Princeton University has offered admission to 13 transfer students for entry in fall 2018, the first transfer admissions since the University reinstated its transfer program. The renewed program is aimed at especially encouraging applicants from low-income, military or community college backgrounds.
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Princeton hosts ‘Northeastern Legislative Climate and Energy Summit’ to discuss regional carbon reduction
Princeton Research Day puts spotlight on innovative work across University
Senior thesis: Khan investigates measles in her native Pakistan
Begin with the brushstroke: ‘The Art of Paul Cézanne In and Out of the Studio’
Robert George receives Heterodox Academy Leadership Award for fostering open dialogue
Princeton hosts regional ‘Diversity Summit’ for small minority-owned and women-owned businesses
Princeton will commission new portraits to update and diversify University collection
Princeton will commission eight new portraits of alumni and former faculty and administrators to reflect the diversity of the University community. The expansion of the University portrait collection already includes the portraits commissioned last year of Toni Morrison in Morrison Hall and of Sir Arthur Lewis in Robertson Hall.
Architects, planners selected for Lake Campus Master Plan project at Princeton
Two award-winning design firms will collaborate to develop a master plan for Princeton University’s proposed Lake Campus. The project aims to transform University lands south of Lake Carnegie into a vibrant, mixed-use community that includes academic partnerships with external collaborators in an expanded innovation ecosystem.
Ultrahigh-pressure laser experiments shed light on cores of ‘super-Earth’ exoplanets
Princeton scientists have identified more than 2,000 of these “super-Earths,” exoplanets that are larger than Earth but smaller than Neptune, the next-largest planet in our solar system. By studying how iron and silicon alloys respond to extraordinary pressures, scientists are gaining new insights into the nature of super-Earths and their cores.
Town and University come together for Communiversity Artsfest
‘60 Minutes’ features Princeton’s transformative efforts to increase socioeconomic diversity
Constructing Inca: The modern allure of an ancient culture
This spring, 12 Princeton undergraduates in the course “Inca Art and Architecture” learned firsthand the critical role that landscape can play in the structure of a civilization. One of several Princeton classes that incorporated a spring break excursion, the Inca course included a trip to Peru to visit Cusco, Machu Picchu and Lima.
Kyle Berlin named valedictorian, Katherine Lim selected as salutatorian
In Princeton-Microsoft case, court rules government acted unlawfully in rescinding DACA program
Eight graduate students honored for excellence in teaching and service
The Graduate School has presented eight graduate students with its annual Teaching Awards in recognition of their outstanding abilities as teachers.