Princetonians serve and support their communities and each other with one accord.



Princetonians have quickly risen to the challenge of social distancing by creating online resources to inspire wellness and comfort; pique learning and discovery; help students; and bring uplifting art, music and knowledge into your living room. Princeton University departments are posting online events and materials, faculty are creating online experiences, alumni volunteers are rallying digitally, and students and friends of the University are answering the call.

Check out how you can get engaged, and submit information about new resources to be featured here!


August through December 2020
Anti-Racism in Academia: A Learning Journey Virtual Series
This program is a 5-part discussion series, taking place from August to December 2020, outlining an action-oriented approach to dismantling racism in our own spheres through conscious decisions and intentional actions. This series can be deconstructed into 3 key activities that are taking place each month between August and December: volunteer facilitator orientations, public kick-off webinars, and private breakout sessions.

Documenting Privilege
On Tuesday, October 20th, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students hosted  “Documenting Privilege” a FOCUS Speaker Series event featuring Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06, associate professor of classics at Princeton University, and Anthony Jack, assistant professor of education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Dr. Padilla Peralta’s bestselling memoir, Undocumented: A Dominican Boy’s Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League was released in 2016. Dr. Jack’s book, The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students was named one of NPR’s Favorite Books of 2019.

Letter from President Eisgruber on the University’s efforts to combat systemic racism
President Christopher L. Eisgruber has written to the University community to outline the next steps the University administration will take to address systemic racism at Princeton and beyond

Interfaith Responses to Racism
Resources from the Office of Religious Life, including texts, books, and event recordings.

Many Voices, One Future
Many Voices, One Future is Princeton’s central resource for greater diversity and inclusion for all members of the campus community — faculty, staff and students of all genders, races, ethnicities, nationalities, socioeconomic status, sexual orientations, religions, disabilities, ages, beliefs and cultural backgrounds.

Virtual Community Building Website
Led by Campus Life units and facilitated by the Office of Wintersession and Campus Engagement (OWCE), the page contains resources for Princeton undergraduate and graduate students to reduce social isolation and encourage connections while on-campus opportunities are suspended due to COVID-19 precautions.

Campus Dining launched a new series to share messages, recipes, and continue to engage with students and the Princeton community.



The latest updates regarding Princeton’s plans for the 2020-21 academic year are on the Spring Term 2021 website.

Welcome to the Class of 2024
President Eisgruber’s Welcome to the Class of 2024
Virtual Step Sing
Pre-read Assembly with Jill Lepore



Princeton’s Center for Career Development is actively seeking support from alumni to help students whose summer internships and jobs have been canceled because of the spread of COVID-19. The Center is asking alumni to provide opportunities to help students grow and learn professionally by creating or sharing virtual internships at their organizations, developing a project that can be worked on remotely, and connecting with students for one-on-one mock interviews, informational interviews and networking. Get involved »

The Center is also providing support and resources for undergraduate and graduate students for Spring and Summer 2020, including virtual advising appointments, guides and resources, online events and more.

GradFUTURES™ is a campus-wide professional development initiative empowering graduate students to envision their futures with clarity and confidence.

COVID-19 Resources for Entrepreneurs from the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council.

Funding initiatives to address COVID-19 challenges and racial justice.



Upcoming Programs

Education, Race and Justice: An Introduction to the Prison Teaching Initiative
What is the relationship between mass incarceration and system educational inequalities? What is Princeton doing to provide high-quality post-secondary education to incarcerated students? How are students, faculty, and alumni working for change? Hear from Princeton faculty, staff, students, and a PTI graduate about mass incarceration and its relationship to systemic educational inequalities, and find out how you can get involved!  Sponsored by the Class of 1994 and the Prison Teaching Initiative.
Thursday, January 28, 1:00 pm EST


Alumni-Faculty Forums 2020

A Reunions tradition for over 40 years, the Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) continued virtually this year, bringing together alumni panelists from the major reunion classes and the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni for discussions of a broad range of timely or timeless topics. All AFFs were recorded, and available on the Reunions website or via the links below:

