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Wednesday, Sep 15, 2021

Darell Fields, a designer and inventor, and physicist Clifford Johnson have been named Presidential Visiting Scholars at Princeton University for the 2021-22 academic year.

Wednesday, Sep 15, 2021

Twelve scholars spanning engineering and the sciences, social sciences and humanities have been named Presidential Postdoctoral Research Fellows at Princeton. The program aims to enhance diversity in academia.

Friday, Aug 27, 2021

First-generation and lower-income (FLI) students across the country spent the summer preparing for a successful school year with support from Princeton’s Emma Bloomberg Center for Access and Opportunity.

Monday, Jul 19, 2021

President Eisgruber shares his perspective on the urgent need for federal legislative action to protect Dreamers.

Read his newest blog post.

Monday, Jun 21, 2021

This spring, Imani Perry, the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies and Mario Moore, visual artist and Princeton University Hodder Fellow  explored the links between the plight of Black soldiers during the Civil War and the state of racial justice and Black culture in modern-day America through their...

Tuesday, Jun 15, 2021

President Eisgruber shares his reflections on the Juneteenth holiday and takes a deep-dive into the new book On Juneteenth by Harvard University Professor Annette Gordon-Reed in his newest blog post.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2021

Princeton University is excited to add Juneteenth as a standing University holiday. We hope to create opportunities and spaces for University community members to engage in conversation and programming, highlighting the significance of Juneteenth. To increase awareness and understanding, staff have the opportunity to receive a copy of Annette...

Monday, May 3, 2021

A professorship in Indigenous studies, grant programs for anti-racism research and new partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are some of the initiatives launched this academic year as part of...

Wednesday, Apr 28, 2021

In a recent blog post, President Eisgruber addresses the use of human remains from the 1985 MOVE bombing in Philadelphia by a visiting professor from the University of Pennsylvania.

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