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Company Overview of Princeton University
Princeton University is an educational and research institution that provides academic programs in arts and sciences. The university offers undergraduate, graduate, doctorate, and professional education. It focuses on areas such as anthropology, architecture, chemistry, computer science, biology, neuroscience, economics, geosciences, operations research, and civil and environmental engineering. Additionally, it provides degrees in languages, sociology, humanistic studies, cognitive sciences, linguistics, renaissance studies, politics, public affairs, and urban and regional planning. Princeton University also offers international internships, summer language courses, and volunteer and work pr...
Princeton, NJ 08544
Founded in 1746
Key Executives for Princeton University
President, Trustee and Chairman of Honorary Degrees Committee
Vice President for Finance and Treasurer
Vice President and Senior Adviser to President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Princeton University Key Developments
Princeton University Names Jessica Lee as Director of Admission
Dec 1 16
Jessica Lee, who has served in senior admission positions at Princeton University and Barnard College, has been named director of admission at Princeton, effective December 1, 2016. Reporting to Dean of Admission Janet Lavin Rapelye, Lee helps oversee the operations of the undergraduate Office of Admission and the management of admission staff. In her new role, Lee coordinates the student recruitment
and selection process, working with Rapelye to develop long-term goals and policies and to implement recruitment strategies, including those supporting the racial and socioeconomic diversity of the incoming class. Lee will help oversee admission staffing issues and assist Rapelye with strategic planning efforts. She also will work closely with senior admission staff to manage the office's technology systems. Before coming to Princeton, Lee worked at Barnard College's Office of Admissions, serving as associate director of admissions and as a senior admissions officer.
Princeton University Names Kevin Heaney as Vice President for Advancement, Effective Immediately
Nov 21 16
Kevin Heaney, acting vice president for development who joined Princeton in 2015 after more than 20 years in fundraising leadership at other universities, has been named the Princeton University's first vice president for advancement, effective immediately. In this new position, Heaney will oversee the Office of Development and the Office of Alumni Affairs, creating the first comprehensive advancement model in Princeton's history. In leading the new Office of Advancement, Heaney will oversee a staff of more than 180 people. Heaney will play an integral role in designing the next University campaign to advance priorities put in the strategic planning framework that the University's trustees adopted earlier this year. Heaney will serve as a member of the president's cabinet, and he will play a strategic role in working with Eisgruber to maintain positive and productive relationships with key University donors and stakeholders, as well as the entire alumni body. Since March of this year, Heaney has served as acting vice president for development. He came to Princeton in March 2015 as deputy vice president for development. While at Princeton, Heaney has worked to enhance best-practices fundraising efforts, including launching innovative approaches to stewardship and donor engagement and emphasizing staff collaboration and motivation. This fiscal year, the development office's front-line and operations staff, in partnership with campus colleagues and alumni volunteers, exceeded the fundraising target of $262 million.
Princeton University Appoints Rebecca Graves-Bayazitoglu as Director and Associate Dean
Aug 4 16
Rebecca Graves-Bayazitoglu has been appointed director of Princeton University's McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and associate dean of the college. She began her new position July 18. Graves-Bayazitoglu has worked at Princeton since 2003, most recently as dean of Whitman College for nearly a decade. As director of the McGraw Center, she will support faculty members who seek to enrich their courses with new materials, methods or technologies. She also will oversee the center's many programs and services in support of student learning and academic success including tutoring, study halls and academic skills workshops. Graves-Bayazitoglu succeeds Lisa Herschbach, who is now head of the upper school division for a new independent school opening in Bentonville, Arkansas.
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