Senior Julia Chaffers awarded Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the UK .
For her first year of graduate study in the United Kingdom, Chaffers will pursue a master’s degree in United States history and politics at University College London. For her second year, she plans to study British history with a focus on public history at the University of Manchester.
Princeton's Nobel laureates for 2021 receive their medals in celebrations around the world .
The Princeton community's five Nobel laureates — Syukuro Manabe, David MacMillan, Joshua Angrist, David Card and Maria Ressa — were honored in a weeklong series of events, capped by a gala broadcast from Stockholm on Friday.
Eric Wood, world-renowned hydrologist and ‘giant in the field,’ dies at 74 .
Eric Franklin Wood, a world-renowned hydrologist who did groundbreaking work in drought prediction and served on the Princeton faculty for 43 years, died from cancer in Brooklyn, New York, on Nov. 3. He was 74.
Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Ressa, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Wolfe to receive top alumni awards .
Maria Ressa, co-founder of the Philippines-based online news organization Rappler.com, and internationally recognized music composer Julia Wolfe will be honored on Alumni Day, Feb. 19, 2022.
Princeton is led by Christopher L. Eisgruber, a constitutional scholar who became our 20th president in 2013. The trustees are responsible for the overall direction of the University. Our academic officers and officers of the corporation oversee various aspects of University governance.
- 1746College of New Jersey founded in Elizabeth, New Jersey, by the Presbyterian Synod
- 1896Name officially changed to Princeton University
- 1900Graduate School established
- 1969Trustees vote to admit women undergraduates
- 2001Financial aid policy changes, replacing loans with grants that do not need to be repaid