CORA Award for Innovation

Previous Award Recipients

Name Year
Princeton Club of Georgia 2018
Princeton Association United Kingdom
Awarded for creating programming that brings the intellectual life of the University to the UK through its virtual full-semester seminars with Princeton professors.
Princeton Club of Northern California
Awarded for creating targeted programming that leverages the community’s unique attributes:  Princeton in the Sierras and the PCNC Entrepreneurship Program.
Princeton Club of San Diego
Awarded for creating a mock interview concept at a local high school program that serves primarily disadvantaged students who are often first-generation college students.
Princeton Alumni Association of Beijing
Awarded for its use of social media to reach local alumni and to raise the profile of Princeton University with potential students and their parents.

Princeton Club of Chicago
Awarded for its unique Summer Internship Networking Luncheon held each winter break to connect current students to an alumni mentor prior to their summer internship in Chicago.
Princeton Association of New York City
Awarded for its 40+ programming and robust alumnae engagement opportunities.
Princeton Alumni Association of South Carolina, Hilton Head Chapter
Awarded for its efforts of personal communication and the creative use of limited resources to bring together every one of their members.
Princeton Alumni Association of Fairfield County; Princeton Association of Central Connecticut; Princeton Alumni Association of Eastern Connecticut
Awarded for collaborating on planning, communications and the engagement of all alumni in the state of Connecticut.
Princeton Club of Brazil
Awarded for planning and execution of the week-long celebration "Princeton in Brazil."
Princeton Club of Rochester
Awarded for initiating an internship program that brings Princeton students home to work during the summer.
Princeton Club of Chicago
Awarded for innovation in programming precepts.
—Not Awarded— 2007
PAA of Essex County
Awarded for innovation in collaborative programming designed to engage graduate alumni and affiliated groups.
PC of Korea
Awarded for creativity in utilizing "blog" technology to develop a unique online home, and effective use of the site for the "Princeton-in-Korea History Project".
PC of Philadelphia Young Alumni Committee
Awarded for developing programs and events that have dramatically enhanced interest and engagement of young alumni.
PC of Southwest Florida
for Awarded innovative e-news alert system "TigerTip" which informs all club members of fast breaking news about Club events and University developments.
—Not Awarded— 2002
PC of Beijing
Awarded for creating the first Virtual Club.
Princeton Club of Northern California 2000
Princeton Association of New England & Rocky Mountain Princeton Club
Awarded for their academic seminar programs.
PC of Southern California 1998