Faculty in the News
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.
Political polarization and its echo chambers: Surprising new, cross-disciplinary perspectives from Princeton .
Like a natural system, democracy faces collapse as polarization leads to loss of diversity. Studies published this week in a special issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences explore why and how.
'Go big. Ask for the world': The Lewis Center's Elena Araoz on inspiration, innovation and making the sky your limit .
The new producing artistic director of the theater and music theater season at the arts center sat for an interview for our ‘What I think’ series.