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Leadership, Humility, and Service: The Princeton Tradition (Lecture Segment‪)‬ Alumni Day Award Winners

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Robert Mueller III ’66, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, reflects upon the core values of leadership, humility, and service learned during his time as an undergraduate student at Princeton University and reinforced by his service in the U.S. Marine Corps. He further discusses the effects of globalization, technology, and social media on law enforcement and the need for constant strategic adaptation to protect against global threats and terrorism. Mueller was the Woodrow Wilson Award winner, Alumni Day 2012.

Robert Mueller III ’66, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, reflects upon the core values of leadership, humility, and service learned during his time as an undergraduate student at Princeton University and reinforced by his service in the U.S. Marine Corps. He further discusses the effects of globalization, technology, and social media on law enforcement and the need for constant strategic adaptation to protect against global threats and terrorism. Mueller was the Woodrow Wilson Award winner, Alumni Day 2012.

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