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Awards · Europe

MacMillan and Colley honored by Queen Elizabeth II

Two Princeton University professors, David MacMillan of the Department of Chemistry and Linda Colley of the Department of History, have become knight and dame in honors from Queen Elizabeth II announced by the British government this week.   Their honors entitle them to be known as Sir David...

Announcement · Africa

Building Equitable Outcomes and Prosperity in Africa

Within 30 years, Africa will be home to nearly 25% of the global population. Experts argue it could someday become a global power, making it the focus of global development finance. Is there a way for Africa to capitalize on the moment and deliver prosperity to citizens?


Regrow, Not Reuse: How Restoring Abandoned Farms Can Mitigate Climate Change

Around the world, hundreds of millions of acres of land are being abandoned due to what’s known as “rural outmigration,” or people leaving for urban centers. Some people leave in search of economic prosperity. Others are forced out due to conflict or the effects of climate change. Together with...

Fellowship Profile: Cecilia Hsu ’20, Fulbright ETA to Spain

Photo courtesy of Cecilia HsuCecilia Hsu ’20, Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) to Spain, reflects on her experience teaching English in Galicia and shares advice for students who are interested in applying for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. What has been the best piece of advice...

Announcement · Latin America / Caribbean

Next pre-read centers on alumnus' voyage through Colombia

This year’s Pre-read will show first-year students how their Princeton journeys can take them far beyond what they ever imagined. “Every Day the River Changes: Four Weeks Down the Magdalena,” traces Class of 2019 graduate Jordan Salama’s voyage along Colombia’s most important river and...