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PAAA

2019 Annual Dinner and Meeting

 

Annual Dinner and Meeting
 

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

from 6 to 9 p.m.


at Springdale Golf Club in Princeton

 

PA3 is pleased and honored

 to welcome 

Rodney D. Priestley

Vice Dean for Innovation, Office of Dean of Research

Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Associate Director of Princeton Center for Complex Materials

Princeton University

 

Professor Priestley will discuss:

 "Creating the Future:

Innovation at Princeton"

Program:

6pm - Registration & Reception

7pm - Dinner

including the 2019 Annual Meeting, Election of Officers and a Director, and Volunteer of the Year Award

8pm - Presentation

~~~ Festive Orange + Black Attire is encouraged ~~~

Dinner tickets:

$80/person - Dues-paying members and a guest, EACH

$95/person - others

Registrations must be received no later than

Wednesday, October 30, 2019

PayPal registration link below

Contact Arlen at arlen@alumni.princeton.edu with questions

 

 

 

Thank you

The Bank of Princeton

for your generous sponsorship

of our celebration!

 

 

Springdale Golf Club
1895 Clubhouse Drive, Princeton, NJ. 08540
(609) 921-8790


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