By JAMES EVANS
The University’s 990 form for the 2010 fiscal year, submitted to the IRS in lieu of a tax return, shows that members of the Princeton University Investment Corporation received three of the top five salaries among all those paid to University employees for at least the third year running.
By JAMES EVANS
Wilson School professor Anne-Marie Slaughter will not be moving to Washington, D.C. following her appointment as president of the think tank New America Foundation. Slaughter will be leaving her post in academia but will continue to reside in Princeton with her family. Continue reading
By DAILY PRINCETONIAN STAFF
A joke e-mail sent April 3 to students by the Dartmouth president’s office warned students of the presence of a “zombified student” who had been exposed to an experimental pathogen in the college’s Life Sciences Center. Continue reading
By LOULLY SANEY
Eric Chen ’14 and Daniel Kriz ’14, two juniors in the math department, are among the 271 winners nationwide of the 2013 Goldwater Scholarship, through which they hope to pursue Ph.D.’s in mathematics. Continue reading
BY LOULLY SANEY
Pulitzer Prize-winning author and editor of The New Yorker David Remnick ’81 will speak to the Class of 2013 at Class Day this spring, the Class Day committee announced Thursday afternoon. Continue reading
BY LILY DATILLO
Electrical engineering professor Mung Chiang has been awarded the Alan T. Waterman Award, the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for young researchers.
Chiang studies economic, technological and social networks, using innovative mathematical methods to analyze these networks and ultimately design better, more powerful ones. According to an NSF press release, Chiang’s efforts to connect theory with practice made him an impressive candidate for the prize, which recognizes a researcher’s originality, innovation and impact on his or her field. The award, which is given each year to one person under the age of 35 working in any scientific or engineering field, comes with a $1 million research grant to be used in any field the recipient finds exciting.
By ELLA CHENG
Princeton has experienced warmer winters than usual over the past two years, affecting the University’s heating costs and the sales of local businesses. Continue reading