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Keller Center Newsletter - March 6, 2012

Keller Center Newsletter - March 6, 2012


Lost in Translation: Celebrating Entrepreneurship While Acknowledging its Costs 
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 7 p.m. in the Friend Center Convocation Room (113)  (campus map)
The Graduate School, Butler College, and the Keller Center are pleased to welcome Howard Aldrich to the Princeton University campus on Tuesday, March 6. Aldrich, author of the 2011 book "An Evolutionary Approach to Entrepreneurship: Selected Essays", will be the second speaker in the series "The Power of E: Advancing the Boundaries of Entrepreneurship", which aims to promote cross-disciplinary and undergraduate-graduate dialogue on social issues through an entrepreneurial lens. The talk will be followed by a light reception and networking.

Public Issue Index Day
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. in the Friend Center Convocation Room (113) (campus map)
Public Issue Index Day (Pi Day), an event organized by Princeton graduate students Lauren Padilla, Dan Swain, and Elena Krieger, is a data-thon to build an online knowledge-base for public issues. The purpose of the data-thon is to help put data back into public dialogue, to discuss issues without rhetoric, and to make essential data easily available to the public. The Princeton community is urged to attend; specifically, those who want their research to reach a broader audience, want to strengthen their understanding of complex issues; are looking to meet others with similar social issue interests; want to log Campus Community Challenge hours; or are interested in contributing to a crowd-sourced web-application. Pizza, pie, and beverages will be served! Registration is requested but not required. More information can be found at
From Finance to Farming: One Couple's Journey from Wall Street to Sustainable Agriculture
Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. in the Carl A. Fields Center Room 104 (campus map)

The Keller Center is pleased to welcome Robin and Jon McConaughy, former investment bankers and current owners of Double Brook Farm in Hopewell, NJ, to the Princeton campus on March 29, 2012. The McConaughys will share insights about responsible, thoughtful approaches to local agriculture and food production. This event, which will be followed by a light reception, is co-sponsored by the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, Community Based Learning Initiative (CBLI), the Office of Sustainability, and the Princeton Environmental Institute.