Located at the center of campus, the Museum is free and open to the public and hosts a dozen temporary exhibitions each year, many motivated by the collections and coordinated with the University curriculum, but presented for the benefit of a broad public.
With a growing global population comes new challenges – ranging from access to health care to changing migration patterns. These are among the issues being addressed by researchers at the Office of Population Research (OPR) at Princeton University.
The Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice supports research on civil strife mitigation, regional and global conflicts, and strategies for reconciliation.
The Princeton Physical Sciences-Oncology Center (PPS-OC) is an interdisciplinary research center aimed at exploring the physical laws that govern the emergence and behavior of cancer.
The Lewis Center for the Arts, now celebrating its fifth anniversary, was founded on the principle that exposure to the arts, and particularly to the experience of making art, is fundamental to understanding ourselves and the world around us.
The Princeton Neuroscience Institute (PNI) is exploring the physical underpinnings of emotions, learning, memory and other neurological functions.
The Princeton Center for Theoretical Science is dedicated to exploring the frontiers of theory in the natural sciences.
The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, known as PIIRS, is dedicated to furthering interdisciplinary, international research and teaching at Princeton.
Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is dedicated to environmental protection and conservation, the study of sustainable energy, and tackling the issues related to our use of non-renewable fuels.
Building relationships between the researchers and students of Princeton University and education institutions around the world.
Research within the Center for African American Studies (CAAS) is interdisciplinary in nature and part of a broader endeavor to understand history and experiences of African Americans.
Researchers at the Combustion Energy Frontier Research Center (CEFRC) are finding ways to enhance combustion efficiency, reduce emissions, explore carbon-neutral fuels and contribute to the formulation of fundamentally new fuels and engines.
The Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics (PACM) is home to researchers who create innovative and quantitative approaches and apply them to today's unsolved problems in science, economics, and engineering.
Princeton's Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) brings together scholars, artists, students and experts to explore the many facets of Latin America.
At the forefront in providing research to guide policies that protect consumers and enable secure technologies for voting, commerce and many other applications.
In 2010-2011, the Pace Center offered more than 1,680 opportunities for civic engagement.
Research that enhances the fundamental understanding of natural climate variability and human influence on climate.
With an emphasis on quantitative approaches, the Bendheim Center for Finance attracts the world’s leading experts in finance from academia, government and the private sector.
With a focus on health and wellbeing, exploring how public policies can influence health and quality of life, and training future leaders in health and health policy.
Spanning the traditional disciplines of science and engineering, PRISM brings together academia and industry to advance material science research and educate the next generation of leaders.
Educating leaders for a technology-driven society
Dedicated to improving children's lives, the Center focuses on research and policy in fields such as education, child health, economic insecurity and neighborhood quality.
The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics is dedicated to an interdisciplinary approach to the study of modern biology.
At Princeton, high-performance computing resources are available to researchers from all academic departments and disciplines.