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The 2023 Princeton International magazine is dedicated to unpacking the worldwide trend away from democracy and toward authoritarianism. Across the University, at home and abroad, Princeton scholars and students are tackling this pressing issue from a multitude of angles.
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Announcement · Europe

Princeton and the University of Humboldt in Berlin Renew Partnership

Humboldt University President Julia von Blumenthal and a delegation of professors and staff traveled to Princeton for two days in October to formalize another five years of collaboration between the two universities and to reflect on the impact of the partnership, which began in 2012.

Announcement · Europe

Bonnie Bassler Receives Princess of Asturias Award From the Spanish Crown

Bonnie Bassler, the Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology, has been awarded the 2023 Princess of Asturias Award for Technical and Scientific Research. The Princess of Asturias Awards are the highest form of recognition bestowed by the Spanish Crown and among the most important prizes conferred...


EEB Lecturer Paula Kahumbu: National Geographic Storyteller

The EEB is delighted to announce that Paula Kahumbu, an alumna of Princeton University, EEB Lecturer, and CEO of WildlifeDirect, has been featured as a storyteller in National Geographic's latest release, Secrets of Elephants. This documentary is available on National Geographic, Disney+, and...


Princeton Research Activity Hits New Milestone

Princeton University marked the highest level of research activity in its history as measured by spending on research in areas ranging from cancer to climate change to pioneering quantum sciences. The University conducted research activities with associated expenditures of more than $404.4...

Announcement · Africa

Art Museum Mounts Survey of Acclaimed Photographer Samuel Fosso

The Princeton University Art Museum's current exhibition, Samuel Fosso: Affirmative Acts, is the first major U.S. survey of one of the most renowned contemporary artists based in Africa today. The exhibition—curated by Princeton University Professor Chika Okeke-Agulu with Silma Berrada, Lawrence...