North Carolinian boats are now fishing off New Jersey’s coast.
By studying where people are fishing, Talia Young and colleagues found that some fishing boats travel more than 250 miles to catch the fish that used to be in local waters. Young is now investigating how local community supported fishery programs — like farm shares for fish — can affect fishing communities.
Tokita receives Graduate Student Policy Award from Ecological Society of America
‘Migrations’ series continues exploration of peoples, cultures and borders
Ten Princeton faculty members awarded Sloan Research Fellowships
Curating chaos: Princeton’s first research data management workshop helps graduate students and researchers define best practices
Currie wins NOMIS Foundation’s Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award
Questlove talks living a creative life with Princeton’s Imani Perry
President Eisgruber discusses values and priorities in annual ‘State of the University’ letter.
In his third annual letter to faculty, staff and students, President Eisgruber described active efforts to advance top priorities for Princeton University. His letter also discussed broader issues within higher education.
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