Weekly Bulletin
September 27, 1999
Vol. 89, No. 3

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Shapiro offers fanfare for '03
Prizes reward excellence
Math helps explain protein folding
Macedo to direct program in Law, Public Affairs
Registrar Broh to go to COFHE
Summer labors
Water, water everywhere
ERISA information
Grants available


Registrar Broh to go to COFHE

Registrar C. Anthony Broh will become director of research at the Consortium on Financing Higher Education (COFHE), effective October 1. Joseph Greenberg has been named acting registrar.

Broh has served as registrar since 1984. As Princeton's institutional research representative to COFHE, he has served on numerous COFHE task forces and committees; most recently, he completed a two-year term on COFHE's Research Advisory Committee.

In his new capacity he will be responsible for development and oversight of the COFHE research agenda and policies, supervision of research staff, design and execution of major research projects, and oversight of the development and applications of technology.

Established in 1974, COFHE is an institutionally supported association of 31 private colleges and universities that conducts research for its members on a number of issues, including financial aid, admissions, faculty retirement and student outcomes. Its two offices are located in Cambridge, MA and Washington, DC.