Event Recordings


Webinar Recordings

Debugging Democracy: Using Data, Math, and Law for Reform with Professor Sam Wang
Professor Sam Wang gave an overview of how democracy in the USA reached its crisis point, how to use data to diagnose the current situation, and discussed the upcoming November 2020 election. He provided insight into redistricting to prevent gerrymandering and also shared actionable items on how young people can get involved as poll watchers this election and in affecting the review of redistricting maps in 2021 based on the 2020 Federal Census. Hosted by the AlumniCorps NJ area committee.

A Conversation with Professor Beth Lew Williams, Asian American History
Professor Beth Lew-Williams shared her personal history, growing up in Davis, CA in a biracial family (her parents are of Jewish and Chinese heritage), and her subsequent journey to Old Nassau, as well as an overview of her recent book, which discusses the travails of Chinese immigrants in 19th century America, many of whom were systematically expelled from their communities via threats and physical violence. Anti-Chinese sentiment and behavior shaped US laws on citizenship and American society’s attitudes toward all non-citizen immigrants. Professor Lew-Williams’ book, entitled “The Chinese Must Go: Violence, Exclusion, and the Making of the Alien in America” has already won five awards, including the Ray Allen Billington Price and the Ellis W. Hawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians. Professor Lew-Williams is currently working on an article on “paper sons,” and her second book on “the policing of Chinese immigrants in 19th century America.”

Panel discussion on the award-winning film ‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’
Over 130 enthusiastic alum tuned in to the panel discussion on the award-winning film ‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’ on Wednesday, August 12th, 2020, organized by the A4P (Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton).

Panelists and moderator:
Chanterelle Sung ’00, a compliance director at Pfizer and once a prosecutor at the New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Jill Sung, President and CEO of Abacus Federal Savings Bank for over 12 years.
Vera Sung, a member of the Board of Directors for Abacus Federal Savings Bank and its closing attorney.
Mark Mitten, producer of the internationally acclaimed documentary ‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’.
Ti-Hua Chang, the climate change investigative reporter for TYTinvestigates.com (Twitter @tihuachang).

The Sung sisters shared the family’s courageous journey through the five-year legal battle fighting mortgage fraud charges brought by the Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. as well as stories around making the documentary, and discussed broader issues such as anti-Asian racism and violence. The event was hosted by Nancy Lin, co-chair of A4P; organized by Stella Zhang *16, Benny Mah ’82 and Sanna Lee ’20; co-sponsored by A4P, PANYC, PWN NYC, PCNC and PCSC.

Where We Come From and Where We’re Going 
In this author chat, Ann Tashi Slater ’84 talks with Amanda Dennis ’03. Ann reads from her work and discusses her writing process, as well as explores her Tibetan American identity, dialogue across generations and borders, and how we relate to our cultures of origin as we figure out where we come from and where we’re going. A Tokyo-based professor of American literature, Ann recently finished her first memoir; she contributes to The New Yorker, The Paris Review, The New York Times, Catapult, Guernica, the HuffPost, Tricycle, and others. She speaks and teaches workshops at Princeton, Columbia, Oxford, and The American University of Paris, as well as the Asia Society and The Rubin Museum of Art. This event was jointly hosted by Princeton Club of Japan (PCJ), Princeton Alumni Association of France (PAAF), Asian American Alumni Association of Princeton (A4P), Princeton Women’s Network of NY (PWN NY) and Princeton Women’s Network of Princeton Area.

