Princeton dedicates Morrison Hall in honor of Nobel laureate and emeritus faculty member Toni Morrison.
Princeton University dedicated the naming of Morrison Hall on Friday, Nov. 17, in honor of Toni Morrison, the Robert F. Goheen Professor in the Humanities, Emeritus, and the recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Literature.
E-ffiliates meeting: Three megatrends inspire hope in fight to solve climate change
New leadership initiative for students focuses on civil discourse and citizenship engagement
Brent Colburn named Princeton vice president for communications and public affairs
Breakthrough could launch organic electronics beyond cellphone screens
Sarah-Jane Leslie named dean of the Graduate School at Princeton
UPDATE: Princeton senior Jordan Thomas awarded Rhodes Scholarship
University seeks recommendations for expanded campus portrait collection.
Members of the campus community and the greater Princeton community are encouraged to submit suggestions online to the Portraiture Nominations Committee for up to 10 portraits that will be commissioned this year to reflect the increasingly diverse Princeton community.
'The Science of Mythbusters': A freshman seminar.
Professor Joshua Shaevitz's freshman seminar, "The Science of Mythbusters," focuses on the ways in which scientists approach real-world problems using the scientific method. Students learn about research funding and processes, along with how to evaluate information they encounter in their own lives.
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