A VIRTUAL CONVERSATION WITH PRINCETON'S NEW PROVOST: JENNIFER REXFORD '91 - OCTOBER 5, 2023
Please join Princeton QPA (Queer Princeton Alumni) and the Princeton Club of Chicago in an exciting virtual conversation with Princeton’s new provost Jennifer Rexford ’91 moderated by former University Trustee and past PCC President Brian C. Johnson ‘99.
Provost Rexford will be introduced by QPA President Trey Farmer ’93.
Thank you to the growing list of regional associations co-hosting the event including the Princeton Association of NYC, the Princeton Club of St. Louis, the Princeton Club of Austin, the Princeton Club of Georgia, the Princeton Club of Dallas-Ft Worth, the Princeton Club of Northern California, the Princeton Association of New England, the Princeton Club of Southern California, the Princeton Club of Washington DC, the Princeton Association of Northern Ohio, and the Princeton Alumni Association of Essex and Hudson Counties
Thursday, October 5, 2023
7:00 pm CT
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Jennifer Rexford ’91 assumed the role of Princeton University Provost on March 13, 2023. As Princeton’s chief academic officer and chief budget officer with special responsibility for long-range planning, the provost ensures the continued vitality of Princeton’s academic mission and its long-term financial security. Prior to her appointment, Rexford served as the Gordon Y.S. Wu Professor in Engineering and department chair in computer science.
Rexford earned a B.S.E. in electrical engineering at Princeton in 1991 and is a recipient of the Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, the University’s highest undergraduate honor. She received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of Michigan in 1996 and joined Princeton’s Department of Computer Science as a full professor in 2005.