Monday, Jul 27, 2020

By Aaron Nathans, Office of Engineering Communications

As a senior research specialist at a Princeton University lab that requires precision control over dust particles in the air, Eric Mills’ training gave him a special sort of insight as he confronts the coronavirus pandemic in a very different capacity.

Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020

By Donald Gilpin, Town Topics

n the face of unprecedented food insecurities brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Princeton University is teaming up with Princeton Public Schools (PPS) and three Mercer County nonprofits this summer to provide thousands of meals to local communities.

Monday, Jul 13, 2020

By Morgan Kelly, Princeton Environmental Institute

As civic leaders and urban planners work to make cities more sustainable and livable by investing in outdoor spaces and recreational activities such as biking and walking, Princeton researchers have identified the benefit of an activity largely overlooked by policymakers — home...

Tuesday, Jul 7, 2020

By Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications

Most people only hear about seismometers in the context of big earthquakes or volcanoes, but the sensitive instruments detect much gentler movements as well.

Monday, Jul 6, 2020

by the Office of Communications

With focus on public health, Princeton will invite approximately half of undergraduates to campus each semester, most teaching to remain online

Dear members of the Princeton community,

Tuesday, Jun 9, 2020

By Patrycja Pajdak, The Daily Princetonian

The locally-owned boutiques, gift shops, and restaurants that comprise the town of Princeton are facing the full economic consequences of COVID-19, as the University students on whom they depend are absent. A community that typically thrives has found itself struggling to survive.