2012-2013

Princeton in Washington: Lawrence Friedl '88

Lawrence Friedl serves as the Director of the Applied Sciences Program within NASA’s Earth Science Division. Lawrence will present on “Making Space for Earth,” discussing the use of Earth observations to benefit society. Prior to joining NASA, Lawrence worked at the US Environmental Protection Agency. He also served as a Space Shuttle Flight Controller in NASA’s Mission Control Center for 15 missions, including several Earth science missions.

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series

Princeton in Washington: Joshua Bolten '76

Joshua Bolten is President & CEO of BRT, an association of CEOs of leading U.S. companies that generate $6 trillion in annual revenues and employ nearly 15 million people. Before joining the BRT, Bolten co-founded and directed Rock Creek Global Advisors, an international economic and regulatory policy consulting firm. Bolten spent the preceding two years at Princeton University as a visiting professor at the Woodrow Wilson School.

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series

Princeton in Washington: Norman Augustine '57 *59

Norman "Norm" Augustine has a long and distinguished career as a corporate leader, public servant, educator, and author. In addition to serving on the URA Board of Trustees, he currently serves as a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology and the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council. 

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series

Princeton in Washington: Ralph Nader '55

Ralph Nader is a consumer advocate, lawyer, and author. In his career as consumer advocate, he founded many organizations including the Center for Study of Responsive Law, the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), the Center for Auto Safety, Public Citizen, Clean Water Action Project, the Disability Rights Center, the Pension Rights Center, the Project for Corporate Responsibility and The Multinational Monitor.

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series

Princeton in Washington: Raymond DuBois '72

Raymond DuBois is a senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, where he focuses on international security policy, civil-military relations, Joint Professional Military Education, and defense management reform. DuBois currently serves as a global senior adviser to McKinsey & Co. and on the International Advisory Council of the U.S. Institute of Peace, and he lectures at the Marine Corps War College. 

This event is part of the Princeton in Washington series

Top 10 Tips and Tricks for Mid-Career Transition

Are you considering a career change? A transition is a turning point —you can reshape your career path or perhaps take it in a totally new direction. Come learn techniques and best practices to prepare for a career transition, and have a LinkedIn doctor help spruce up your profile. Light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Alumni Careers Committee with programming from the Office of Career Services.

Fellowships Meetup

Interested in travel or service after graduation? Come to the Fellowships Meetup on Tuesday and meet representatives of various post-graduation work fellowship programs to learn about opportunities across the globe. Programs include AlumniCorps Project 55, Princeton in Africa, Princeton in Asia, Princeton in Latin America and the Pace Center High Meadows Fellowship. The application process, the interviews, and the timing of the programs will all be discussed.

Extended Walk-in Hours

Career Services staff are available from 8:30-11 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. during the week of Sept. 19 for 15-minute appointments to help students prepare for the upcoming Diversity Meetup (Thursday, Sept. 22) and the HireTigers Meetup (Friday, Sept. 23). Have your resume reviewed, rehearse your introduction and learn how to research organizations of interest to you. No appointments or RSVPs necessary.

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