Milley ’80
Photo: Kevin Birch

Recently retired Gen. Mark Milley ’80, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has joined Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs as a visiting professor and visiting lecturer. Milley, whose role runs through June 2025, will deliver lectures; meet with students, alumni, and faculty; participate in “SPIA in D.C.” events; and collaborate with the Security Studies Ph.D. program, according to a February SPIA announcement. Milley is also a fellow in residence at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. The Princeton and Georgetown positions were announced on the same day.

From left, McGuinness ’24 and Verlinde ’24
From left, McGuinness ’24 and Verlinde ’24
From left, Sameer A. Khan h’21 / Fotobuddy and Princeton University
Alice McGuinness ’24 and Nathalie Verlinde ’24 received one of Princeton’s highest honors, the 2024 Sachs Scholarship, named for Daniel Sachs ’60. McGuinness, a history major from Milwaukee, will pursue two master’s degrees at the University of Oxford, in modern South Asian studies and forced migration and refugee studies. Verlinde, a molecular biology major from Princeton, will spend a year researching technological interventions and treatments for neurological disorders at NeuroRestore in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Sachs program also supports one year of study at Princeton for a visiting scholar from Oxford. Jack Nunn, a doctoral candidate in medieval and modern languages, will spend the next year in Princeton’s history department.