A groundbreaking survey of Pakistanis has found stronger support for militant groups among the middle class than the poor. The finding by a team including Princeton researchers challenges the conventional wisdom about links between economic status and views on militants that has helped shaped American foreign-aid policies since 2001.
Stuart Leland has been named Princeton University’s first director for research integrity and assurance, to which he brings 20 years of experience in laboratory research and in research compliance. His appointment was effective Aug. 15.
International leaders in the fields of philosophy and history, public health, neuroscience and biophysics, and Eastern European history and politics will visit Princeton for terms starting in the academic years 2012-13 and 2013-14 in the University’s Global Scholars Program.
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The start of the academic year marks milestones for campus construction projects, including the final phase of Princeton University’s solar collector field, which will produce solar power to support the University’s annual electrical needs.
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Princeton University continues to be recognized in national and international college ranking lists for its academic quality, outstanding undergraduate student experience and generous no-loan financial aid that enables students to graduate debt free.