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The the CareerBuilders Challenge, wheredecades, and this time he decided to Haydenville native off-season project he had posted one of his two topsstay there. Bob Toski had been has expanded the during his rookie season. He was the crown, a victory modernized the Pros honoredhired as a full-time assistant at The at Hyannisport in kitchen, added diningIsland Country Club on Marco Island, GreatHorse created outdoor patio with includes most all of Berkshire opened in space and renovated County in Western Mass.
Kelley, 59, GreatHorse after removed to make courses. Tee Party help maintain first-class conditions. Hillman being named as the RolandChampionships. He also ranks fourth Longmeadow Country Club head The directive follows a plan set in place Stafford Award winner and assistantall-time in the Section with nine golf professional Tim Quirk has by noted Ross restoration specialist pro Peter Egazarian earned the Playerindividual major tournament victories.
Quirk will be honored for his Southwick Country Club was soldover for Kelley. David Pollard, a year For the first time since and Donald Ross design had also worked development. William Najam had member at the hole course on thesecond time in 16 years, a Western in the same capacity at Twin Hills CC owned the hole semiprivate course Eastern slopes of the Berkshires, andMassachusetts golf course will host in Longmeadow and The Blandford since the s, who had purchased wife Helen closed on the year clubthe Massachusetts Open.
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You fly added Raines. Class of Athletes Pursuing a Student Sport in College A record seventeen senior student-athletes from the Class of will continue their sport at their respective colleges.
The varsity boys lacrosse team had a banner season, successfully defending both the Mercer County and the Prep B Championship titles for the second straight year. Far more important than the wins, losses, and championships was the brand of lacrosse exhibited by these boys. The girls varsity lacrosse team finished the season with their third consecutive State Championship with a decisive win over Montclair Kimberly Academy. Days after the boys returned, they won their first highly contested regular season game against Conwell Egan High School The remainder of the season was a roller coaster ride.
Highlights included a comeback victory against crosstown rival Princeton High School, wins over Prep A opponents Peddie and Lawrenceville, and a memorable victory over Gil St. Bernard, , at TD Bank Park. The team finished the season with a record of 10 wins and 10 losses and many positive memories.
Head Coach Brian Dudeck thanks all the PDS baseball parents for their positive support throughout the season, and his players for their unwavering dedication and commitment. Boys Varsity Tennis Record: Varsity golf enjoyed a successful season with a strong group of underclassman competing in a league with other experienced, talented prep school teams.
The team truly competed in every match and improved each week as the season progressed. Coach Brian Mochnal is excited for the coming spring as he only lost two players from this team. Highlights of the season include 3rd place in the Prep Championship, and 5th place out of 17 teams in Mercer County Tournament. Highlights of the softball season included wins over crosstown rivals Pennington School and Lawrenceville School.
Head Coach Paul Lano felt that the close losses, which brought the team much closer to where they wanted to be, were equally important highlights. The team was made up of eight skaters with a range of abilities. Coach Courtney Hodock is grateful to all of the skaters for their commitment and courage, and looks forward to another great season next spring. Student-athletes from all teams and all grades in the Upper School, as well as 8th grade, were invited to the campus center for a special program about promoting character through athletics.
The film debuted in the McAneny Theater in the spring, and each varsity player and coach was given a copy to take home. For more about Ashley Cavuto, please see page Post Season Accolades A great many players were recognized by our local media post-season, and published on our website in late June.
It is worth noting that two coaches were also recognized: The girls and boys tournaments will happen on two different weekends this year. Minerva Grants for Professional Development These grants provide financial support for members of the Princeton Day School faculty to enhance the craft of teaching through conferences, seminars, graduate study, or other such opportunities as the award winners may determine.
Recipients will have demonstrated records of superior achievement in and beyond the classroom, as well as evidence of great promise in the years to come.
This grant is awarded each year to underwrite an outstanding proposal — submitted by a faculty member s — which in the eyes of the Head of School and Division Heads most clearly advances the pursuit of teaching excellence at Princeton Day School. Ostro Grant for Interdisciplinary Education This grant provides ongoing incentive for increasing and strengthening interdisciplinary studies at Princeton Day School.
This grant provides ongoing incentive and financial support for enhancing science education at Princeton Day School. The Whitlock is an award for the faculty, by the faculty: And while, on any given day, one or more of them may play that role, there is one who regularly both advises the Princeton Day School powers that be, even as he communes with the invisible forces of the universe: An Introduction to Hinduism.
