Scholarship with the Power to Surprise
At Princeton, curiosity drives our research. Kathryn Edin's stunning insights on poverty embody that spirit of discovery.
Princeton's New Rhodes Scholar
History major Sam Harshbarger has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for graduate study at the University of Oxford.
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Four professors receive Moore Foundation experimental physics awards
Princeton's Nathalie de Leon, Julia Mikhailova, Barry Rand and Jeff Thompson were among 21 researchers honored nationally.
New study shows in real-time what helps wildlife survive a cyclone
Research on a massive storm at Gorongosa National Park offers strategies for wildlife managers around the world.
Judge Nusrat J. Choudhury *06 will be Baccalaureate speaker
Baccalaureate, an end-of-year interfaith service that is one of Princeton’s oldest traditions, is scheduled for Sunday, May 26, 2024.
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