Princeton will require employees to receive COVID-19 vaccine; updates public health policies for summer and fall.
Princeton University will require that all faculty, staff, researchers, appointed visiting faculty and researchers, temporary employees, and independent contractors (i.e., individuals working alongside with or providing services to students and employees) receive and provide proof of having received a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and/or World Health Organization.
Princeton University widens net-zero goals and lays out dissociation process to advance action on climate change.
The Board of Trustees adopts measures to evaluate Princeton’s dissociation from fossil fuel companies that are in conflict with its sustainability goals and commits to a net-zero endowment.
A better understanding of 'wet markets' is key to safeguarding human health and biodiversity
Graduate students Musslick and Ristroph named Schmidt Science Fellows
Ibeh named Princeton’s associate vice president for capital projects
‘Language and Migration’ symposium explores critical issue of ‘language justice’
Gene Andrew Jarrett named Princeton’s next dean of the faculty
Board approves faculty appointments
An update on Princeton’s ongoing efforts to address systemic racism.
Last summer, the University announced an initiative to address America’s record of structural inequality and racism as well as Princeton’s place in that history. Now, the University is providing an interim update on these ongoing efforts. An annual report will be released this fall.
Trustee-level ad hoc committee develops principles to govern decisions about naming, renaming and changing iconography .
The principles on naming and renaming will govern questions about when and under what circumstances it might be appropriate for the University to remove or contextualize the names and representations of individuals present on Princeton's campus.