Hua Qu, the wife of imprisoned Princeton graduate student Xiyue Wang, reflects on his path to becoming a scholar, his dedication to his young family, resilience and hope.
Princeton University issued a statement after the Iranian judiciary announced on Sunday, July 16, that a Princeton graduate student conducting dissertation research in Iran had been sentenced to 10 years in prison after having been accused of espionage.
Five Princeton professors receive Simons Investigators awards
Princeton graduate student teams advance in robotics, intelligent systems competitions
Summer students take the next step toward graduate school
Exposure to violence hinders short-term memory, cognitive control
Historian Cannadine named president of the British Academy
Scientists create first laboratory generation of high-energy shock waves that accelerate astrophysical particles
Senior Edwin Rosales, a first-generation college student who emigrated from Guatemala as a child, drew on his own family stories and extensive research to write two senior theses: a collection of short stories and a play.