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April 2020 Newsletter: Mobilizing to Find Solutions
April 21, 2020

This issue of @princeton.edu shares stories of University contributions to our local communities and the state; University researchers seeking to tackle challenges in testing, treatment and contact tracing; and staff working around the clock to serve the needs of students who needed to remain on campus.

June 2019 Newsletter: Working for the Common Good
June 25, 2019
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy

This issue of @princeton.edu features people who work every day to pursue a common good in the world - in the future of cities, sustainability and environmental responsibility, accessibility of higher education, and the classroom.

Earth Day 2019 Newsletter: In the Service of the Earth
April 22, 2019
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy

This issue of @princeton.edu features the efforts by University faculty, students and staff – in the laboratory and on the ground – to reduce the carbon footprint of the University and the world at large.

December 2018 Newsletter: Partnerships for Innovation
Dec. 20, 2018
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Written by Maura Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu highlights recent partnerships with technology and biomedical companies to drive innovation entrepreneurship and economic impact, and other initiatives that benefit society, from protecting democracy to improving artificial intelligence and removing carbon from the atmosphere.
September 2018 Newsletter: Improving Access to Higher Education
Sept. 12, 2018
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu celebrates this diversity by looking back on a summer of programs hosted on campus designed to make higher education more accessible and prepare students for success. We also provide a taste of the ideas being explored by university researchers in laboratories across campus, and even in space. And we celebrate Governor Phil Murphy's visit to Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs to launch new programs to support innovative companies in NJ.
June 2018 Newsletter: The High Value of Higher Education
June 11, 2018
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu celebrates the parting messages and role models offered to this year's graduating class; shares groundbreaking research in cancer, neuroscience and political science; and features the role of the university in convening conversations and events on public policy priorities.
April 2018 Newsletter: Building the Innovation Ecosystem
April 23, 2018
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu highlights research partnerships, basic research findings and technology transfer efforts that collectively add to the full spectrum of New Jersey's innovation ecosystem. We also touch on two Trenton-based learning opportunities in which Princeton students are engaged, one that examines a point in time in the city's history, and one that seeks to tackle the challenge of lead paint in homes. And finally, we put a spotlight on the recent acquisition by the Princeton University Library of former NJ Senator Bill Bradley (member of Princeton's class of 1965).
January 2018 Newsletter: Research With An Impact
Jan. 25, 2018
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu features research, both fundamental and applied, intended to benefit society at large and the stories of the people working every day behind the scenes to expand the limits of human knowledge.
September 2017 Newsletter: Making a Difference in the World
Sept. 7, 2017
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu features some of the work underway on campus to make a contribution to the world - developing the next business ideas and leaders; providing a more sustainable future; and improving our understanding of how young minds learn and grow.
June 2017 Newsletter: Taking the Long Range View
June 9, 2017
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Written by Maura M. Fennessy
This issue of @princeton.edu focuses on policies, research and collaborations that look toward our shared future, one that values innovation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to solve transportation challenges, to find the next generation of energy solutions, and preserve the foundations of a healthy planet. We also feature this year's outstanding New Jersey secondary school teachers honored at the University's 2017 Commencement. And for a little fun during this busy election year in the state, you may enjoy catching up with the webcast, "Politics & Polls," by Princeton professors Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang.

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