Casey Beidel and Brian Sheng-Kai Li are the recipients of the 2024 Pyne Prize, the highest general distinction for undergraduates.
Advancing Scholarly Knowledge
Pasquale Toscano, José de Jesús Montaño López, Geneva Smith, and Ryan Unger are Jacobus Fellows, the top honor for graduate students.
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Eisgruber, municipal officials discuss University support of shared community interests
University President Christopher L. Eisgruber met Feb. 26 with the Princeton Mayor and Council. The University announced last month that it plans to contribute more than $50 million over five years to the municipality and local organizations.
At Alumni Day, Princeton honors computer scientist Fei-Fei Li and ornithologist John Fitzpatrick
The 109th Alumni Day program demonstrated the impact of Princeton’s “audacious bets” on talent and potential.
DOJ designates Mayer to serve as first chief science and technology adviser and chief AI officer
Jonathan Mayer teaches in the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) and the Department of Computer Science at Princeton. He is a resident faculty member at the University's Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).
Princeton faculty members are all exceptional scholars in their disciplines who are expected to teach as well as engage in research. Faculty work closely with undergraduates in the supervision of junior year independent work and senior theses.