Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies
The Princeton University Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies was created to improve the clarity, accuracy and sophistication of discourse about the nation's artistic and cultural life.
Center for Migration and Development
The Princeton University Center for Migration and Development was created to promote scholarship and enrich intellectual exchanges among faculty and students with an interest in migration processes and community national development.
Center for Research on Child Wellbeing
The Center for Research on Child Wellbeing (CRCW) conducts research on children's health, education, income, and family structure.
Center for the Study of Religion
The Center for the Study of Religion at Princeton University is a major academic initiative that aims to encourage scholarly research, teaching, and public discussion about religion through the diverse perspectives of the humanities and social sciences.
Center for the Study of Social Organization (CSSO)
The Center for the Study of Social Organization is devoted to fostering interest, training, and research that illuminates the structures and mechanisms through which collectivities of all kinds pursue their goals and coordinate their activities. In particular, we focus on the three major and interpenetrating forms of organization in modern societies – bureaucracy or formal organization; markets; and informal social networks.
Joint Degree Program in Social Policy
The Joint Degree Program in Social Policy ("JDP" for short) is a collaborative effort of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and the departments of Politics, Psychology, Population Studies, Sociology, and Economics. The JDP program exposes students to the substantive contributions and methodological approaches the various disciplines have made to the study of insecurity and inequality: from the micro-elements of interpersonal perception and judgment and decision-making to the broader institutional contexts of family structure, neighborhoods, schools, labor markets and political institutions.
International Network Archive
The International Network Archive provides data on contemporary global transactions. It is currently beginning to collect data from the Historical Atlas of Globalization.
Office of Population Research
The Office of Population Research at Princeton University is the oldest population research center in the country. Founded in 1936, it has trained more than a hundred students who received doctoral degrees and more than a hundred others who received one-year professional training. Many of these alumni occupy important professional positions in developing countries; others are on university faculties in this country and abroad.
Program in Law and Public Affairs
By combining the multidisciplinary expertise of Princeton's faculty with knowledge and perspectives provided by leading academic and practical experts on the law, the Program in Law and Public Affairs has created an exciting new forum for teaching and research about the legal technologies and institutions need to address the complex problems of the new century.