The pleasure of learning is a key ingredient to life at Princeton University. Opportunities abound for students to engage academically with professors and each other, and in a variety of places on campus. A group above gathers to study on "Alexander Beach" in front of Richardson Auditorium in Alexander Hall.
Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications
Video feature: 'The Pleasure of Learning'
Posted December 30, 2013; 12:00 p.m.
As a liberal arts institution, Princeton University supports research and teaching across a broad range of disciplines both for the good of society and for its community members' personal and intellectual growth.
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"Learning, discovery and understanding are valuable not only instrumentally but also for their own sake, as sources of the joy and fulfillment that make a human life worth living," Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber said in a speech at his installation in September.
As seen in this video, whether it is the joy of engaging with a professor, being deeply immersed in a book or having a casual study session with friends, the pleasure of learning is experienced in a variety of ways around Princeton's campus.