Mary Caswell Stoddard sits with drawers full of eggs

Hatching a new hypothesis about egg shape diversity

The research of Mary Caswell Stoddard, an assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Princeton University, suggests that the shape of an egg for a bird of a given species may be driven in part by features of a bird's physiology related to its capability for flight.

Summer Programs on campus tigers behind Nassau Hall

Summer at Princeton

While most of our students are away, campus is still bustling during the summer. Check out the updated Princeton Summer website for news and information on activities and resources on campus and around town, including recreation, dining, libraries and more.

Student walks through gate with arms up cheering

Graduation images for friends and family

University photographers have been capturing moments of ceremony, recognition and celebration at graduation events throughout May and June. As images are processed, we are posting links to the galleries on the Graduation Pictures website.

Oval with Points sculpture on campus

Study at Princeton

Our approach to learning combines the best aspects of a great research university and an outstanding liberal arts college.

Denise Applewhite, University Photographer, teaching at STEM camp

Work at Princeton

Every employee has the opportunity to make an impact supporting our mission of teaching and research.