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Physics Nobel laureate Kip Thorne and ACLU leader Anthony D. Romero were honored for achievements as Princeton alumni. 

Graduate students at Princeton can explore careers and professional development in University offices through the University Administrative Fellows program.

Students engaged in research at Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy apply a range of approaches from diverse disciplines to study complicated questions of how technology and computing affect society, both positively and negatively.  

An innovative protection against website counterfeiting developed by Princeton researchers went live on the internet Feb. 19, boosting security for hundreds of millions of websites. The rollout was the culmination of over two years of close collaboration between research groups at Princeton and Let's Encrypt, the world's largest certificate authority serving 200 million websites.

Princeton is celebrating 50 years of undergraduate coeducation in numerous ways, including through images and personal reflections exhibited in Frist Campus Center.

Princeton bioengineer Clifford Brangwynne, a pioneer in the soft-matter physics of cells, has been awarded the 2020 Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences. Brangwynne, a professor of chemical and biological engineering and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), was part of a team of researchers who first discovered liquid structures within living cells that organize and carry out important functions without the use of membranes. The work opened a new frontier in bioengineering, revealing fundamental insights into cell growth, protein manufacturing and stress management, and spurring further research into neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Huntington's.