Having every right to be satisfied with the status quo of his courses, Dave Freedholm led a bold reimagining of the ninth grade history and religion course, creating with his colleagues a core experience to inform and enlighten every member of that class.
Through the generosity of the Center, From left to right: Tarshia Griffin-Ley, Tara Quigley, Amy the Fellows engage in interdisciplinary work Beckford, Cindy Peifer, Jessica Clingman, Pam Flory, and share their findings with their faculty Emily Gallagher, Carolee VanDervort, Jason Park, and colleagues, as well as in forums beyond Maryann Ortiz the school community, including national independent school conferences and other discipline-specific professional gatherings.
Here are the Fellows and their projects:. In collaboration with 7th grade science teacher Jack Madani, they will incorporate their new understanding and knowledge into the 7th grade Earth Science curriculum. The objective of their attendance at the workshop is to bring back strategies for increasing engagement, including tools for making connections and increasing motivations amongst students.
The curriculum incorporates real-world, globally relevant issues that incorporate sustainability and are interdisciplinary. Thomas is a recent graduate of Brown University, where he received a degree in Biology and Ecology. They also had the opportunity to learn about the role of teachers as researchers, and to create their own action research project to be implemented at PDS this year.
Schomburg is completing his 25th year as a member of the Princeton Day School faculty. Two Princeton Day School teachers have received this distinguished award in the past: Prior to PDS, Jonathan worked on multi-disciplinary teams at Cornell University, Nike, Beats by Dre, and Apple, where he developed expertise in industrial design, product development, and mechanical engineering. In a conversation with the Board of Trustees at its annual retreat in November, , Head of School Paul Stellato shared his vision of a broad expansion and enhancement of academic and co-curricular program.
By the close of that November meeting, the Board of Trustees had endorsed an expansive, allencompassing plan for the coming decade, elements of which would strengthen the experience of every student and faculty member.
Within the year, Mr. Stellato had empaneled task forces to review and make recommendations for the implementation of twelve curricular and co-curricular initiatives. From those efforts, he and members of the Leadership Team, together with leadership from the Board of Trustees, endorsed the first set of programs to move forward. That first group consisted of four initiatives: With the recommendation of the task force in hand, Mr.
Leon Lee Rosenberg to lead the Committee. Rosenberg has been a member of the PDS science faculty since , teaching courses on genetics to Upper School students. In addition, he served as Interim Science Department Chair in the academic year.
Before joining the faculty at PDS, Dr. Before joining BMS, Dr. With his vast experience in higher education and the private sector, Dr.
Rosenberg was an ideal choice to lead such an ambitious charge. About the Committee, Dr. We knew what we had to do and, essentially, we had nine months to do it. It required a very disciplined effort. The Committee met for approximately two hours each week through the course of the school year, focusing on the deliverables of space and program. In the end, they accomplished the tasks. In this course, taken once a week, students are able to apply what they are learning in math and science to solve real-world problems.
In the year, the STEAMinar theme will be water; students will explore myriad questions and problems about water across all disciplines, ranging from water supply and scarcity, to purity and filtration. I believe the Engineer Your World course is nearly perfect, as it. In doing so, it would create both a new passage from the Upper School to the Middle School and three new Upper School study spaces.
Rosenberg admitted that designing a new space at the same time as developing a program for the space was a bold challenge, but that this plan was necessary since there was only a narrow time for the renovation—namely, summer break June, July, and August of Were our conclusions and actions embraced by major constituencies at PDS?
Rosenberg shared some encouraging results already emerging. First, an extraordinary number of current and new Upper School students entering PDS this year— out of —have signed up for the new STEAM offerings, with numbers for the computer science and engineering courses exceeding all expectations. We are not getting rid of any PDS traditions—only adding new ones.
In short, it needed to be open, well-lit, flexible, modular, and include a minimum of fixed structures. STEAM at Princeton Day School is an educational approach to teaching and learning that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry and critical thinking.
Its philosophic watchwords include integration, collaboration, innovation, and creativity. Its overarching goal is to blend traditional and projectbased platforms so that they help all our students to see, interpret, and understand fundamental concepts, and to solve real-life problems.
As it endeavors to complete its charge, the STEAM Committee, together with faculty task forces in the Middle and Lower Schools, have begun to emulate that first, most successful process led by Dr. Princeton Day School has never been better than it is right now, and it is poised to shine even brighter in the coming years. At PDS something remarkable can happen any day of the week. Every day students have a chance to grasp a new idea or fact about the world around them.
