Our Stories

Our Stories: Volunteering

Princeton alumni demonstrate their Tiger spirit by volunteering their time for the University and around the globe. 

Chris Olofson '92

Chris Olofson ’92 reflects on his term as Annual Giving chair

Melissa Zdrodoski wearing an orangePrinceton blazer

Melissa Zdrodowski ’94 helps bring Tigers together with her tech and communication skills

Deb Yu and Camilla Norman Field accept their Annual Giving award

Annual Giving volunteers honored for service

Henry Von Kohorn

For Henry Von Kohorn ’66, founding the Princeton Prize in Race Relations was in the nation’s service

Eric Plummer from the Class of 2010, standing in front of Maclean House on the Princeton campus

Eric Plummer ’10: The Princeton connection ‘can be life-changing’

Adam Lichtenstein standing in Maclean House

Adam Lichtenstein ’95 *10: ‘I don’t know the secret sauce of the Princeton alumni community, but it’s a special thing to be a part of’

Our Stories: Giving

Your contributions to Princeton create transformative student experiences and support excellence in teaching and research. 

Gil Omenn, Martha Darling, Chris Eisgruber and Cliff Brangwynne, cutting a ribbon to dedicate the new bioengineering institute

University dedicates Omenn-Darling Bioengineering Institute

Juanita James, smiling, hand on hip, holding an orange 1746 Society pennant

Juanita James ’74 is passionate about uplifting Princetonians

Doug Grover '74 and two grandchildren eat ice cream together

Doug Grover ’73 has a knack for getting in the last word

Five photos show faces of five smiling alumni

Annual Giving campaign: Every gift has a story

A collage of four Princeton undergraduates who participated in the LENS program.

Annual Giving is helping students experience life-changing service internships

Donna and Hans Sternberg, posing nicely next to one of their sculptures

For Donna and Hans Sternberg ’57, a serendipitous introduction to Princeton has led to a lifetime of giving back

Our Stories: Community

On campus and around the globe, Princeton alumni, faculty and friends are making a positive impact. 

2024 Princeton Prize awardees

Princeton Symposium on Race honors the largest group of high school students in the program’s history

Andrew Houck contemplates the universe while clones of Andrew work in the lab

Andrew Houck ’00 is making quantum leaps to unlock a multiverse of possibilities

Fei-Fei Li and Johns Fitzpatrick conversing on the stage of Richardson Auditorium

At Alumni Day, Princeton honors computer scientist Fei-Fei Li ’99 and ornithologist John Fitzpatrick *78

Fei-Fei Li, posing for the camera in a robotics lab

The Godmother of Artificial Intelligence

John Fitzpatrick, in nature, holding binoculars

John Fitzpatrick *78 helped lead the field of ornithology to new heights

Graphic about email forwarding

Princeton updates email forwarding service