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Vol. LXI, No. 49
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
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Princeton Junior School student Dhruva Mulye placed second in the Fifth Annual New Jersey Grade School Championship at the first grade level with four wins out of five. A participant in the PJS after school chess program, Dhruva also won second place in the K-1 section at last month’s Princeton Day School’s Saturday Chess Tournament.


William P. Isele has joined the Princeton office of Archer & Greiner, P.C., where he will focus on health care and elder care law. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Isele served as New Jersey’s Ombudsman for the Institutionalized Elderly and as a member of the Office of General Counsel for the American Medical Association. A graduate of the Catholic University of America and Georgetown University Law Center, he is also certified in gerontology by the Rutgers School of Social Work.


Steven J. Healy, Director of Public Safety at Princeton University, has been selected by Security Magazine for its second annual spotlight on the top 25 leaders in the security profession. Mr. Healy, who served as 2006-07 president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators’(IACLEA), was described in the article as a “Pioneer for Campus Safety.” Following the mass shootings at Virginia Tech in April, he testified before two Congressional committees on campus safety. He also led partnerships with Security On Campus and the National Crime Prevention Council to provide IACLEA trainers and curriculum review for crime prevention training programs. He was a driving force behind IACLEA’s initiative to create a National Center for Campus Public Safety, a concept that is now part of legislation making its way through Congress.


Pennington resident Robbi K. Alexander, a program coordinator for Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) Community Education and Outreach, has received a Frances Black Humanitarian Award in Healthcare from the Friends Health Connection. The annual award is for healthcare professionals and organizations that “go above and beyond in the healthcare field to deliver outstanding patient care.” A registered nurse with more than 30 years of clinical and administrative experience, Mr. Alexander is responsible for implementing health education programs, such as health screenings, seminars and special events, that address the needs of senior citizens, minorities and medically underserved groups. He played a role in mobilizing PHCS to provide life-saving surgery for William Fernando Morocho Japa, an Ecuadorian man suffering a brain aneurysm, who was successfully treated at PHCS in June after Mr. Alexander learned of the his plight from a family representative in Hightstown. The hospital and all members of the man’s health care team waived all costs for the treatment.


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