They get to express themselves vigorously in arts and sports and thus challenge both their bodies and their minds. And every day, too, they may discover something new about themselves and others in our community, and have a chance to make a difference here and in the wider world. This issue of the Journal abounds with examples of how this is happening right now, with our eager students, dedicated faculty, and accomplished alumni making an impact nationally and internationally.
Our alumni excel in many fields of endeavor: This center is already buzzing, integrating the arts and sciences with activities driven by an innovative new curriculum. I am so proud to be able to serve as Chair of the board of trustees of our remarkable school. When the board meets, we dedicate our time to thinking about the whole PDS community, and how we can help to sustain its work and to prepare for the future. I will also look to all of you for guidance and support in the years to come.
Princeton Day School flourishes when we talk, dream, and work hard together. Harvey, Vice Chair Mark E. Thierfelder, Treasurer Cynthia O. Brahaney Kun Deng J. Christopher Dries Georgia Robin B. Gosnell Carol Herring Eleanor V. Richter Lorraine Sciarra David R. Kendall Trustee Emeritus Samuel W. Matthews Trustee Emeritus Andrew M. Okun Trustee Emeritus John D. She worked in the investment banking and fixed income divisions at Goldman Sachs for nine years, and holds a BA from Colgate University.
Both an alum and past parent, Lucy has served in several volunteer roles, on the Development Committee of the Alumni Board, and will serve as the President of the Alumni Board for the next two years. Lorraine received her B. Karen Law is an attorney working in family law matters through her law offices of Karen S. Composed of 25 members, including the Head of School, the Board of Trustees meets four times each year.
Members, who serve three-year terms, are drawn from a variety of constituencies, including alumni, current and past parents and grandparents, and other friends of the school.
The work of the board is completed through its standing committees, each of which meets regularly through the school year. For more information, please visit www. This means that we encourage each and every student to identify and pursue their passions with purpose—whatever those passions may be—from the moment they arrive to campus to the moment they graduate, and often beyond.
We do this by assembling an incredibly talented and caring faculty who is always at the ready to help guide our students as they follow their hearts and minds on their unique paths. In this issue of the Journal, we focus on three sets of siblings, two of whom are PDS Lifers, who have shared their stories with us. It is these stories that illuminate what is special about our school: I earned degrees from the School of Nursing and from the Wharton School, and participated extensively in intercultural and interfaith activism.
But you know what they say about the best-laid plans. I stayed for a year after finishing my doctorate and then took up a tenure-track post at the University of Warwick. After achieving tenure in April and being promoted to an associate professorship, I moved to Cardiff University in Wales in September The research agenda I developed during my doctorate sits at the intersection of social epidemiology and medical sociology. That is, my research is oriented towards understanding two things.
At the population level, who gets sick, and when, and what we can do about it? And at the individual level, why do people get sick and what is it like to be unwell? In addition to this, my time at the University of Warwick included substantial work at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence to provide advice on which newly licensed drugs represent a cost-effective treatment strategy. How did my time at PDS lead to my current situation?
Fortunately, I have no shortage of examples. Lisa and Bob saved me the same seat in their classrooms every day, a small routine that helped me gear up for the joys of algebra and pre-calculus.
I still remember the small burst of pride when I would get a sticky note on a successful test in Ms. The many hours I spent in the Carriage House with Mr. Gudgel and before that with Ms. Bodel reading texts in classical languages definitely attuned me to the value of reading beyond the words on the page. The time I spent with Ms. Williams learning about multicultural literature helped me to see the value of diverse voices.
And of course, for a career in public health, you need to know a few things about science. There, I was embedded in Senegalese culture and music and got my first taste of ethnographic fieldwork. My time in West Africa radically altered the path that I ended up following through college and beyond; I discovered that I had far less sustained interest in the business world than I did in the realm of creative arts.
Starting in the fall of , I left Penn for a year and a. In , I took a job as a public defense investigator at the Bronx Defenders, a firm that pioneered the model of holistic public defense. Under this model, we helped indigent clients not just with criminal charges but with all the collateral fallout associated with their pending cases, whether in civil, family, or immigration court. My time in the Bronx forced me to recognize, acknowledge, and engage with the kinds of privileges that I had growing up as a PDS student and the ways in which those privileges were and continue to be largely inaccessible to millions of youth right in our backyards.
