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Nancy Weiss Malkiel's new book examines struggle for coeducation

Princeton voted to admit women in 1969, the same year that Nancy Weiss Malkiel began teaching at the University. In her new book, "'Keep the Damned Women Out': The Struggle for Coeducation," Malkiel examines the struggle, implementation and results of coeducation at Princeton and other top colleges and universities in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Princeton Profiles: Akil Word-Daniels, researching lasers to change the world

Akil Word-Daniels, a Princeton Ph.D. student in electrical engineering, balances his study of quantum cascade lasers with activities such as intramural softball and playtime with his dog, Zoe. Read more.

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Wild Science: Photos from the Mpala Research Centre

For Princeton University faculty and students, the Mpala Research Centre, a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional field laboratory that sits on a 50,000-acre reserve and ranch in central Kenya, provides an expansive natural terrain ideal for large-scale field experiments in ecology, biology, geology and other fields. Students and other researchers at Mpala work in a setting where the human and natural worlds intersect, one of great natural beauty and diversity. A true international experience, Mpala embeds students in local schools and communities to learn about how people in pastoralist economies interact with and rely on the land and wildlife. Read more.

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Learning Across Borders shares student experiences

Princeton University's Learning Across Borders (LABs), a new campus initiative that allows students to share their international experiences with their Princeton peers, gives students a venue to reflect on their journeys, and to document and display them in a way that is not only meaningful to them, but potentially inspiring to future travelers. Read more.

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