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Fighting to protect Dreamers: Why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court
An op-ed by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber and Microsoft Corp. President Brad Smith on why Microsoft and Princeton University are taking their case to the Supreme Court to protect Dreamers was published in a TIME Ideas column this week. On Nov. 12, the Supreme Court hears cases related to DACA.
In this Q&A, Christopher Wilson, Class of 2021, reflects on his experience in the military, his transition from 'boots to books' and the support and community that he has found at Princeton.
Geyman’s published senior thesis research offers new thoughts on how carbonates record global carbon cycle
Emily Geyman, a 2019 Princeton graduate in geosciences, is the lead author of a newly published paper that resulted from her senior thesis research in which she investigated the chemical composition of carbonates and how these carbonates record the carbon cycle.
New research analyzing the diets and microbiomes of 33 large-herbivore species in Kenya yields surprising findings about the interplay between animal evolution, behavior and the gut microbiome.
Princeton's programming for the 2019 “Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities” has over 20 events in the humanities on and off campus, including experiential activities with performances, tours and workshops. Attendees will imaginatively examine questions about identity, the environment and sustainability, and the human condition.
Princeton University researchers have received a $2.5 million federal grant to lead an interdisciplinary effort with academic, city government and nonprofit partners that will develop a scientific process for establishing urban food systems that are less wasteful and environmentally detrimental. The grant will be administered by the Princeton Environmental Institute.