Rapid Switch project to assess practicality and pace of global climate strategies.
Princeton University convened an international research team June 11-13 to begin a five-year effort, called Rapid Switch, to frame a realistic global response to climate change that accounts for massive economic development in countries, including India and China.
Artist Byron Kim commissioned to paint small ‘portraits’ of Princeton students through abstract panels
Redding explores the brightening future of solar power in the Philippines
David Hazen, distinguished researcher of subsonic and high-lift aerodynamics, dies at 91
Eighteen faculty members transfer to emeritus status
Rapping in Spanish
Public school educators explore pathways to success for underrepresented students
Gift from Eric and Wendy Schmidt to create a new home for computer science at Princeton University.
Historic Guyot Hall will be substantially rebuilt and expanded to create a new home for Princeton’s Department of Computer Science, thanks to a gift from Eric Schmidt ’76 and his wife, Wendy Schmidt. Planned for completion in 2026, the building will be renamed as the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Hall and will consolidate the computer science department — which is currently spread out over nine buildings — into one purpose-built space.
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