A technology to uncover how the infant brain learns language and a microscope that can image and manipulate the inner workings of a functioning cell have been awarded funding through the Eric and Wendy Schmidt Transformative Technology Fund.
Princeton's Global Health Program (GHP) serves as a hub for students interested in tackling some of the most pressing health-related issues of our time.
Princeton University's Board of Trustees has adopted a strategic planning framework that aims to enhance the University's core commitments to excellence in teaching and research, and to such fundamental principles as affordability, diversity, inclusivity and service, while also strengthening its capacity to have "significant and lasting impact" at a time of transformative social and technological change.
Tim McGowan, who comes to Princeton University from Columbia University with more than 25 years of experience on Madison Avenue, has been named assistant vice president for strategic donor engagement in Princeton's Office of Development. His appointment is effective Jan. 18.
A growing number of Princeton faculty, students, and alumni are forging new paths, from developing software that facilitates the design and management of pharmaceutical trials to increasing access to solar power. Their successes demonstrate that embracing an entrepreneurial mindset can be the catalyst for turning fundamental research and creative ideas into products and services with social and economic impact.
An update on IRA gifts for donors and their advisors to consider as they make charitable gift plans for the remainder of 2015.
Princeton Athletics held its second “Tiger Athletics Give Day”, a 24-hour online giving competition, on Dec. 1 – with the theme of “Show Your Stripes” - and the final totals reveal a nearly 50% jump in total dollars raised from the first one.
In the spirit of the season, we invite you to view a special Princeton video, which we hope will evoke for you the experiences and associations that span generations and strengthen our connections to Princeton and to each other.
Princeton’s scientists are conducting research with real-world impact, pursuing solutions that can improve human health, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, safeguard the environment, and help unravel the mysteries of the universe.
On November 21, John Streicker '64 shared dinner and conversation with Princeton undergraduates who had interned and conducted research around the world this summer as the University's first cohort of Streicker Fellows. The Streicker International Fellows Fund was established through a generous gift by Mr. Streicker and his family to provide students with the opportunity to carry out substantive research or educational projects while immersed in a foreign culture.