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Friday, Mar 25, 2022
by Office of State Affairs
In a recent message to alumni, President Christopher L. Eisgruber reiterated the University’s core values of scholarly excellence; talent and truth-seeking; access, affordability, and inclusivity; and service broadly understood. He shared how, throughout its history, “Princeton University has planned carefully for growth while investing boldly in...
Thursday, Jan 20, 2022
by Office of State Affairs
In this issue of @Princeton.edu, we will look back on some of the biggest stories of 2021, including groundbreaking regional efforts to spur innovation, initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion, some of the year’s most significant research stories, and Nobel Prize awards for Princeton University faculty and alumni.
Monday, Nov 22, 2021
This issue of @princeton.edu features stories about ongoing efforts to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus, a look back at Princeton University’s Nobel prize winners, and describes how students engaged in elections in New Jersey.
Monday, Sep 20, 2021
by Office of State Affairs
Over the past year, Princeton University has instituted a range of measures designed to decrease COVID-19 risk and allow students, faculty, and staff to safely return to campus. And, as the semester began, Princeton University President Chris Eisgruber welcomed students with excitement. In his blog, Welcome Back to Campus, President Chris...
Friday, Jul 23, 2021
The summer is typically a quieter time on Princeton’s campus, providing an opportunity for reflection. This issue of @princeton.edu does just that, featuring a two-part series that looks back on teaching a pandemic, a glimpse at what is happening on and around campus moving forward, and, a peek at some of the research underway at the University....
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
This issue of @princeton.edu features Princeton University’s 2021 commencement which included awards for four outstanding New Jersey secondary teachers and six honorary degree recipients from around the state; an update on the University’s ongoing effort to address racism; and highlights the research underway at the University.
Tuesday, Mar 30, 2021
This issue of "@princeton.edu" looks at several new studies led by Princeton University researchers to make predictions about the future of the environment in the United States and around the globe. Read on to learn more about sea-level rise risks and migration, research that tackles water challenges around the globe, and new ‘see-through soil’...
Thursday, Jan 14, 2021
This issue of "@princeton.edu" looks at these groundbreaking advances, as well as several ways in which the University has made a continued commitment to the Princeton community and to New Jersey’s innovation economy. 
Tuesday, Sep 8, 2020
This issue of @princeton.edu shares stories of programs already underway at the University to increase the diversity of students in higher education, from college preparation to PhD programs. We also include a series of articles to commemorate 50 years of excellence in environmental research and some policy and politics podcasts featuring...
Thursday, Jun 11, 2020
This issue of @princeton.edu features the voices of Princeton faculty and alumni as they bring their expertise and experience to the national conversation on race relations in the U.S. And, as we are still in the middle of a public health crisis, we share some of the research underway at the University to combat COVID-19 and other diseases.

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