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Erickson new head of disability services

Elizabeth Erickson has been named the new director of the Office of Disability Services.

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100 Years of Jewish Life at Princeton

"L'Chaim! To Life: Celebrating 100 Years of Jewish Life at Princeton"  The conference welcomed over 700 alumni and guests to campus for an inaugural conference.

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Buck named dean for diversity and inclusion

LaTanya Buck, currently the director of the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Washington University, will assume the role of dean for diversity and inclusion in August.

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Trustee committee issues report on Wilson Legacy

The special committee conveined by the Board of Trustees to examine the legacy of Woodrow Wilson has issued a report and recommendations (PDF).

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Student Profile: Sofia Gallo '17

Sofia Gallo, class of 2017 talks about her experience as a visually impaired student at Princeton.

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LGBT Center welcomes new director

Judy Jarvis, former LGBTQ Center and Women's Center director at Vassar College assumed her new role as director of Princeton's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Center on Jan. 18.

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Princeton Hidden Minority Council receives award

The Princeton Hidden Minority Council received the Martin Luther King Journey Award for Special Achievement during the University's annual King Day Celebration on Jan. 18.  

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King's legacy honored

Princeton honored the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during its annual celebration on Jan. 18.  Professor Wesley L. Harris *68, the Charles Stark Draper Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology delivered the keynote address. 

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Wilson legacy discussions set to begin

The special trustee committee examining the legacy of Woodrow Wilson will hold open forums and attend the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) meeting on February 15.

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Wilson Legacy Review Launched

The Board of Trustees has appointed a special committee to examine the legacy of Woodrow Wilson.

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Addressing Campus Climate

President Eisgruber updates the Princeton University community on recent campus events.

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UMatter health and well-being initiative launched

Be an active bystander - make healthy choices - care for others - take action! The new UMatter initiative helps students, faculty and staff promote a healthier and safer campus community.

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Implementation Update

The Special Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion has submitted its report. Several changes are underway.

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We Are Listening

The University asked for your opinions and experiences of campus climate, diversity and inclusion.  The feedback is used to inform decisions about programs, policies and initiatives.

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Number of gender-neutral bathrooms increasing

The process of creating more gender-neutral bathrooms across campus is underway.

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Princeton employees honored for dedication and service

Princeton University staff members were recognized for their commitment to excellence, exceptional performance and leadership potential during the University's annual Service Recognition Luncheon.

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Native Americans at Princeton

For more than two centuries after its founding, the University excluded most minorities, but a handful of Native Americans proved an exception.

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