Why Princeton is Special: Women’s Perspectives on Viewpoint Diversity on Campus
Princeton is nearly peerless as a university for its strength in engaging diverse patterns of thought. Allison Berger ’18, Elly Brown ’18, and current undergraduate students Charlotte Champ '20 and Shafaq Khan '21 discuss what intellectual diversity has meant for their journeys as Tiger women during and after their years at Princeton. Panel moderated by Ruby Shao ’17, B. Phil. Candidate in Philosophy, Exeter College, Oxford.
Rocking the Cradle While Rocking the Workplace: A Dialogue with Princeton Alumnae on Managing Home, Family, and Career Ann Parker McKeehan ’00, an assistant director with the Division of Supervision and Regulation at the Federal Reserve Board; Ana Samuel ’00, a Research Scholar with the Witherspoon Institute and Academic Director of Canavox (a nonprofit organization advancing the cause of marriage and family); Laura Vanderkam ’01, author, speaker, and co-host of the Best of Both Worlds podcast; and Dr. Ann Woolley ‘01, an infectious disease specialist on the staff of Brigham and Women’s Hospital at Harvard Medical School, discuss the challenges of raising a family and furthering their career and the influences from their Princeton days that motivate and inspire them. Panel moderated by Maria Garlock, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering; Co-Director, Program in Architecture and Engineering; Head of Forbes College, Princeton University.