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Workshop for Graduate Students in Philosophy Focuses on Mentoring Women
Nearly 50 graduate students from around the country and beyond gathered at Princeton University for "Athena in Action: A Networking and Mentoring Workshop for Graduate Student Women in Philosophy."
Wild Science: The Nature of the Mpala Research Centre
Princeton University graduate student Tyler Coverdale and Ryan O'Connell of the Class of 2017 clap as they walk around the tall bushes surrounding the sprawling experiment site. Not in applause, or for self-motivation — but to alert any buffalo, elephants or other animals that might be foraging for food or seeking shade from the intense equatorial sun. This is the nature of working at the Mpala Research Centre, a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional field laboratory that sits on a 50,000-acre reserve and ranch in Laikipia County in central Kenya.
Princetonians Tiger Up in Support of TAGD
Princeton Athletics held its third annual "Tiger Athletics Give Day," a 24-hour online giving competition, on Nov. 29 – asking alumni and friends to "Tiger Up" and show their support of Princeton student-athletes and coaches. Over $1.9M was raised in support of Princeton Athletics in 24-hours, up from $1.7M in 2015.
Inaugural 'TigerTalks in the City' Bring Princeton Faculty to New York with Focus on Entrepreneurship
This month, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) launched "TigerTalks in the City," a quarterly series designed to bring Princeton research with an entrepreneurship focus to New York. The topic of the inaugural panel discussion was "Big Data and Little Privacy?" and featured faculty from a range of disciplines.