TigersHelping: Making a Difference in a COVID-19 World
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The Princeton Club of Philadelphia (PCOP) and the Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC), in collaboration with the Alumni Council’s Committee on Regional Associations (CORA), held a special panel of Princetonians who have made a meaningful positive impact in their communities at a time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Natalie Guo ’12, a Harvard Medical School student who founded Off Their Plate to help restaurants and health-care workers by seeking donations to provide meals to healthcare workers, initially in Boston before expanding to cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
  • Brian Jaffe ’06, who founded Covid Assist to connect people who need non-medical assistance during the coronavirus pandemic with volunteers who can lend them a hand
  • Raj Singh ’16, a digital healthcare consultant who founded Connect for COVID-19, an initiative to collect smartphones, tablets and laptops that can provide internet access for socially isolated patients at hospitals

Eric Schmidt ’76: A Q&A on digital innovation, privacy, and cybersecurity
Eric Schmidt, Princeton Class of ‘76, joined Markus Brunnermeier, Director of Princeton’s Bendheim Center for Finance, for a Q&A on digital innovation, privacy, and cybersecurity. Eric Schmidt is the former chairman and CEO of Google and co-founder of Schmidt Futures.

A New Day in NY Law Enforcement: Reimagining Law Enforcement & Police Oversight
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The Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC) held a panel on the future of law enforcement in New York with a panel of esteemed and experienced legal experts and law enforcement practitioners, including:

  • Alvin Bragg, the former Chief Deputy Attorney General in New York State. Alvin also served as the first Chief of a special unit that investigated police-involved killings and as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York, and is currently a candidate for Manhattan District Attorney
  • Sharon Fairley ’82, a former federal prosecutor and police oversight professional who helped reform Chicago’s police accountability infrastructure and served as Chief of Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability. Sharon now teaches law full-time at University of Chicago Law School
  • Catherine Fisk ’83, the Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley, where she teaches and writes on labor and employment law, the legal profession, and civil procedure
  • Dr. Errol D. Toulon, Jr., Suffolk County’s 67th Sheriff and the county’s first African-American to be elected to a non-judicial countywide office. Sheriff Toulon has more than 30 years of criminal-justice experience, having previously served as a the Deputy Commissioner of Operations for the New York City Department of Correction

Reaching for Hope in a COVID-19 World: A PANYC Fireside Chat with Pulitzer Prize Winning Authors Nicholas Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn *88
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Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn *88, a renowned journalistic team, have traveled the world and lived for many years in Asia, where their work won them the first Pulitzer Prize granted to a husband and wife. In this fireside chat, hosted by the Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC), Nick and Sheryl discuss their new book Tightrope and consider the human dimension of COVID-19, including the nature of the political and pandemic response and the ways in which COVID-19 has most impacted the most vulnerable in our communities.

The Princeton Fugitive Slave: The Trials of James Collins Johnson; A PANYC Book Talk with Lolita Buckner Inniss ’83
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A virtual book talk with Dr. Lolita Buckner Inniss ’83, hosted by The Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC). In The Princeton Fugitive Slave: The Trials of James Collins Johnson, author Lolita Buckner Inniss offers a fresh, complex and nuanced new vantage from which to view the connection between the institution of slavery and American colleges and universities. Her book is a micro-history that follows its subject James Collins Johnson from life on the margins as an enslaved man in Maryland, as a fugitive who undergoes a sensational trial for re-enslavement, and as a nominally free man in a northern college town governed by southern sensibilities. Princeton University recently honored James Collins Johnson by naming East Pyne Arch after him.

Begin Again: James Baldwin’s America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own
Eddie Glaude Jr. *97 and Cornel West discuss the enduring legacy of James Baldwin and lessons from his work for confronting racism today. Co-sponsored by Labyrinth Books.

Reunions 2020 Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference
Sponsored by the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

Racial Crisis in America, “Do You Hear Me Now? It’s Time to Begin Again!”
With Dr. Eddie Glaude *97, Chair, Department of African American Studies, Princeton University; Sam Frisby, Mercer County Freeholder; John Harmon, CEO, African American Chamber of Commerce; Jeannine Larue, LaRueList Cafe Program Sponsor

Race in the COVID Era: What America’s History of Racism and Xenophobia Means for Today
This virtual panel sponsored by the Associate Provost for International Affairs and Operations and the Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity discussed strategies to address marginalization and empower impacted communities, featuring Andy Kim, Congressman from New Jersey’s 3rd District; Beth Lew-Williams, Associate Professor of History; Keith Wailoo, Chair of the Department of History and the Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs; Helen Zia ’73, activist and author; and Aly Kassam-Remtulla, Associate Provost for International Affairs.

