The Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) and the Princeton University Art Museum hosted the “Environmental Perspectives on ‘Nature’s Nation” event featuring four Princeton faculty members who talked about environmental topics and issues against the backdrop of selected works from the installation, which runs through Jan. 6.
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The Franklin Institute has awarded Frances Arnold and John Hopfield two of the eight honors of The Franklin Institute Awards Class of 2019.
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Indira Lakshmanan, executive editor of the Pulitzer Center, and counterintelligence specialist Asha Rangappa, Princeton’s Class of 1996, discuss critical challenges facing democracy today from distinctive and equally insightful perspectives in the latest episodes of “She Roars.”
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Princeton University has signed a five-year renewal of its strategic partnership with the University of Tokyo to further support collaborative research and teaching and boost interdisciplinary scholarship.
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Princeton seniors Paul Greenbaum, Esham Macauley, Amanda Morrison and Rebekah Ninan have been named Schwarzman Scholars. The Schwarzman Scholarship covers the cost of graduate study and living toward a one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
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Ronald O. Perelman and Debra G. Perelman announced that the Perelman Family Foundation is making the lead gift to establish a new residential college at Princeton University.
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Princeton University has teamed up with Microsoft to collaborate on the leading edge of microbiology and computational modelling research.
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Louise “Weezie” Sams, a member of the Princeton Class of 1979 and a charter trustee of the University, has been elected as the next chair of the Princeton University Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 2019.
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The Princeton Catalysis Initiative (PCI) celebrated it’s first industrial partnership, a 10-year, $6 million commitment from Celgene signed Nov. 1.
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Princeton University seniors Nicolette D’Angelo, John Hoffmeyer and Katharine (Kate) Reed have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
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Gov. Murphy gave the keynote address Nov. 9 at the annual meeting of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University.
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Technologies and discoveries with the potential to make a difference in everyday lives lined the tables and booths at Princeton University’s 10th annual Celebrate Princeton Innovation reception. Over 300 guests attended the event Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Frick Chemistry Laboratory.
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Frances Arnold, Class of 1979, shares the logic behind her 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry in the latest episode of the “She Roars Podcast.”
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Hundreds of students, faculty and staff gathered in the McCosh 50 lecture hall Monday evening to honor the memory of those killed in the Oct. 27 attack at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
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Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber, the president of Rutgers University and the chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison are urging U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to do all she can to prevent the proposed withdrawal of federal agency protections for transgender people, including members of their campus communities.
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Helen Zia ’73 discusses her life of “walking the talk” in episode 3 of Princeton’s new She Roars Podcast.
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All members of the University community are invited to attend a Nov. 5 gathering on campus to honor those who died at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
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Princeton University senior Samvida Sudheesh Venkatesh has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
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On Oct. 26, several groups of Princetonians got to sit down with Frances Arnold of the Class of 1979, who won this year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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Mark Zondlo, Associate professor in Princeton’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, research team has tracked greenhouse gases and air pollutants on the streets of Beijing and New York City, around Pennsylvania gas wells, and near animal feedlots in Colorado and California.
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