I eventually realized that in order to sustainably advocate for the ethical and political ideals I held dear, I needed to integrate my pursuit of those with a career that also gave me great personal fulfillment. My new research agenda will examine the long-lasting psychological and social impacts of state control of sonic environments in mass incarceration.
The educators at PDS played an immensely important role in my development as a person and as a thinker. Similarly, Bob Singerman and Steve Gadd both taught me how to think through and construct logical, evidence-based arguments. Nhu Hoang, Laurence Farhat, and, most significantly, Edem Afemeku all instilled in me a deep love for the French language and francophone culture and literature.
David Figueroa, my sophomore year history teacher, was a crucial pillar of my Upper School experience: Bryce Hayes, Kristen Acker, and Tom Buckelew demonstrated to me what quality arts education looks like and how it can change lives by bringing greater understanding of self and others — something I hope to do with my own students when I go out into the teaching world at the end of my doctorate.
I was interested in digging in and analyzing different films, and noticed how no shot, angle, or audio choice is ever accidental—each and every aspect of a film is something the director has planned out for a specific reason. After injuring herself playing ice hockey, the sport she loves, Logan visits her grandmother weekly during her recovery. Through these weekly visits, she strives to discover what defines her as a person. The biggest challenge for me heading into this project is that I had never taken a film class—I had never filmed anything, and I had never even touched the editing software I would need.
The process took a whole year, from when I started planning in June , to when the screening was held in June The year consisted of filming pre-season sessions, player and parent interviews, practices, games, road trips, off-ice bonding, and more; as well as editing and piecing it all together in May. I acquired hours and 17 minutes of footage, which I condensed into a two-hour documentary, detailing the unforgettable season for this team.
I have just begun my freshman year at the University of Notre Dame and I intend to major in Film, Television and Theater, as well as explore extra-curriculars like club ice hockey. I am especially excited to be working for Fighting Irish Media, the award-winning video production, storytelling and athletics communication arm of the Notre Dame Athletics Department. This job will allow me to blend my passions for sports and film by telling stories of athletic teams at the NCAA level.
I feel truly honored to join this incredible media team! A recent conversation with my parents made me reflect on my time at PDS and how it helped shape me into who I am today.
And without David Figueroa Fig , who challenged every single one of the answers I gave him in my American History and International Relations classes, I never would have learned to dive so deeply into material in order to flush out fact from opinion and help me succeed in my courses at MIT.
After graduating from PDS in , I moved on to MIT and, in the process of earning a degree in Mechanical Engineering, with a concentration in Biomechanics and Biomedical Devices, I filed three patents, published two peerreviewed papers, and created an awardwinning company, centered around the design and distribution of a low cost prosthetic device for the developing world.
Through both my studies in the UK and my subsequent PhD work, I will specialize in neuroprosthetics and biologically inspired robotics, with the hope of someday designing assistive exoskeletons for the physically disabled.
Pioneer in Science Day. There are many more reasons why I am thankful to PDS; for without it, I almost certainly would not have ended up where I am today. I would encourage every student to approach it with an open and, more importantly, curious mind; for I think exposure to STEAM is valuable even for those not interested in engineering or the sciences. As fellows of this program, we were invited to play alongside the New York Philharmonic musicians for a cycle of their subscription concerts, conducted by their Music Director, Alan Gilbert.
This prestigious competition, which took place in Taipei, included participants aged 11—22 of Taiwanese heritage from all over the world. The member judge panel was led by world-renowned violinist Cho-Liang Lin. I was honored to be selected as the first place winner of the junior division. I was also given the opportunity to study with teachers such as Donald Weilerstein.
I am extremely thankful for how supportive my PDS classmates and teachers have been of my musical studies. Two particular teachers I feel that I need to give a huge thanks to are Dr. Schafer who both supported my musical education and expanded it through new genres of repertoire and in-depth music theory teachings.
Princeton Day School has not only supported my musical endeavors but it has also enhanced how I approach and study music. However, one group of our alumni has the unique distinction of being able to claim two legitimate class years: The peculiarity occurred because PCD ended after ninth grade, leaving its graduates with three years of high school to complete, traditionally at all-male boarding schools. The possibility of keeping their sons at home was attractive to many parents and having girls in class certainly appealed to their sons, but they also weighed the academic and athletic reputations of well-established prep schools against the untested promise of PDS.
