Staff in the News
‘Nothing is mandatory, nothing is graded’: What we learned at Wintersession .
From snow sports to bio-inspired engineering to insights from Olympian Allyson Felix, journalist Kara Swisher and ‘Morning Joe’ Scarborough, the Princeton community explored new ideas in the spirit of discovery.
How to volunteer with intention and purpose .
Help your community service have more impact and meaning with these best practices from Princeton University’s John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement.
Lianne Sullivan-Crowley will retire as vice president for human resources .
During her more than 15 years leading Human Resources, Sullivan-Crowley has fostered a work environment that enables staff to contribute to Princeton’s teaching and research mission at the highest possible level. She will continue to serve in a special projects role for one year before retiring from the University.