Bloustein associate dean featured on Genius Country

August 14, 2012

Bloustein Associate Dean Thea Berkhout and her husband Paul Breitman, Assistant Vice President for University Services at Princeton University, are featured as this month’s “thought leaders” on geniuscountry.com. Genius Country is an online media platform designed to promote the uniqueness of Princeton’s people, places and institutions, launched “to celebrate the individuals who continue to ensure that Princeton will remain a bastion of American innovation,” according to the group’s website.

Genius Country chronicles people, events and ideas through 5 different lenses: Thought Leaders, Panache, Assets, Innovation and Shades of Genius.

Read more about Thea and Paul at geniuscountry.com.

 

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