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Princeton Weekly Bulletin   December 12, 2005, Vol. 95, No. 12   search   prev   next

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Center embraces discovery across the natural sciences
Students gain scientific savvy in popular biology course for humanities majors

Programs range from beginnings of universe to future of computing
Kang works to pinpoint cause of cancer spread
Fuss explores influence of environment on writers
Nine presidents issue statement reaffirming gender equity commitment

Snowden to retire after serving four decades and four presidents
Gruschow named assistant to the president
Recommendations of Task Force on Health and Well-Being lead to appointments
People, spotlight

Nassau Notes
Calendar of events
By the numbers



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Kristina Miller (photo: John Jameson)


Name: Kristina Miller.

Position: Senior systems manager in the Office of the Dean of the Faculty. Supplying functional and management system support for University-wide applications such as the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System. Acting as the liaison between the dean of the faculty’s office and the Office of Information Technology, which includes working on projects to develop systems for the faculty and staff. Providing data for internal and external inquiries and surveys. Managing the office Web site.

Quote: “My background is in art, not computers, and I’ve really enjoyed learning so many new things in this job. I was born and raised in Princeton, and it’s been great to stay here and work at the University for close to 26 years.”

Other interests: Playing golf. Quilting. Vacationing in Bermuda with her husband, Charlie, a retired Princeton employee.


Gruschow named assistant to the president

Princeton NJ — Janet Gruschow, a Princeton staff member for 10 years, has been selected to succeed Marcia Snowden as assistant to the president.

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Janet Gruschow

Since 1997, Gruschow has served as executive director of the Princeton Environmental Institute, administering its research, teaching and outreach activities. She previously was acting department manager for the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and acting coordinator of the University’s Council on Science and Technology.

Before joining the Princeton staff, Gruschow worked for the American Association for the Advancement of Science and for Survival International, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization.

She earned her bachelor’s degree in history and French from Albion College and her master’s degree in European studies and international economics from Johns Hopkins University. She also holds a language certificate from Alliance Française in Paris.