Princeton is exploring Toni Morrison's creative process with an abundance of exhibitions and events.
The landmark exhibition “Toni Morrison: Sites of Memory” runs through June 4 at the Princeton University Library and anchors the series. A Sites of Memory Symposium this week convenes scholars, writers and artists. Edwidge Danticat keynotes.
Princeton on ice: Documenting climate change at the ends of the Earth.
Polar ice tells the story of climate change — over millions of years and right now. Climate scientist John Higgins, historian of science Justine Holzman, and environmentalist Anne McClintock are bringing that story to light through their work.
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.
Where to watch the NCAA Sweet 16 Princeton game and cheer the Tigers on
Four Princeton seniors awarded ReachOut Fellowship for public service
New funding supports Princeton's biofuels efforts
Princeton chemist and astrophysicist team up to uncover spatial patterns among galaxies
Ecologist Jeanne Altmann and ethicist Peter Singer honored with Frontiers of Knowledge Awards
Princeton University announces over $14.6 million in voluntary contributions to Princeton Public Schools
Diversity, equity and inclusion report highlights many ways Princeton is working toward enriching teaching, research and community.
The report summarizes a range of events, programs and initiatives launched during the 2021-22 academic year, and also includes demographic and climate data about students, faculty and staff.
Environmental research at Princeton is addressing the world’s challenges.
Princeton researchers are making contributions across the spectrum of environmental issues, from climate modeling and water management to clean tech and the transition to carbon-free energy. The University has launched a monthly newsletter, The Charge, to highlight these developments and findings. Read more about the research and subscribe to the newsletter on Princeton’s environmental website.