Reunions 2024 Schedule of Events

Reunion Event: Alumni for Africa

Louis A. Simpson International Building Tent Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

Princeton University alumni from the African continent will gather to reconnect, break bread together and share ideas to support the continent.

Reception: Introducing SPIA’s Program in Law and Public Policy

Robertson Hall, Bernstein Gallery Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

Princeton’s Program in Law and Public Policy (P*LAW) invites alumni and guests—lawyers and law-curious alike—for champagne and dessert at a reception launching the new program. As part of the School of Public and International Affairs, P*LAW follows in the tradition of Princeton’s great law and public affairs programs engaging leading legal scholars and practitioners in the work of solving the complex policy problems of the 21st century.

Building Solidarity without Hate: Contending with Antisemitism and Liberation Movements

Frist Campus Center Rm. 302 NJ, United States

Moderator: Aron Goldman*01, trainer/advisor, ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities. Panelists: Nyle Fort *21, assistant professor, African American and African Diaspora studies, Columbia University; David Mednicoff ’82, director, Middle Eastern studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Andrew Wilkes, chief policy and advocacy officer, Generation Citizen.

EAS Panel: Getting Students to East Asia

Jones Hall, Room 100 Princeton, United States

The Department of East Asian Studies invites you to attend a panel discussion on getting students to East Asia in the post-pandemic period.

Crisis for Israel, Crisis for American Jews: What’s Next?

Scharf Family Chabad House, 15 Edwards Place 15 Edwards Place, Princeton, NJ, United States

A discussion with Owen Alterman ’99, senior correspondent, i24 News; Ilya Shapiro ’99, director of constitutional studies, Manhattan Institute; and Leah Powell ’26, vice president of the Chabad Student Board.

The Future of U.S.- China Relations

McCosh 50 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

A fireside chat featuring Christopher L. Eisgruber '83, president; Raja Krishnamoorthi ’95, congressman, and Rory Truex ’07, associate professor of politics and public affairs.

SPIA Alumni Reception

Robertson Hall, Dodds Atrium and Shultz Dining Room Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

A reception for all SPIA alumni.

Screams Before Silence Film Screening

Scharf Family Chabad House, 15 Edwards Place 15 Edwards Place, Princeton, NJ, United States

View Sheryl Sandberg's film, which highlights the acts of sexual violence perpetrated on 10/7, followed by a brief discussion about how we as Princetonians can continue to help repair the devastation in Israel. Amid our joy over Reunions, we take time to bear witness and recall that this year is unlike others in our community's history.

Why Ukraine Matters: A Conversation with Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch ’80 and General Mark Milley ’80.

McCosh 10 NJ, United States

This conversation on the global implications of Russia's war in Ukraine will be moderated by Lauren Bleakney ’13, Foreign Service Officer. Introduction by Dora Chomiak ’91, CEO of Razom for Ukraine, and closing remarks by Lydia Zaininger ’83, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Institute of America. A reception at a nearby location will follow. 

Annual Global Fellowship Reception

Carl Fields Center, Room 105 Princeton, United States

Please join us for our annual Global Fellowships Reception for Alumni, Graduating Seniors, and Guests.  We look forward to celebrating this year’s cohort of fellowships recipients and to meeting up with alumni, their families, and guests.

Princeton Ukrainian Alumni & Friends Reception

Louis A. Simpson International Building, B60 A, B and C Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

The Princeton Ukrainian Society is hosting a reception for friends of Ukraine. Come meet with Ukrainian alumni, students and Visiting Scholars.

Princeton in Africa Post P-rade Event

Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building, Room 399 (Ruehl Family Room) Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

Please join us to celebrate Princeton in Africa’s 25 years of impact on the African continent. Stop by after the P-rade for snacks, refreshments, music and an opportunity to connect with PiAf alumni and others who are interested in Africa.

Princeton in Asia Post P-rade Bash

Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building, 117 Forum Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, United States

Join us for the annual Princeton in Asia post P-rade bash! Whether you are a Princeton graduate or not, all PiA’ers in the area are welcome to join us and reconnect with the Princeton in Asia family on Saturday, May 25, 4-7 p.m. in the Perel Atrium in the JRR Building. Drinks and light bites will be served.