In studying the chemical mechanisms that control muscle contraction, Dr. Andrew R.
Among the most accomplished pianists and influential educators of his generation, Leon Fleisher has devoted his life to music.
His grandfather’s role in the Eisenhower administration inspired Tom Davis to set his sights on a career in public service.
Peter Robert Lamont Brown, currently the Philip and Beulah Rollins Professor of History at Princeton University, is considered the world’s foremost historian of the period known as Late Antiquity (
As founder and former director of the nonprofit organization Women’s Dignity, Margaret Bangser ’81 takes on the deeply intertwined issues of health care, gender inequity and pover
“The Right to Be Safe: Fistula, Maternal Health and Health Equity in Tanzania.” A talk by Margaret A. Bangser ’81, founder and former director of the nonprofit Women’s Dignity.