Community Resources regarding Israel and Gaza

At a university, events like the Israel-Hamas war can magnify differences in opinion, perspectives, and deeply held beliefs. Princeton is committed to using its scholarly, administrative and community resources to educate and support the campus community in times of stress and division.  Learn more about our plans and activities below and access additional resources on the University homepage, the Campus Resources for Difficult Times website, and the Navigating Tough Times: Supporting Employees website.

Inclusive Learning

Students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to engage in a number of inclusive learning opportunities.

Princeton Faculty Experts on the Crisis

Faculty in Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs share insights and approaches to a way ahead through expert analysis.  Conversations conducted by the School lay the groundwork for deeper understanding.

This video spotlights Dean Amaney Jamal (School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University) and Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo (School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University) in a conversation moderated by Princeton President Christopher Eisgruber discussing approaches to expanding the dialogue on constructive campus conversations across difference.