Students, faculty and staff who are eligible must receive a vaccine booster by Jan. 31. Face coverings are required in buildings occupied by the University. All indoor gatherings with food, and those where face coverings cannot be worn, have been postponed or cancelled through Jan. 31. Please visit the Princeton COVID Resources page for more information.
The next big thing from Princeton's MacMillan lab: an ‘improbable’ mechanism for a difficult chemical bond.
Nobel Prize winner David MacMillan’s team has found a new way to use ordinary blue light shining on an iron catalyst to create carbon-carbon bonds that are otherwise difficult to form, a mechanism with promise for pharmaceuticals.
The Venture Forward campaign promotes alumni engagement and service, in the spirt of the University’s informal motto: “In the nation’s service and the service of humanity.”
Two Princeton seniors and one Oxford student named Sachs Scholars
Making the switch to a net-zero mindset: 'Addressing the climate problem is not a technical fix alone.'
Three Princeton faculty members awarded NEH grants to support advanced research in the humanities
Why are some viruses harmless and others deadly? A.J. te Velthuis is on the case.
Sara McLanahan, 'towering figure' in the study of family structure and inequality, dies at 81
The NSF I-Corps Northeast Hub has launched, and applications are now open for its inaugural innovation training program for researchers
Princeton provides annual update on diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
As part of the University-wide effort to combat systemic racism, Princeton has published its first annual report highlighting diversity, equity and inclusion work across campus. The report provides a snapshot of projects, programs and initiatives during the 2020-21 academic year, and also includes demographic and climate data about students, staff, faculty and postdoctoral scholars.
Environmental research at Princeton is addressing the world's challenges.
Research groups across the University are making pivotal contributions across the spectrum of environmental issues. The Princeton Environmental Research portal tracks the full scope of activity arising out of more than a dozen different academic units, from physical, biological and applied sciences to art, architecture, psychology, policy and more.