Jasper Lydon '24 receives the 2024 Priscilla Glickman Memorial Award at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement

Jasper Lydon '24 receives the 2024 Priscilla Glickman Memorial Award at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement

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Senior Jasper Lydon honored with Glickman Prize
 

Princeton University senior Jasper Lydon '24 believes in the power of community, and has demonstrated a thoughtful and engaged approach to being in community with others, learning from and building up different communities time and again throughout their service and academic pursuits. For Jasper, “community begins with open…

Sebastián Ramírez will be the next Director of Service Focus

Sebastián Ramírez Hernández, a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology, has been named the next director of Service Focus. 

Ramírez has been a faculty mentor for the Service Focus Health and Care cohort since 2020. “Sebastián is able to establish rapport with individual students, and also challenge them to think more deeply…

What’s your Service Focus? Career Stories in the Service of Community

 

Career Stories in the Service of Community

Community and relationship building was a central theme discussed by Krystal Cohen ‘21, Madison Mellinger ‘23, and Chitra Parikh ‘21 as they engaged in dialogue with moderator Rob Falk ‘85, about living a life of meaning in the service of others. They gathered with an audience…

It takes a village: Projects for Peace winner Carlos Cortez ’24 and the people of Zináparo bring music and soccer to their youth

 

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Carlos Cortez ’24 straddles two worlds.

His family is from Zináparo, a small rural village in Michoácan, Mexico, where few people have ever heard of Princeton University. 

He’s a senior at Princeton University, where few people have ever heard…

Celebrating Service & Community

 

Written by: Sophie Steidle ‘25, Pace Center Student Correspondent; Elsie M. Sheidler, Senior Associate Director 

Photography: Dan Komoda

John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement honored two students with the A. James Fisher Jr. ‘36 Memorial Award and one community partner and one…

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