Effective August 11, 2021, all faculty, staff, and students, regardless of vaccination status, must wear a face covering indoors in buildings occupied by the University. Exceptions to this requirement include working alone in a room or cubicle or when actively eating or drinking. Please check the University COVID Resources page for the most up-to-date information.
Princeton chemists discover a key to greener food production.
Princeton University's Paul Chirik and his research team have found the vital first step toward creating fertilizer without generating tons upon tons of carbon dioxide, a major greenhouse gas. Their work could be the key to ending world food scarcity in a carbon-neutral way.
Vaccine stockpiling by nations could lead to increase in COVID-19 cases, novel variant emergence
The Arctic Ocean’s deep past provides clues to its imminent future
Nakia White Barr named assistant vice president in the Office of the President
Fifteen faculty members transfer to emeritus status
Scientists unveil brain wiring diagram with 200,000 cells and half a billion connections
Princeton alumna and postdoctoral fellow wins award for groundbreaking plasma physics
An update on Princeton’s ongoing efforts to address systemic racism.
Last summer, the University announced an initiative to address America’s record of structural inequality and racism as well as Princeton’s place in that history. Now, the University is providing an interim update on these ongoing efforts. An annual report will be released this fall.
Trustee-level ad hoc committee develops principles to govern decisions about naming, renaming and changing iconography .
The principles on naming and renaming will govern questions about when and under what circumstances it might be appropriate for the University to remove or contextualize the names and representations of individuals present on Princeton's campus.