Part 2 of COVID-19 Webinar Series: Fiscal, Monetary, and Health Policy Responses and Implications for the Economic Outlook
A discussion with Alan Blinder ’67, Bill Dudley and Jessica Metcalf moderated by Senator Bill Frist ’74. Sponsored by the Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies in collaboration with the Center for Health and Wellbeing and a Second Opinion Podcast with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.

COVID-19 Webinar: Fiscal, monetary and health policy responses and implications for the economic outlook
The Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies in collaboration with the Center for Health and Wellbeing and a Second Opinion Podcast with Senator Bill Frist, M.D.

The Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies, 2020 Princeton Reunions Virtual Talk
A conversation with Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell ’75 and Professor Alan Blinder ’67

COVID-19 in India with Prof. Ramanan Laxminarayan
The Princeton Club of India held a discussion with Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan on “COVID-19 in India: How We Got Here,” in an exclusive virtual session. Dr. Laxminarayan is an economist and epidemiologist who has been an advisor to the WHO and World Bank & served President Obama on the Council of Advisors on Science & Technology’s antimicrobial resistance working group. He is currently Senior Research Scholar and Lecturer at Princeton Environmental Institute and Director of the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy.

Pandemic Ethics: An Afternoon Discussion with Professor Peter Singer
As the world grapples with the devastation of COVID–19, we are confronted with fundamental moral choices. How do we make decisions, what considerations do we need to factor in? To discuss this, FICCI and The Princeton Club of India joined Peter Singer, often considered to be the world’s most influential living philosopher, to discuss “Pandemic Ethics” in an exclusive webinar.

Class of 1992 Discussion Panel – COVID-19 Crisis: Medical Response
The first of two discussion panels with members of the Great Class of ’92 working on the COVID pandemic offers perspectives from medical professionals including: Evan Garfein, MD, Chief, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY; Melinda Kantsiper, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Associate Chief Medical Officer, Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital; Raphael Landovitz, MD, MSc, Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; Sara Hougen Poggi, MD, Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist; Medical Director, Brock Family Antenatal Testing Center, Inova Alexandria Hospital, Alexandria, VA; Kari Rosenkranz, MD, Vice Chair for Education, Department of Surgery, Program Director for General Surgery, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

Coping With COVID-19: Dealing With Stress, Adversity and Isolation in a Stay-at-Home and Virtual World
Password:  9M&&15.2.  The Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC) is delighted to present a webinar featuring Dr. Calvin Chin (Director of Counseling and Psychological Services at Princeton’s Health Services), Rabbi Julie Roth (Princeton Center for Jewish Life), Dr. Erica Reischer ’92 (Psychologist, Author & Parent Educator) and Rev. Kate Dunn ’88 (Associate Pastor for Congregational Care & Outreach, Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church) that aims to assist those dealing with stress, adversity, isolation, frustration, fear and loss as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and coping with a Stay-at-Home and Virtual world.

The Economy and Markets in the Time of Coronavirus
A 1746 Society Webinar presented by G. Scott Clemons ’90, Partner, Chief Investment Strategist, Private Wealth Management, Brown Brothers Harriman. The COVID-19 crisis poses unprecedented challenges to public health, our economy, and financial markets. Even when the health risks begin to recede, the task of restarting economic growth looms large, with implications for businesses and investors alike. This webinar will consider the economy and financial markets in the age of COVID-19.

Financial Literacy & Mastering Money: A PANYC Webinar with Norm Champ ’85
The Princeton Association of New York City (PANYC) presented a webinar featuring Norm Champ ’85 that aims to help Americans learn the fundamentals of getting their finances in order so they can invest in the future and take their financial destiny back into their own hands.

