Staff in the News
Princeton scholars discuss race, politics and the 2020 presidential election .
Eddie Glaude Jr., the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor, professor of African American studies and chair of African American studies, discussed "Race and Politics in 2020" with LaFleur Stephens-Dougan and Ali Valenzeula, both assistant professors of politics, during a panel discussion Feb. 11 sponsored by Princeton University employee resource groups.
Students, faculty and staff can help plan University Wintersession 2021 program .
Students, faculty and staff can learn more about the first University-wide Wintersession, scheduled Jan. 11-24, 2021, on the new Wintersession website and share ideas for programming at focus groups this semester.
Burden appointed Princeton University’s first deputy vice president for content strategy .
David Burden, a 25-year marketing and branding agency veteran, has been named deputy vice president for content strategy and will lead the University’s creative and content efforts across all of its communications channels.
President Eisgruber's annual State of the University letter, 2020 .
Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber sent his annual State of the University letter to faculty, students and staff on Monday, Feb. 3, highlighting recent developments at Princeton and identifying future goals.