During the Fall 2020 school semester, students from Princeton University's Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES), received hands-on experience working under three different local non-profit organizations. The course, run by psychology professor Dr. Casey Lew-Williams, gave students opportunities to apply their studies towards real-...
In March of 2020 Princeton University research laboratories were forced to shut down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this didn't stop faculty members from continuing their educational quests - a number of Princeton professors requested opportunities to use their knowledge, ideas and skills to assist in combating the pandemic.
Princeton University has partnered with various other universities and nonprofits on a $30 million grant from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to advance internet infrastructure.
NASA and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland agreed to cooperate on a NASA heliophysics mission, the Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP), which is led by Princeton's David McComas, a professor of astrophysical sciences.
Students in the Princeton University Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship seminar, "Developmental Origins of Life Outcomes," collaborated with local community partners this past semester to study how the first 1,000 days of life shape the rest of life.
Almost 100 years ago, Albert Einstein roamed the hallways and classrooms of Princeton University. Now, his time spent at the University is documented in a Digital Princeton University Library gallery. The gallery features three photo sets the describe Einstein's relationship with the University, Princeton University Press, and the Institute for...
At the request of the New Jersey Department of Health, Princeton University will be one of numerous distribution points for the COVID-19 vaccine once available throughout the state. The University is working in partnership with the state of New Jersey and municipality of Princeton to support vaccination efforts.
Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber reflects on the Constitution’s promise following the events that transpired in the United States Capitol. “We must rededicate ourselves to supporting and enacting the basic practices and values upon which our democracy and freedom depend,” he writes.
By Princeton University Concerts
We are pleased to share the second installment of our Sing for Today digital video initiative with mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. Sing for Today features DiDonato responding to current events and global concerns through the lens of song and conversation in a series of short videos.