In Service of Humanity
At Pre-read assembly, Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa inspired the Class of 2027 to confront disinformation that threatens democracy.
Embracing Free Expression
An orientation program with President Eisgruber and ACLU’s Romero explored how to navigate challenging speech and difficult conversations.
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Princeton names campus arch for Kentaro Ikeda ’44, the University’s sole Japanese student during World War II
The naming honors Ikeda's persistence in the face of adversity and stands as "a stark reminder of the complicated histories of this country and our University."
TIME Magazine's TIME100 artificial intelligence list honors six Princetonians
The inaugural TIME100 AI list includes a Princeton professor, a current grad student and four alumni.
Princeton expands its commitment to research and education in quantum science and engineering
Andrew Houck and Ali Yazdani will co-direct the Princeton Quantum Initiative, and Nathalie de Leon is leading a new graduate program.
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.