Events - Daily
|Tuesday, January 21|
PSURE Application Period Begins November 1
The Office of Academic Affairs and Diversity offers an eight-week summer research experience for up to 20 undergraduates who express a serious interest in pursuing a Ph.D. and following a career in college or university teaching and research. Application period runs November 1, 2013 - February 1, 2014.
111 Clio Hall · 9:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.
Mindfulness and Meditation Lunch: Health and Happiness
Research shows that health and happiness go together, and that good health is dependent upon exercise, nutrition, sleep, and a regular dose of positive emotions. Happier people experience less stress and have stronger immune systems. Through the practice of mindfulness, we can learn simple and practical steps to improve our own health. By cultivating positive emotions, we are taking care of our bodies and our minds. Facilitated by Shefalika Gandhi, LCSW. A healthy lunch will be served. The event is free. This event is open to Princeton University Graduate students. Spouses/partners may also attend with permission. Sign-ups are encouraged but a number of walk-ins will be allowed. Sign up with Olivia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the Graduate School and University Health Services.
Campus Club Library · 12:30 p.m.– 1:30 p.m.
Fences is one of the most beloved plays in August Wilson’s soaring ten-play cycle chronicling the African-American experience of the 20th century. This Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning drama tells the gripping story of a father and son and the hopes and dreams which they desperately cling to in rapidly changing mid-century America. Under the inspired direction of Phylicia Rashad, Fences is August Wilson at his best: challenging the American dream through a poetic, powerful, and deeply personal story. Fences is a transfixing American classic—not to be missed! Seats are limited and are only available for Princeton graduate students. Contact Olivia at email@example.com to reserve a ticket indicating your name, PUID number, and the last two digits of your social security number by Wednesday, January 8. To bring a guest that is not a PU student you would need to buy their ticket for $15 and indicate this when you first email. Please note, VSRCs are not eligible for the Tiger Ticket program.
Sponsored by the Graduate School.
Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center · 7:30 p.m.– 9:30 p.m.