During her 35-year career at the National Cancer Institute, Barbara Spalholz made significant contributions to our understanding of cancer.
Thank you for coming to Alumni Weekend 2019!
Classes ending in 0's and 5's, please save the date for May 15-16, 2020!
Alumni Weekend 2019 Highlights
Friday, May 17
Alumni Art Show
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Anne Reid '72 Art Gallery
Reunion Race Party for Annual Fund Donors
8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., Triumph Brewery (138 Nassau Street, Princeton)
Saturday, May 18
Moment of Remembrance
10:00 a.m., Matthews Arts Wing Courtyard
Taps and Trucks: The PDS Family Picnic ($15 per person)
12:00 p.m., Alberto Petrella Outdoor Classroom & Playground Field
STEAMinar with Carlos Cara, Jason Park and Jonathan Tatkon-Coker (register here)
2:00 p.m., The Wellemeyer STEAM Center
Politics in Perspective with Howie Powers ’80 and Chris Rhodes (register here)
2:00 p.m., Shepherd Commons
The Purpose of Art with Elizabeth Monroe (register here)
2:00 p.m., Wilson Family Library
Alumni Awards and Athletic Hall of Fame Reception and Ceremony
5:30 p.m., Campus Center
The Reunion Party ($45 per person; $25 for the Class of 2014)
7:00 p.m., Lisa McGraw '44 Skating Rink
After retiring from a successful career as an oil analyst at Morgan Stanley, John Wellemeyer has funneled his considerable expertise, energy, and enthusiasm into his volunteer efforts on behalf of Princeton Day School.
A profound interest in technology and innovation, coupled with an inherent desire to improve the lives of others, has led Vinay Trivedi to explore a wide range of experiences.
A combination of exceptional skill, camaraderie, trust, and experience propelled the 1998 field hockey team through a remarkable undefeated season in which they captured both the Mercer County and Prep A State championships.