Gifts from undergraduate and graduate alumni, parents, and friends are vital to sustaining Princeton’s historic mission and keeping the University at the forefront of higher education.
Action Oriented: Reflections on a Morning Spent Out of the Office
It sounded like a good idea when I signed up in June: join a group of first-year Princeton students for a morning in their Community Action (CA) Orientation experience. That’s how I found myself at Princeton Nursery School instead of at my desk days before Opening Exercises, sleeves rolled up, and as much a newbie as the toddlers wailing while their parents waved goodbye.
Computing Solutions to Society's Challenges
Computer science powers the work of many disciplines. If a molecular biologist needs to match up millions of pairs of genes, or a humanist wants to mine databases to understand the evolution of English prose, computers make it possible.