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Lonnie Reece Smyth GS '10, Lewis Lukens '86 GS '03, and Marc Knapper '91 were named chargé d'affaires ad interim at the U.S. Embassies in Ireland, the United Kingdom, and South Korea respectively.
Gregory Katsas '86 was named Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Counsel to the President. He will serve in these posts from the White House Counsel's office.
Bradley Snider ’17, who formerly served as the president of the Princeton Poker Club, received $246,000 in prize money for winning the Freeze-Out event at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in August 2016. He plans to attend the World Series of Poker tournament in Las Vegas, Nev. this summer.
Destiny Crockett ’17 and Nicolas Trad ’17 have been selected to receive the Princeton ReachOut 56-81-06 Fellowships for year-long public service projects.
Anne Holton ’80 has been selected to be the Baccalaureate Speaker for the 2017 Commencement in May.
Three University professors and four University alumni have been named recipients of the 2017 Breakthrough Prize. The professors include visiting math professor Jean Bourgain and physics professors Simone Giombi and Frans Pretorius.
President-elect Donald Trump nominated Betsy DeVos P07 as the Secretary of Education for his administration.
This year, 12 University alumni are seeking election to the U.S. House of Representatives. Six alumni are running as incumbents. Eight are running as Democrats and four are running as Republicans. The six incumbents include Reps. Ken Buck ’81, Leonard Lance GS ’82, Derek Kilmer ’96, Jared Polis ’96, John Sarbanes ’84, and Terri Sewell ’86.
Led by Ariana Mirzada '18, a petition aiming to convince the University to allow Research Scholar Michael Barry '70 to offer courses about Afghanistan and the near east through the Wilson School is being circulated among University students.
Michael Barry ’70, former lecturer in the Near Eastern Studies Department, has been rehired by the University as a research scholar in the Liechtenstein Institute for Self-Determination at the Wilson School.
1,312 students have joined the Class of 2020 out of arecord-breaking29,303 applicants, comprising 4.5 percent of the past year’s applicant pool.
PHILADELPHIA —The United States is a great, strong country that depends on Americans achieving together, President Barack Obama told the Democratic National Convention in his closing remarks on Wednesday night.
Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, took the stage Wednesday night at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to praise Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's record and attack the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.
Pedro-PabloKuczynski GS '61 will succeed current Peruvian President Ollanta Humala on July 28.
Mercer County Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson ruled on July 6 that the University must disclose a statement of responsibilities between the University’s Department of Public Safety and the Princeton Police Department to Planet Princeton under the Open Public Records Act.
The Supreme Court’s decision inFisher v. University of Texas at Austin, which upheld affirmative action policies, will not affect any University practices, according to University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 in an interview with The Daily Princetonian.
On July 10, 2015, President Barack Obama nominated Beth Cobert '80 to serve as the Acting Director of the Office of Personnel Management. Prior to working at the OPM, she served in the Office of Management and Budget, and worked as a consultant for McKinsey for 29 years. She sat down with The Daily Princetonian to talk about her time at Princeton, her career and her excitement about Reunions.
Joe Kennedy '81 was the president and CEO of Pandora, an Internet music site that suggests songs that users might enjoy based on a complex algorithm. Currently, he advises budding entrepreneurs and early-stage companies seeking to make an impact in the technology field. Kennedy sat down with The Daily Princetonian to talk about his time at Princeton, and how his experience at the University led to his successful career.
Judge Colloton sits on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, and his chambers are in Des Moines, Iowa.
Michael Spence '66 received the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on information flows and market development. He is most well-known for his job-market signaling model, where employees signal their skills to employers by acquiring different amounts of education. Spence is currently on the faculty of New York University's Stern School of Business. He sat down with The Daily Princetonian to talk about his Princeton experience and his current research.