Quantum science, particle physics and nanoscale motors awarded support from Eric and Wendy Schmidt Transformative Tech Fund.
New quantum materials that promise to propel the communications of the future, an AI-driven search to uncover the fundamental laws of physics, and a project to build biomolecular motors have been selected for funding through the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Transformative Technology Fund.
Princeton adopts plan to support more diverse-owned businesses, broaden pool of University suppliers .
The University works with diverse-owned businesses whose services range from construction to computing. However, the new Supplier Diversity Action Plan sets out to do more. The plan builds on the Office of Finance and Treasury's existing program and is part of a larger University initiative to address systemic racism.
Dale Awards allow students to pursue independent post-graduation and summer projects
Eleven students win 2021 Spirit of Princeton Award for service, contributions to campus life
Phi Beta Kappa chapter honors Reimitz, Russakovsky with teaching awards
Princeton students' desire to improve campus tours leads to successful start-up company
Princeton Research Day 2021 reveals a Tiger research mission at full roar
Welcome website for Class of 2025 available
An update on Princeton’s ongoing efforts to address systemic racism.
Last summer, the University announced an initiative to address America’s record of structural inequality and racism as well as Princeton’s place in that history. Now, the University is providing an interim update on these ongoing efforts. An annual report will be released this fall.
Trustee-level ad hoc committee develops principles to govern decisions about naming, renaming and changing iconography .
The principles on naming and renaming will govern questions about when and under what circumstances it might be appropriate for the University to remove or contextualize the names and representations of individuals present on Princeton's campus.