Alumna Karen Richardson named dean of admission at Princeton.
Karen Richardson, a leader in college admissions and a Princeton graduate and native of New Jersey who was among the first generation in her family to attend college, has been named dean of admission at Princeton University. She will start in her new role on July 1.
Symposium honoring Socolow looks forward from 48 years of climate action
Charles Gordon Gross, father of cognitive neuroscience, dies at 83
‘She Roars’ podcast: Chai Vasarhelyi talks about making a difference through film — and winning an Oscar
Service Recognition Luncheon honors Princeton employees for dedication and service
Panelists tell UN expert that artificial intelligence offers promise and peril for social programs
Bhargava and Scholes elected to Royal Society
Campus roadway will be named for pioneering African American alumnus and Princeton resident Robert Rivers.
Princeton University will name a campus roadway for pioneering African American alumnus and longtime Princeton resident Robert J. Rivers Jr. The roadway that enters campus from Nassau Street between Firestone Library and the buildings of the Andlinger Center for the Humanities will be named Rivers Way.
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