The Princeton Alumni Association of Canada won the 2011 John Maclean Award for being the "most improved" regional association this year. The award (it was a big trophy!) was presented at the Alumni Council's Annual Reunion Lunch on Friday, May 27, 2011.
The John Maclean Award is given annually in recognition of regional associations and clubs that made major reinvigoration efforts. Considered the Alumni Council’s “most improved” prize, it is named in honor of Princeton’s 10th president who established the Alumni Association of Nassau Hall in 1826 and in whose house the Office of the Alumni Association is now headquartered.
See 2011 Regional Association Awards for photos and descriptions of all the Regional Association awards this year.
Thank you to everyone who attended our events this past year. We could not have done it without you.