Norm Champ ’85 is a Partner in the Investment Funds Group in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, where he heads up the Regulatory Solutions practice. Previously, Norm was the Director of the Division of Investment Management at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). He was a leader of the agency’s work with the Financial Stability Oversight Council as the Council turned its attention to whether asset management firms are “systemically significant.” Prior to becoming Director of the Division of Investment Management, Norm was the Deputy Director of the SEC’s National Exam Program where he supervised examinations of industry participants, including investment advisers, and worked on crisis management efforts at securities firms to protect customers of those firms. Norm has an A.B., summa cum laude, in History from Princeton University (1985) and a J.D., cum laude, from Harvard Law School. He was a Fulbright Scholar at King’s College London where he received his M.A. in War Studies.

CORA Webinar: Princeton is Where You Are: Bringing Tigers Together in a Virtual Age
Presented by Rob Wolk ’91, CORA Chair and President of the Princeton Association of NYC; Trey Farmer ’93, CORA member and Immediate Past President of the Princeton Club Southwest Florida; and Stephanie Bachas-Daunert ’10, Co-President of the Princeton Club of Northern California

Princeton Old Guard Share Their Experience During Covid-19 Crisis
Four Princeton Class of 1968 members share their experience and their special skills in dealing with the Covid-19 Virus. Bob Schoene, a Pulmonary Care Specialist, Bob Mauterstock, a Certified Financial Planner, Jeff Bourne, a Pediatrician, and Bob Weber, A Clinical Psychologist reveal insights based on their own extensive knowledge

Understanding the Science Behind the COVID-19 Pandemic – Critical Information to Make Informed Decisions
James (Jaime) Martiney ’85 P14
earned his BA in Biology from Princeton and PhD in Experimental Pathology from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Jaime has 30+ years of experience teaching STEM-related graduate-level, upper-level and intro-level courses for science, pre-health career, and non-science majors. Jaime served for fourteen years in the United States Navy Reserves, Medical Service Corps, achieving the rank of Lieutenant Commander, where he trained to strategically prepare and respond to biological warfare events, global pandemics and disaster preparedness.


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Academic/Learning Opportunities available from the Alumni Association of Princeton University

Forward Fest
Forward Fest is a monthly online series that will continue throughout A Year of Forward Thinking. The events, featuring Princeton faculty and alumni exploring a range of forward-thinking topics, will be free and open to the public. Sparking dialogue among the entire Princeton community — students, faculty, staff, alumni and other interested thinkers — Forward Fest will explore, engage and develop bold thinking for the future. The next Forward Fest will take place February 20 and feature Alumni Forward Thinkers.
Watch past Forward Fest events

Princeton Journeys’ Live Lectures

Archive of University lectures on Princeton Media Central

Coursera: Listen in on select courses at coursera.org/princeton.

Princeton University Wintersession
A vibrant, two-week experience that offers unexpected, active, and intriguing non-graded learning and growth opportunities. Undergraduate students, graduate students, staff and faculty can participate as teachers, learners or both.
January 18-31, 2021






  • Brazil LAB Panel: “COVID-19 and Amazonia’s Future”
    With Harvard University professor Marcia Castro; human-rights and international studies scholar Ilona Szabó; Professor Pedro Vasconcelos, director of Brazil’s National Institute of Science and Technology for Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers; and Beto Veríssimo, senior researcher and co-founder of Imazon. Brazil LAB Director Joaõ Biehl, the Susan Dod Brown Professor of Anthropology and PEI associated faculty, moderated the discussion.
  • Princeton Environmental Institute Video Archives
    Sit in on virtual lectures on topics from sustainable urban food systems to ecosystems and descriptions of how nature works.

