Alumni in the News
White House appoints Goldsmith, Pacala and two Princeton alumni to panel of science advisors .
Andrea Goldsmith, dean of Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Stephen Pacala, Princeton’s Frederick D. Petrie Professor in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, have been appointed to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology along with two Princeton alumni.
Community gathers on 20th anniversary of Sept. 11 to honor Princeton alumni who perished .
The annual ceremony at the University's 9/11 Memorial Garden was among many observances held across the country on Saturday, Sept. 11.
The Arctic Ocean’s deep past provides clues to its imminent future .
As the Arctic Ocean warms and sea ice shrinks, will the newly exposed sea surface see a plankton population boom and a burgeoning ecosystem in the open Arctic Ocean? Not likely, say a team of Princeton scientists who have examined the history and supply rate of nitrogen, a key nutrient. Stratification of the open Arctic waters, especially in the areas fed by the Pacific Ocean via the Bering Strait, will prevent surface plankton from receiving enough nitrogen to grow abundantly.
Princeton voices: Speaking out on climate change, heat waves, wildfires and more .
Princeton University faculty, alumni and researchers are speaking to the moment, sharing their expertise on the impacts of climate change across news platforms and social media.