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Letter From the Dean

A message from Karen C. Krahulik, senior associate dean for international programs and experiential learning.

in the news

International visiting scholars make Princeton a ‘global university’

Six exceptional scholars from around the world are in residence at Princeton University this fall for a year of research, writing and collaboration as the sixth cohort of Fung Global Fellows.

Brazil is focus of new PIIRS hive of activity

A new initiative supported by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) bring together faculty members from across the University working in and on Brazil.

PIIRS supports new climate change and infectious disease research community

A new research community supported by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) and Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) will examine both direct and indirect impacts of climate on human health.

Community celebrates opening of M.S. Chadha Center for Global India

The M.S. Chadha Center for Global India, made possible by a gift from Sumir Chadha ’93, was dedicated at Princeton University on April 27.

PIIRS launches Princeton Exploration Seminars

Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in cooperation with the Office of International Programs (OIP), inaugurated Princeton Exploration Seminars in spring 2018.

#PrincetonAbroad

A collection of social media posts from Princetonians around the world.

in my own words

Nothing Really Is Final Until It Happens

Bhadrajee Hewage ’20 reflects on his PIIRS African Studies Seminar in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

in person

Forging a New Path with French

Pamella Sebeza ’21 shares her immersive linguistic and cultural experience in Aix-en-Provence, France.

Follow the Leader

Harry Chang ’19 and Davis International Center Leaders help ease transition for incoming international students.

A Dramatic Finale

Music major Shruthi Rajasekar ’18 is set to strike new chords in the United Kingdom as a Marshall Scholar.

Venice, Eternal and Ephemeral

Professors Wendy Heller and Jamie Reuland reflect on sharing a city, ancient and modern, with their students.

in transit

Mapping the Princeton Classroom

In summer 2018, Princeton faculty and alumni taught innovative courses overseas.

in depth

Startup Nation

The Keller Center’s Princeton Start-Up Immersion Program in Tel Aviv exposes students to the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship.

Protect & (Pre)Serve

Princeton students work on the ground level of environmental service

The Athens Hub

The newly opened Princeton Athens Center plays host to graduate student research and study.

In Focus

Students and alumni share their visual memories to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the International Eye Photo Contest.

in closing

Overheard on Campus

Quotes from Princeton faculty and administrators.