During Opening Exercises, President Eisgruber invited Princeton’s Class of 2027 to ‘think critically, embrace generously.’
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.
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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."
Class of 2027 arrives in midst of four-year undergraduate expansion
Two-thirds of the class qualifies for financial aid under the University's newly expanded program, which is one of the most generous in the country.
Chemist Iain McCulloch is appointed new director of the Andlinger Center
McCulloch comes to Princeton from the University of Oxford, with a track record for "leading interdisciplinary teams to address the biggest environmental challenges facing humanity."
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.