Kristina Olson's keen scholarship is informing the conversation on gender identity.
A MacArthur Fellow and NSF emerging scientist award winner, Olson "is one of the world’s leading scholars of how gender identity develops in children, and — more generally — how children think about social groups,” said Ken Norman, chair of Princeton’s psychology department.
How art by Audubon, Darwin and others influenced science: Insights from a Princeton course.
A Princeton seminar in American art disentangles the facts and fictions in early images of scientific inquiry. Students learn critical skills they can apply to contemporary images, as well.
Through the Venture Forward campaign, Princeton is making audacious bets on talent and potential that will have a transformative impact on the future of humanity.
Long-term population benefits of wearing masks for endemic infections depend on the biology of transmission and immunity
Robert Willig, ‘brilliant economist,’ inspirational teacher and devoted public servant, dies at age 75
University committee seeks feedback on Witherspoon statue proposal
Princeton establishes Energy Research Fund
Jennifer Rexford named Princeton’s next provost
Debenedetti to step down after 10 years as dean for research
New partnerships, programs and positions are part of Princeton’s ongoing commitment to combat systemic racism.
Princeton is providing an interim update on the University-wide and department-level initiatives launched during the 2021-22 year as part of the University's ongoing commitment to combat systemic racism. A full annual report will be released in the fall.
Environmental research at Princeton is addressing the world's challenges.
Research groups across the University are making pivotal contributions across the spectrum of environmental issues. The Princeton Environmental Research portal tracks the full scope of activity arising out of more than a dozen different academic units, from physical, biological and applied sciences to art, architecture, psychology, policy and more.