Princeton International Magazine

Princeton International is an annual magazine that highlights Princeton University’s international initiatives and projects. The publication introduces readers to the innovative and multifaceted learning, research and teaching being conducted across the globe by undergraduates, graduate students and faculty members.

Featured Articles

Lessons From an Interrupted Semester

Undergraduate students reflect on their semester abroad which was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Conversation with TJ Lunardi

A Q&A with TJ Lunardi, inaugural director of the University’s Global Safety and Security unit.

Collaboration During Crisis

Princeton professor Cristian Galbiati and a team of particle physicists design a simplified ventilator for COVID-19 patients.

Teaching History Globally

Princeton’s Global History Lab revolutionizes the teaching of transnational histories.

Princeton Pivots

Princeton faculty, students and staff quickly turn in-person events into online opportunities.

Virtual (Tw)Internships

Twin sisters Sreesha Ghosh ’23 and Srishti Ghosh ’23 complete virtual European internships from their home in Dubai.

Working Abroad, From Home

From bedrooms and basements, Princeton students complete remote internships in more than 45 countries in summer 2020.

Snapshots From a Remote Summer

A collection of student-submitted photographs offer a glimpse into a virtual summer.

Change of Plans

Princeton Journeys travels in a new direction due to COVID-19.

Princeton International is published by the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) in conjunction with the Office of International Programs (OIP), the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations, and the Office of the Dean of the College.