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Areas of concentration

According to figures compiled by the Office of the Registrar http://ntigger. princeton.edu/ registrar/data/data.htm, the most popular areas of concentration for undergraduate students at Princeton are:

• Politics (254)
• History (219)
• English (210)
• Economics (203)
• Woodrow Wilson School (156)

The most popular areas of concentration for graduate students are:

• Woodrow Wilson School (176)
• Electrical engineering (163)
• Chemistry (123)
• Molecular biology (98)
• Economics (89)
 
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April 8, 2002
Vol. 91, No. 22
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Contents

Page one
Faculty research projects take on new meaning after Sept. 11
Nuclear threat remains long after the Cold War

Inside
Time is optimal for publication of comprehensive encyclopedia
Research projects address terrorism from many angles
Two develop interdisciplinary course as Behrman fellows
Two juniors win 2002 Truman Scholarship 

People
Sportlight, retiring
Briefs

Sections
By the numbers
Nassau Notes
Calendar of events


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