2022 edition of ‘Princeton International’ online
The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), in conjunction with the Office of International Programs and the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs and Operations launched the 2022 edition of Princeton University’s international magazine, Princeton International.
Princeton International is an annual magazine that highlights the 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.
The issue’s highlights the return to campus of significant numbers of visiting international faculty and students, while many of our own students are already traveling (Paige Cromley ’24 on her internship in Chile, p. 22), and more still are planning to do so over the coming year. International research collaborations have also been reenergized (a reinvigoration of the Princeton-University of Tokyo partnership, p. 5), and ambitious new projects are being planned across the campus (the launch of the Afghanistan Policy Lab, p. 4).
"One of the most interesting features of this exciting period of regeneration is the variety of ways that teaching, research and programming continue to be informed by the experience of the pandemic," wrote the editorial board in their introduction. "Campus conversations about international engagement are now more than ever questioning how Princeton can engage abroad in a sustainable, reciprocal and meaningful way. As a community, our principal imperatives have been reinforced by the lessons of the pandemic: We strive to ensure that the impact of international experiences continues long after the return to campus, that relationships built are maintained and that an equitable exchange of expertise is facilitated."