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Monday, Apr 19, 2021
by Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications

As the trial of Derek Chauvin comes to a close, and as the nation continues to grapple with a spate of violence and killings over the last few weeks, Princeton is offering resources to the University community, including virtual spaces for processing and discussion. Events such as these challenge us as a community, and also can take a toll on...

Monday, Apr 19, 2021

With the goal of enhancing and expanding Princeton University’s fundamental commitment to the college success of talented students from first-generation, lower-income and underrepresented backgrounds, Bloomberg Philanthropies has...

Wednesday, Apr 14, 2021

Building upon the historical legacy and impactful work of Princeton’s Women*s Center and LGBT Center, a new center for gender and sexuality at Princeton University will launch in fall 2021, allowing staff to better serve individuals and groups across campus, said LaTanya Buck, dean for diversity and inclusion in the Office of the Vice President...

Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021

The paper, "How University Diversity Rationales Inform Student Preferences and Outcomes" authored by Jordan G. Starck, Stacey Sinclair and J.

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021

The following statement by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber was shared on the President’s blog on March 17, 2021:

Tuesday, Mar 16, 2021

Thirty-three Princeton graduate students co-created and completed the Graduate School’s inaugural Inclusive Leadership Learning Cohort (ILLC) in fall 2020.

Monday, Feb 1, 2021

Although the course “Reading Toni Morrison” was taught virtually this fall, students were given special digital access to the Toni Morrison papers in Princeton University Library’s Special Collections to explore the Nobel Laureate...

Tuesday, Jan 26, 2021

As Heather Howard, a lecturer in public affairs, was planning for her fall course “Health Care for Vulnerable Populations in the U.S.,” she considered not one but two pandemics.

Monday, Dec 7, 2020

The committee will launch a series of listening sessions this week, along with a website where Princetonians can share feedback and learn more about the committee’s work, which is expected to continue throughout the 2020-21 academic year.

Friday, Dec 4, 2020

A new professorship of Indigenous studies, endowed by a $5 million gift from Wendy Schmidt and her husband, Eric Schmidt, a 1976 alumnus, will build on Princeton’s interdisciplinary strengths and expand its faculty...

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