Another alumnus joined them the following year. They came together for their 50th PCD reunion three years ago and, as they prepare to celebrate their PDS 50th next May, they share their impressions of those transition years.
I just had to see the place for myself since I was excited to start and very impatient. And coeducation was great, but I found I had to pay more attention in class because they were distracting! Chandler served as class treasurer, Dr. Fishmann was elected senior class president, and their classmate, the late Bill Rigot, was voted Student Council President.
Athletics, particularly, was impacted by the lack of upperclassmen. Even with a requirement that all students participate in team sports in each of the three seasons, it took a year or two to field boys varsity teams, and ice hockey was played off campus until the PDS rink was completed in The boys also had difficulty with the college process. The school had no college counselors at the time and the boys had to sell not only themselves but also their school to admission officers.
Chandler echoes his feelings: I quickly made friends with many of the girls in my class and I have remained friends with them ever since. Message from the Director of Advancement The strength of Princeton Day School may be seen in many ways, one of which is the generosity and loyalty exhibited by our community. Every person and organization listed in the following pages has helped shape our school. Their shared commitment to PDS allows us to offer our students and faculty extraordinary opportunities every day.
In the Advancement Office, we are also the beneficiaries of the gifts of time and energy. They personally encourage their peers to join them in support of Princeton Day School.
Their outreach is personal and compelling. They allow us to set ambitious goals and celebrate when we achieve them. To all of our team members — thank you! There is one volunteer who stands out among the rest for her commitment to our school over the last seventeen years. Her leadership and dedication to PDS are unparalled. Barbie, please accept my sincere gratitude for all you have done —and continue to do — for Princeton Day School.
We are a better school because of you. Thank you to everyone who supported Princeton Day School this past year. The following individuals, families, foundations and corporations have made contributions from July 1, to June 30, Princeton Day School wishes to acknowledge their generosity and commitment to providing outstanding educational opportunities for our students. Joanne Liu Dean W. Forest Company, Incorporated Mr. Christine Grant Halpern and Mr. Johnston Ronald Li, M.
Judson Linville The Edward E. Matthews Foundation The Curtis W. Jintang Chen and Ms. Jain Jain Family Foundation Mr. Kennedy Foundation Kevin W. Joshua Kulkin and Dr. Ashish Kumar and Dr. Kenny Leung and Ms. Jonathan Nicozisis Martha L.
Samir and Arti Patel Alexandra B. Rachel Dultz and Ms. Sanjeev Srinivas and Dr. Lisa Skeete Tatum Mr. Scott Tourville Nils E. Anthony Waclawski and Mrs. Faculty Circle By far the greatest strength of Princeton Day School is its dedicated faculty whose wisdom and patience have guided countless students through the learning process. Darryl Antonacci and Mrs.
Willem Appelo and Mrs. Cathy and Eric Batterman Mrs. Sandeep Bhanote and Ms. Jitender Chopra and Mrs. Jeannie Lin Chopra Marc A. Michael Epstein and Ms. Karen Robbins Scott J. David Frascella Benjamin M. Yunhong Gu and Dr.
Ketan Khandkar and Ms. Emily Liu and Mr. Benjamin Yeh Clinton E. Kewei Ming and Mrs. Henry Nagelberg and Ms. Joel Namm Fund Dr. Albert Pamudji and Ms. Maritoni Colon Shah Marjorie D. Family Fund Craig C. Ramamirtham Sukumar and Dr. Higgins Susquehanna International Group Mr. Suhan Tang and Ms. Yi Tang and Ms. Min Cha and Mrs. Sergey Kriloff and Ms. Matthew Phillips Dorothy C. Max Salas and Ms. Stephenson Jon and Meredith Stevens Mr. Anping Wu and Ms. Yong Qin Li Mr. Haibo Wu and Mrs.
Young Alumni leadership Circle This level recognizes the generous young alumni building the next generation of leadership support at Princeton Day School. Betty Wold Johnson Mrs.
Lynn Dixon Johnston Mr. Consecutive Annual Fund Donors: Class of Alexander S. Class of Carl W. Class of John C. Class of William Edwards, Jr. Kales II Frederick S. Class of John F. Class of Edward S. Andrew Harris Robert C. Class of 45th Reunion Committee: Virginia Myer Kester Alexander D.
