Spring 2021 Information
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Eisgruber, Princeton officials underscore the mutual benefits of partnership during the pandemic.
Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber joins Princeton municipal officials for their annual discussion of mutual interests impacting the University and the community.
UPDATED: Princeton voices: Speaking out on anti-Asian American racism and violence in aftermath of the Atlanta shootings.
Read, watch and listen to some of the Princeton faculty and alumni contributions to the national dialogue surrounding Asian American racism during the pandemic and following the March 16 violence in Atlanta.
Khan, McEnany and Orlovsky awarded Goldwater Scholarships
Ruth J. Simmons will speak at Princeton’s Baccalaureate ceremony
Lydia and Bill Addy ’82 make gift to support undergraduate student expansion
In an extraordinary year, Princeton offers admission to 1,498 students for the Class of 2025
Nathan Alan Davis receives Windham-Campbell Prize for Drama
Hello, World. Princeton and WHYY launch new podcast “A.I. Nation”
Big but affordable effort needed for America to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Princeton study shows .
The new “Net-Zero America” study maps out state-by-state, sector-by-sector, and decade-by-decade what it would take for the U.S. economy to be fully decarbonized, and provides a blueprint for action in the 2020s.
Princeton Playbook public health campaign aims to limit spread of COVID-19 on campus.
The University's new public health campaign focuses on four principles or “plays”— Prepare, Protect, Participate and Persist — to help limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus and in the community.