The Princeton men’s basketball team won the first Ivy League championship tournament Sunday, earning an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament. The Tigers, seeded 12th in the NCAA West bracket, will play fifth-seeded Notre Dame in the first round Thursday.
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Committee issues pilot recommendations for undergraduate dining
The Princeton University Board Plan Review Committee has developed initial recommendations to enhance the dining experience for undergraduates starting in fall 2017. The changes will be implemented as a one-year pilot program and will inform the committee’s ongoing review of undergraduate board plans.
Read more about the pilot recommendations.
Innovations in building intelligent cities
Researchers like Bou-Zeid and others in Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science are exploring new ways to build urban infrastructures to serve our growing population, changing civilization and warming planet.
Read more about intelligent cities.
Princeton-Intel collaboration breaks new ground in studies of the brain
Early this year, about 30 neuroscientists and computer programmers got together to improve their ability to read the human mind. The hackathon was one of several that researchers from Princeton University and Intel, the largest maker of computer processors, organized to build software that can tell what a person is thinking in real time, while the person is thinking it.
Claiborne receives Luce Scholarship for internship in popular art in Asia
Princeton senior Monique Claiborne has been awarded a Luce Scholarship that will allow her to spend the next year in Asia.
Read more about the Luce Scholarship.