Two Princeton University students and a recent alumnus are spending the summer in Nicaragua and Brazil pursuing new and creative ideas for promoting peace through grants from the Davis Projects for Peace.
Shaina Watrous ’14 deferred her enrollment to Princeton for a year to engage in public service through the Bridge Year Program. She served with Guria Sansthan, an NGO working to combat human trafficking.
Global Seminars enable undergraduates to explore the international dimensions of their academic interests over the summer. Students spend six weeks in the country or city central to their seminar’s subject matter, taking part in lectures, language classes, excursions, and community service.
Through its Global Health Initiative, Princeton strives to educate students who will become leaders in the fields of health and health care.
Meet Princetonians who embodied the Aspire campaign's goal to make the world a better place in this series of video portraits.
Two proposals by Princeton students have been awarded $10,000 each by the Davis Projects for Peace, which is giving more than $1 million for international endeavors in summer 2011.
The Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP) bridges the social, cultural, and academic gaps that stand between intellectually gifted high school students from low-income backgrounds and selective institutions of higher education.
Two proposals by Princeton students have been awarded $10,000 each by the Davis Projects for Peace, which is giving more than $1 million for international endeavors in summer 2010.
Two Princeton students—Hassen M. Yesuf ’10 and Fatu S. Conteh ’10—have been awarded $10,000 by the Davis Projects for Peace, to build a well and redevelop a spring in Jorit, Ethiopia, during the summer of 2009.