March 2015 Newsletter: What Does It All Mean?
Now that this warmer weather has begun to melt away the snow and ice of winter, and venturing outside doesn't require quite as many layers, it is a great time to visit Princeton! Come to a public policy forum at the Woodrow Wilson School, which is featured in this issue of Learn more about the innovative research and entrepreneurial efforts underway on campus. Bring your family to the Cotsen Children's Library or the Princeton University Art Museum, which was just placed on Fodor's list of the 15 Best Small Town Museums in the U.S. Congratulate the Princeton women's basketball team on their historic undefeated season and wish them well in their game against Wisconsin-Green Bay. Extend the St. Patrick's Day celebration by attending a Fund for Irish Studies lecture. Or read about what singer-songwriter Paul Simon had to say during his recent visit to campus.
December 2014 Newsletter: Resiliency, Energy Innovation, Big Data
This issue of "@princeton" features the most recent milestone in a major campus investment in the arts and transit; planning for resiliency post-Sandy; faculty innovations and collaborations with industry on energy solutions; big data and what businesses and governments do with it; and visits from major national and world leaders - including former President Jimmy Carter and the Dalai Lama - whom the University has been honored to host this fall.
September 2014 Newsletter: An Education in Innovation
Innovation. Knowledge. Discovery. They didn't take a summer vacation at Princeton University. University investments in on-line education continue to enhance the learning experience. Researchers are making breakthrough discoveries in how cancer spreads, in using lasers to make non-invasive health diagnoses, in alternative energy sources and water consumption. Undergraduate entrepreneurs refined their pitches and business plans at the eLab summer program.
June 2014 Newsletter: Accomplishments and New Beginnings
This time of year is bittersweet on campus, filled with pride of accomplishment, nostalgia, and fond farewells. But even though Reunions and Commencement are behind us, it won't be quiet for long on campus this summer. Princeton University is honored to host the U.S. Special Olympics competitions in swimming and track and field from June 14 to June 20.
March 2014 Newsletter: Investing in Innovation
After a long season of polar vortexes, pot-holed roads and snow days, we are all ready for something new. Here at Princeton, we are looking for the next innovation: A more reliable solar power network in New Jersey. Better security for on-line purchases. Scar-free tattoo removal. These and other exciting new technologies you can read about in this newsletter.
December 2013 Newsletter: Innovation and Research
What is the benefit of investing public dollars in university research? According to Pablo Debenedetti, Princeton's dean for research, "Funding for basic science is the fuel that has made possible the extraordinary record of fundamental discovery, technological innovation and prosperity creation that has characterized our country's research enterprise since the end of the Second World War."
September 2013 Newsletter: Visit Princeton's Campus
We hope you had the opportunity come to campus this summer - to see a performance of the Princeton Summer Theater or a Summer Chamber Concert; to participate in one of the many summer outreach programs for New Jersey students and teachers; or, perhaps, to join in the "yoga at the museum" outdoor class. But keep in mind that the campus is open all year round, for the arts, athletic events, public lectures and community events. In fact, FitzRandolph Gate at the entrance to campus on Nassau Street has remained open to welcome the public to visit since 1970. You can link to the University's Public Events Calendar to see what is happening on any given day. This issue of highlights the variety of opportunities to come to campus - to learn, to watch a performance, to stargaze, or catch a game.