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A team of Princeton architects, engineers and scientists led an effort to plan solutions that could protect a critical part of New York City from rising seas and intensifying storms.
The new Princeton podcast “All for Earth” delves into the urgency of today’s environmental crises — and the tools we already have to mitigate them — through in-depth interviews with the people leading the race against time to prevent the implosion of the interconnected systems that support life on Earth. “All for Earth” will be released weekly on Thursdays in advance of the Princeton Environmental Forum on Oct. 24-25.
Princeton welcomed more than 650 new graduate students this September. Of the incoming students from the United States, 43% are minorities and 28% identify as low-income or first-generation college students.
Princeton postdoctoral research associate Emily Dennis has been selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) as one of 15 Hanna Gray Fellows for 2019. The awards, established by HHMI to support diversity in biomedical research, are given to exceptional early-career scientists.
Princeton’s Class of 2023 forges bonds through small-group adventures, service activities and frank discussions about diversity during Orientation.
The International Balzan Foundation has awarded Michael Cook, the Class of 1943 University Professor of Near Eastern Studies, the 2019 Balzan Prize for Islamic Studies.