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Social Sciences Research

Seeking Solutions, Serving Humanity

Across a range of disciplines, Princeton's social scientists shape and challenge our view of the world.

Research Profiles

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Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs is a major center at the crossroads of scholarship and governance. The school's diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students represent different backgrounds and life experiences, each with a demonstrated interest in public policy.

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University Center for Human Values

Established in 1990, the center fosters ongoing inquiry into important ethical issues in private and public life and supports teaching, research and discussion of ethics and human values throughout the curriculum and across the disciplines.

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Social Science Research

Social science research happens in academic departments, as well as centers such as: