeway Fund to Deepen Connections Between the Study of Finance and Other Fields of Economics

August 11th, 2015 / Development Com...

A $5.6 million gift from investor William H. Janeway ’65 has established a fund that will support collaborative teaching and research in finance and other fields of economics at Princeton University.

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