is the creative thinker selected from the areas of the arts, the sciences, the humanities, and public service.
“I really fell in love with chemistry in high school. I loved the order of the periodic table . . . I loved that with just a few sets of rules you could make any chemical in the universe.”
A leader in the field of molecular biology, Shirley Tilghman came to Princeton in 1986. In 2001 she became the first woman president of Princeton. More
is awarded each year to young, gifted individuals in recognition of their unique creative talents and dedication to public service.
RICHARD KELLEY, 2009 LEGACY AWARDEE & JUNTO MEMBER, TEACHING ABROAD - The Mamelodi Township of South Africa is home to more than 1 million people. Set up by the then apartheid government, Mamelodi was designated as a blacks-only area. Today, Mamelodi residents are still almost… More