News & Features

A selection of items about diversity and inclusion at Princeton and around higher education. View archive »

Policies & Initiatives

Diversifying Campus Places and Spaces

The Board of Trustees and campus administrators begin work on the Wilson Legacy Review Committee recommendations.

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Helping First-Generation Students Feel More at Home

Programs like the Freshman Scholars Institute and the Scholars Institute Fellows Program provide resources and support for first-generation and low-income students as they transition to Princeton.

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Trustee committee issues report on Wilson Legacy

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

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People

Eisgruber receives U.S. Navy's Distinguished Service Award

The U.S. Navy has recognized Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber with the Distinguished Public Service Award, the highest civilian honor given by the Secretary of the Navy.

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Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Princeton

Learn more about campus diversity and inclusion resources and offices.

 

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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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Community

Statement about Immigration Policy

President Eisgruber has issued a statement about immigration policy.  Staff at the Davis Center are available to assist with questions any students or scholars may have about visa issues.

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Nourishing our people and our planet

Campus Dining is making strides toward inclusive and sustainable dining experiences.

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University Celebrates King Holiday

Town residents, students, and staff attened a community breakfast to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Jan. 16. 

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Wilson Marker Committee seeks input

The Woodrow Wilson Marker Committee seeks input from University students, alumni, faculty and staff on the form and content the permanent marker of Woodrow Wilson's legacy might take.  Comments and suggestions are welcome through January 31.

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Tackling wicked problems

Four Princeton undergraduates explore improving access to affordable housing as part of the University's inaugural Tiger Challenge.

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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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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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Make Your Voice Heard

The Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is collecting feedback regarding the University's policies and practices, as well as providing opportunities to discuss national events.

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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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