Recent News

Thursday, Mar 25, 2021

It turns out there is such a thing as a “karma” machine, and it lives on the ground floor of Frick Laboratory.

Monday, Mar 22, 2021

Current events often find their way into academic studies, but rarely with such urgency and immediacy as with COVID-19.

Thursday, Mar 18, 2021

The roots of injustice, racism and violence directed against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community in the United States took hold long before the horrific March 16 killings in Atlanta — and long before the novel coronavirus emerged in Wuhan, China.

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021

Over an action-packed three days in January, ten teams of Princeton graduate students and postdoctoral researchers forged and strengthened entrepreneurial ventures through the newly created Princeton Startup Bootcamp, led by startup accelerator firm Techstars and organized by Princeton...

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.

Tuesday, Mar 16, 2021

A new technology being developed by Princeton University researchers and alumni could offer a more effective and robust delivery method for COVID-19 vaccines. Compared to current vaccines, the technology, which relies on a new type of nanoparticle, could introduce five times as much of the vaccine’s active ingredient, mRNA, into recipients’...

Friday, Mar 12, 2021

The work of Black playwrights Lorraine Hansberry and August Wilson are often studied and performed in theater programs and professional theaters, but many other seminal African American playwrights have never been given the attention they deserve.

Monday, Mar 8, 2021

The Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students is thrilled to announce its new program Tigers in Town. Tigers in Town is a program designed to encourage students to explore Princeton – on Nassau Street and beyond – while supporting local businesses.

Tuesday, Mar 2, 2021

On Tuesday, a bipartisan U.S. Senate vote confirmed Dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, Cecilia Rouse, as chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisors. She is the first Black leader of the Council in its 75-year history.

Monday, Mar 1, 2021

Ning Lin, who today is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Princeton, denies she predicted Hurricane Sandy, the massive storm that made landfall in New York City in October 2012, causing widespread coastal flooding and wind damage.