- We thank the supportive and generous Princeton University alumni who recognize the important work of the Center for African American Studies. On March 11, we dedicated the Hobson-Rogers Seminar Room and the Barfield-Johnson Seminar Room of Stanhope Hall, our historic home.
- The 20th Conference for African American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences (also referred to as CAARMS20) takes place at Princeton University from June 11th to June 14th. Black mathematical theorists and scientists present their findings and innovative research. The complete schedule for CAARMS20 can be found at www.caarms.net
- The Association of Black Princeton Alumni will partner with the Center for African American Studies to host an alumni event in Stanhope Hall during the 2014 Princeton Reunions. The goal of the event, "Mix, Match and Mingle," is to bolster the connections between black alumni of all class years. If you are an alumni of African descent, or know anyone who may be interested in coming, please visit ABPAMatch.com to RSVP.
- Congratulations to our 2014 certificate recipients! We welcome the families of our African American Studies students to join with us on June 2nd for the presentation of certificates, a terrific luncheon, and the recognition of the excellent thesis work recently completed by each of our graduating seniors.
- In addition to taking AAS 201, which will be offered next fall, undergraduates seeking a certificate in African American studies must take five additional courses or seminars either originating in the center, or formally cross-listed by it. Students who fulfill all of the requirements of the program will receive a certificate in African American studies upon graduation. For a registration form and additional details, please see our certificate requirements page.
- On April 23rd, members of the Black Student Union launched the photography/commentary project, "I, Too, Am Princeton." Connecting to "I Am" movements around the nation and world, over 50 Princeton University students came together to reveal vulnerable and anguising moments in their day-to-day navigations on-campus.
- An interview with Princeton Student, Dixon Li '14, a CAAS Concentrator, who received the prestigious Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the UK.