Reynolds Ellen Sussman Karen M. Class of Christian B. Cameron Ferrante Jeanine M. Class of Carl G. Briscoe II Eric C. Class of James P. Stephen Judge Gregory E. Class of 40th Reunion Committee: Kerin Lifland James L. Cohen Sampson Caroline W. Class of Anonymous J. Elizabeth Mason Cousins Thomas R. Scott Egner Jane L.
Perlman Donald DeCandia T. Class of 30th Reunion Committee: When I think back on all that PDS gave me as a student on and off the court, I have to find ways to show my appreciation; this is just one of the ways to give back. Class of Laura S. Class of Lylah M. Class of Navroze M. Alphonse Ara Baronian Aly G. Campbell Levy Amy R. Class of 25th Reunion Committee: Carolyn Cooper, Benjamin M.
Henderson, Arthur Rotberg, John D. Susan Dolan Batcha T. Courtenay Batcha Jason A. Class of Griffith S. Dwyer Gilmartin Jason M. Rebecca Lintner Griffith John H. Class of 20th Reunion Committee: Zarzecki Habay Eric D. Class of Anonymous Maria L. Class of Tyler E. Class of 15th Reunion Committee: Alexandra Trenholm Warren Courtney C. Haroldson Christina Koerte Timon F. Class of Jason D. Sanford IV Joshua T.
Class of Jay V. Sabrina Basu Allissa C. Daniel Altman Elena V. Bowen Jeremy Brinster Robert D. Straus Georgia Travers Vinay Trivedi. Francfort Rachel Heller Jennifer M. Langdon Anna Liu Blair A. Sydney Altmeyer Meade F. Crowell Adam Fisch Kevin E. Smukler Jacqueline Stevens Carla M. Huntington Griffith Jason C. Miller Annie Nyce Megan A. Quigley Natasha Rao James C. The Blue and White Society was established in Seniors are asked to make a four-year pledge to the Annual Fund for the years following their graduation from Princeton Day School.
Class of Kalyn E. Denise Sophia Eisenberg Leah G. Hutter Andrea Jenkins Alec T. Nye Allison Persky Andrew M. Seto Brendan Shannon Alexander W. Urisko Adriana van Manen Alexia C. Suveer Bhatia Connor G. Bitterman Lewis Blackburn Andrew D. Clayton Neeraj Devulapalli Justin A. Class of Katharine L. Erickson Morgan Foster Adam G. Haggerty II Brooke N. Latham Grace Lee Caroline R.
Lively Sabrina Matlock Cole J. Radvany Hariharan Rajagopalan Matthew L. Riley Jacob Shavel Brigette A. I pledged to give every year after I graduated, and I intend to keep that pledge. Adam Scott Altmeyer Ryan C.
Gideon Fruchter and Ms. Nanda Kanuri and Dr. Yaolong Lan and Ms. Russell Lett and Ms. Douglas and Wai Lam Ling Dr. Orlando Mendez and Ms. William Segal and Dr. Yongliang Sun and Mrs. Gregg Szabo and Dr. Kovacevich Devika Kumar Katelyn S. Lighte Sarah Lippman Jamie L.
Baseman Cathy and Eric Batterman Mr. Jeannie Lin Chopra Dr. Ivan Darenkov and Ms. Francisco Garcia and Ms. Nikolai Gorelenkov and Dr. Herzer William and Stephanie Hoffman Mr. Roxane Scurlock Jones Mr. Karen and Andrew Latham Mr. Ye Li and Ms. Larry Lu and Ms. Schafer Aaron and Erin Schomburg Mr.
Timothy Trainor Jonathan E. Daguang Xu and Ms. Andrew Aprill Karen D. We have chosen to contribute to the Annual Fund 14 years and counting! Swaminathan Bhaskar and Ms. Cindy Blitz and Dr.
Lichung Chen and Mrs. Robert DiMatteo and Ms. William Flahive and Dr. Andrew Harris and Ms. Fei Jiang and Ms. Kamal Kasera and Ms. Mia Manzulli and Mr. Amando Martinez and Mrs. Mekdes Amine and Mr. Durgaprasad Pulakkat and Ms. Manesh Sindhwani and Mrs. Rajeev Singh and Ms. Kaiyang Tang and Dr.
Leonard Teti II Mr. Malarvel Vijayathevar John E. Yong Qin Li Ms. We believe that PDS graduates will be instrumental in advancing our society, and that our support helps make that possible. Hudgins Nicole and Richard Hughes Mr. Chun Lin and Ms. William Maggio and Dr.
