By B. Rose Huber, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
In a message to the University community, President Eisgruber writes that safety depends on vigilant compliance with public health guidance; most instruction will remain online
By The Office of Communications
The testing lab is an integral part of the University’s overall health and safety measures.
By Morgan Kelly, High Meadows Environmental Institute
We are pleased to be able announce the first installment of our newest digital initative, co-produced by PUC and the University Musical Society (University of Michigan).
By Jamie Saxon, Office of Communications
The University’s initial $250,000 contribution and $100,000 challenge pledge to the Princeton Small Business Resiliency Fund helped raise more than $450,000 in grant funds; new round of applications to reopen November 1.
By Emily Aronson, Office of Communications
By Adam Hadhazy, Office of Engineering Communications
For the first time, researchers have directly visualized how speaking produces and expels droplets of saliva into the air. The smallest droplets can be inhaled by other people and are a primary way that respiratory infections like COVID-19 spread from person to person....
by University Advancement
Mellody Hobson and the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation have made the lead gift to establish a new residential college at Princeton University. Hobson College will be the first residential college at Princeton named for a Black woman and will be built on the site of First College, formerly known as Wilson...
By John Sullivan, Office of Engineering Communications
With implications for the transmission of diseases like COVID-19, researchers have found that ordinary conversation creates a conical, “jet-like” airflow that quickly carries a spray of tiny droplets from a speaker’s mouth across meters of an interior space.