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Web Date: February 22, 2016

Windfall lets Princeton financially support its third-year chemistry grad students

Endowed gift from cancer drug inventor Edward Taylor means students don’t have to rely on grant funds
Department: Science & Technology
Keywords: graduate education, philanthropy, Princeton

Starting next fall, all third-year chemistry graduate students at Princeton University will receive full fellowships that cover their costs. The awards are made possible by an endowed gift from Edward (Ted) C. Taylor, chemistry professor emeritus at Princeton and inventor of the cancer drug sold under the name Alimta. Neither Princeton nor Taylor will reveal the amount of the gift.

The new fellowships will ensure that chemistry graduate students at Princeton are . . .

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