Joshua Rabinowitz looks back over a string of collaborations that have led to today's announcement of a new branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at Princeton University.
- Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021
- Tuesday, Apr 13, 2021
Princeton University is the home of a new branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, an international community of distinguished scientists dedicated to preventing and controlling cancer.
- Monday, Apr 5, 2021
- Wednesday, Mar 31, 2021
For a half century, women have played leading roles in research, teaching and innovation at Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science. Today, engineering faculty also include women who completed their graduate or undergraduate degrees at Princeton. Spanning different disciplines and generations, each of them has made outstanding contributions in her respective field, and each exemplifies Princeton’s traditions of fundamental research and engineering in the service of humanity.
- Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021
The following statement by Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber was shared on the President's blog on March 17, 2021:
I join the Princeton University community and people everywhere in mourning the victims of last night’s horrific shootings in Atlanta. Though the killings remain under investigation, these attacks come amidst a disturbing nationwide rise in violence, discrimination, and xenophobia directed against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
- Monday, Feb 22, 2021
Ancient serrated coins, reverse immigration, quantum spin liquids and Winston Churchill’s WWII speeches: These are some of the diverse topics that Princeton’s students and early career researchers bring to life at Princeton Research Day, the University’s celebration of research, scholarship and creative work, to be held May 6.
- Wednesday, Jan 27, 2021
Two Princeton Engineering alumni recently were appointed to leadership positions in science and technology in the Biden administration.
Robert Hampshire Ph.D. 2007
- Tuesday, Dec 15, 2020
With a massive, nationwide effort the United States could reach net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050 using existing technology and at costs aligned with historical spending on energy, according to a study led by Princeton University researchers.
- Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020
- Friday, Nov 20, 2020
COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of students in countless ways. Graduate students, in particular, face distinct challenges as they attempt to make up for research delays and lost funding as they complete their degrees.
To support students at this time of uncertainty, Princeton University’s Graduate School has expanded its Dean’s Completion Fellowship/PGRA Program, a sixth-year funding program that provides financial resources and work opportunities for students pursuing doctoral degrees in the humanities and social sciences.