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Thursday May 26

Reade Ben ’22 from Loudonville, N.Y., was named a Fulbright scholar and will pursue a research project in Serbia studying foreign direct investment with the Belgrade Center for Security Policy in conjunction with the University of Belgrade.

Friday May 20

Home to hundreds of Indigenous groups, Amazonia has more species of animals and plants than any other ecosystem. Because of this, threats to the rainforest imperil chances to fulfill Paris Agreement commitments to tackle climate change and its negative impacts.
Photo byDanielle Alio, Office of Communications

Monday May 02

Princeton faculty members David Bell, Nancy Bermeo, Jonathan Cohen, Bo Honoré, Sabine Kastner, Yiyun Li and Daniel Rubenstein have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Ribeirinho, Solimões River, Brazilian Amazon, 2011. A nature-based, interdisciplinary approach that takes into account economic, environmental, political and historical considerations is the focus of this year’s Amazonian Leapfrogging conference.  Photo by Araquém Alcantara

Friday April 29

Top thinkers and stakeholders from Brazil will visit the Princeton campus May 5-6 to discuss with the University community the critical environmental and climate justice issues facing the Brazilian Amazon and its Indigenous peoples.
World Politics (Volume 74, Issue 2) is available online.  

Friday April 22

World Politics (Volume 74, Issue 2) is available online.  
On Wednesday, Apr. 13, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch ’80 met with a small group Princeton University students. She shared her experiences as a career diplomat in the U.S. Foreign Service and answered their questions.

Monday April 18

On Wednesday, Apr. 13, former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch ’80 met with a small group Princeton University students.  She shared her experiences as a career diplomat in the U.S. Foreign Service and answered their questions.

Tuesday April 12

Daniel Kelemen, professor and chair of political science at Rutgers University, Jan-Werner Mueller, Roger Williams Straus Professor of Social Sciences and professor of politcs, Wojciech Sadurski Challis Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Sydney, and Kim Lane Scheppele, Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs in the School for Public and International Affairs (SPIA) and the University Center for Human Values (UCHV), discussed the outcome of the Hungarian parlimentary election in an in-person forum, “The Hungarian Election: What Just Happened?”
The 2021-22 cohort of Princeton Mellon Fellows includes (clockwise from upper left): Chukwuemeka V. Chukwuemeka, Seth Denizen, Devanne Brookins, Chandana Anusha, Shoshana Goldstein and Davy Knittle. Not pictured: Dean Chahim. Photo byDenise Applewhite, Office of Communications

Monday April 11

Since 2014, this interdisciplinary program housed in the School of Architecture has brought together students and faculty with an interest in cities and the built environment through public programming and a series of undergraduate and graduate courses.

Tuesday April 05

Every spring brings a burst of pride at Princeton University in the annual time-honored tradition of celebrating Princeton employee service and achievement.
Sam Evans Photo by Sameer A. Khan/Fotobuddy

Tuesday April 05

Two staff members have been honored as recipients of the Donald Griffin ’23 Management Award.