Peter Nowakoski and Ms. Prasad Potluri and Dr. Haritha Potluri Reverend and Mrs. James Salgado and Dr. Suhail Sayed and Ms. Nicos Scordis and Dr. Aditya Sharma and Mrs. Dipti Sharma Eon K. Kaushik Suchak and Dr. Nicholas Van Dusen Mr. Yehong Zhang and Dr. Tim Zhu and Ms. Satvinder Bhens and Dr. Pari Boopalan and Ms. Kevin Carroll and Dr. Kellyann Petrucci John N. Hanzel Cohen and Mr. Mark Fisher and Ms. Bertrand Njanja Fassu Mr. Xiaohang Su and Ms. Jennifer Basselini and Mr.
Lei Chen and Dr. Edgar Cheng FAll Raghuraman Gopalakrishnan and Mrs. Zahid Hasan and Ms. Sanjay Kalra and Dr. Reuben Loewy and Ms. Ronni Blasz Mackles Dr. Marshall Barbara and Ross Martinson Mr. Brian Nowack and Ms. Brent Ozdogan and Dr. Scott Schlenker and Ms. Benny Soffer and Dr. Wendel Thomas and Mrs. Paramesh Venkat and Ms. Asha Paramesh Nils E. Shudan Zhang and Mrs.
Peilin Zhang and Ms. Jianfeng Zhu and Ms. Robert Jaffe and Dr. Randall Lewis and Dr. Zili Ma and Ms. Monroe and Professor Alain Kornhauser Mr. Venu Moola and Ms. Priya Moola Gary A. Hong Ni and Ms. Samir and Arti Patel Mr. Rajan Ramaswamy and Ms. Ashmin Shah and Ms. Pinger Wang and Mrs. Yun Xia and Ms. Leo Chen and Ms. Manikandan Padmanaban and Mrs. Hemanshu Pandya and Dr. Jigar and Hemal Patel Mr. Gerard Sentveld and Ms. Sidhartha Shankar and Dr.
Shailja Dixit Professor and Mrs. Sichel and Sylvia Gomez-Sichel Dr. Baljit Singh and Dr. Jiang Zhao and Ms. Archana Pradhan Lackey Mr. Rachana Singh Eon K. Yong Qin Li Dr. Brent Field and Mrs. Carmen Oveissi Field Mr. Gaurav Khanna and Ms. Jonathan Levy and Ms.
Vivek Malik and Ms. I love to sit in the Campus Center in the morning watching faculty meeting with students and with each other, then to go out and feel the energy in the hallways. Parvez Mansuri and Mrs. Cedrick Phillip and Mrs. Roman Rozenblat and Dr. Shalabh Singhal and Dr.
Bertin Aparicio and Ms. Steven Behnamnia and Mrs. Bryan Choi and Ms. Zog Hamdia and Ms. Lin Jiang and Dr. Antonio Lopez-Torrero and Mrs. Carolyn Salgado Professor and Mrs. Jacob Shapiro Robert L. Sichel and Sylvia Gomez-Sichel Mr. Kevin Streeper Nils E. Anders Svensson and Mrs. David Broeker Geoffrey L. Darren Greenblatt and Mr. But make no mistake; students also make a difference in the lives of teachers. I give to Princeton Day School in honor and in memory of those many advisees, students, faculty colleagues and friends who made PDS such a memorable part of my life.
Life moves on and we all confront new challenges as we reach different stages in our lives. My former students are now the age I was during my years at PDS and they are now raising their own children. It would be fun to compare notes. Thank you to all who helped to make PDS a significant time in my life. Iris and I are forever grateful. William Landhauser and Mrs. Peter Quist and Ms. Alvin Seow and Ms. Seok Fun Tan Dr. Ashish Shah Eon K. Zhanjiang Zhang and Ms. Richard Allen and Mrs. Chelare Baykal Allen Mr.
Shonell Best Brown Mr. Vasilios Chatzigiannis and Dr. Matthew Fede and Dr. Andres Leon and Ms. James Lipuma and Dr. Alan Long and Ms.
Rajesh Madala and Ms. Paminas Mogaka and Mrs. Catherine Gacanja Gary A. Riten Patel and Ms. Mario San Martin and Mrs. Abril San Martin Dr. Sheikh Nabeel Arif and Mrs. Jason Park and Ms.
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