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Carrico Torres

Even for a Seasoned Traveler, International Internships Expand Horizons

May 8th, 2013 / Development Com...

Carrico “Carra” Torres ’14 was raised with a deep appreciation for the role of individual agency in the world. The daughter of two professional relief workers, she and her younger brother often accompanied their parents on trips from their home in northern New Mexico to overseas disaster relief sites.

Graduate students

Graduate Students: The Next Generation of World-Class Scholars

May 2nd, 2013 / Development Com...

Princeton’s Graduate School has been attracting some of the world’s most promising scholars for more than 100 years. These talented students collaborate with the University’s distinguished faculty, produce their own original scholarship, and teach undergraduates, all in preparation for taking their place in the classrooms, laboratories, boardrooms, and government halls of tomorrow.

Professor Jeremy Adelman teaching online course

Teaching, Learning, and Making History

February 25th, 2013 / Development Com...

For more than a millennium, the traditional teaching model of universities -- a lecturer, a select group of students, a text -- remained unchanged. Until now. Online courses are turning the whole world into a campus, creating new ways of teaching and learning. Princeton historian Jeremy Adelman is one of the University’s first faculty members to embrace the global classroom.

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