Ethnic and Racial Studies



  • Pandemic, Creating a Usable Past:  Epidemic History, COVID-19, and the Future of Health
    With history as our guide, this forum of epidemic experts explores how people and societies in former eras responded to pandemic challenges.  What perspective does their experience offer for the present?  What guidance does the past provide for the future of public health, health care and public policy?  Seven panels organized by Keith Wailoo, Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs. Chair, Department of History.
  • James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Statesmanship in Times of Crisis with Allen C. Guelzo and Robert P. George
    Dr. Guelzo is one of our country’s preeminent historians. History will not necessarily provide a roadmap, but perhaps reflection on historical cases can teach us some lessons in safely navigating the highways when there is not roadmap at hand.
  • Free crowdsourced American history curriculum developed by American scholars, by Professor Rhae Lynn Barnes






  • Politics & Polls: A Conversation with Princeton Vote100
    View a recording of Princeton professors Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang from the “Politics & Polls” podcast in conversation with Emma Parish ’21 and Kesavan Srivilliputhur ’23, two fellows from Princeton’s student-led Vote100 campaign, as they discussed Vote100 goals and mission, how to increase voter participation in the 2020 election and more.
  • Democracy Now:  Something is Wrong in America with Professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
    On March 16, Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders faced off on how to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, Medicare for All, the climate crisis, Joe Biden’s record and whether or not the U.S. needs a revolution.

Princeton Research Day 2020

  • An annual celebratory event to bring researchers together with the general public and the broader Princeton community.  The presentations showcase the diversity of research projects by undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and other early career scholars.
    View 2020 PRD Featured Videos

Public Health

  • From Vaccines to Vaccinations: Will Americans Roll Up Their Sleeves?
    Princeton faculty experts discuss discovery, distribution, facts, falsehoods and more. December 22 Recording.Panelists:
    • Janet Currie – Henry Putnam Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton School of International Affairs; Co-Director, Center for Health and Wellbeing
    • C. Jessica E. Metcalf – Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs, Princeton School of International Affairs; Co-Director, Program in Global Health and Health Policy
    • Bryan T. Grenfell – Kathryn Briger and Sarah Fenton Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Public Affairs, Princeton School of International Affairs
    • Daniel A. Notterman – Senior Research Scholar, Molecular Biology; Chair of the Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects; Lecturer with the rank of Professor in Molecular Biology
    • Keith Wailoo – Henry Putnam University Professor of History and Public Affairs

    The panel is moderated by Joe Stephens, the Ferris Professor of Journalism and Director of the Program in Journalism.

Healthcare and COVID-19


  • 3 Takeaways: Features intimate conversations and insights from the world’s best thinkers, business leaders, writers, politicians, scientists and other newsmakers. Each episode ends with the 3 key takeaways the leading figure has learned over their career. Hosted by Lynn Thoman ’77.
  • The She Roars podcast shares the stories of Princeton women.
  • PAWcast: The Princeton Alumni Weekly’s podcast features interviews with alumni on a range of topics.
  • Meet Princeton!  A podcast from Princeton’s Office of Admission. Available on Spotify | Apple Podcasts

African American Studies


  • Princeton Tigers:  The official podcast channel of Princeton University Athletics
  • The First 50: Co-Hosted by Ford Family Director of Athletics Mollie Marcoux Samaan ’91 and Athletic Department Historian Jerry Price, this series will tell the story of Princeton’s women’s athletics programs from their inception to their current place as the most dominant female athletics program in the Ivy League.


  • Aesop and the Fables
    Trace the origin and meaning of Aesop’s fables and explore what they can teach us about understanding our won extraordinary times with three world experts including Dan-el Padilla Peralta ’06, Associate Professor of Classics




  • How Do We Fix It? Podcast: “Net-Zero America Study”
    Eric Larson, Senior Research Engineer, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. Lecturer in the School of Public and International Affairs and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment and Jesse Jenkins, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.


  • Finance Simplified with Rohan Gupta: Simplifying Brexit with Harold James, Professor of History and International Affairs



  • Her/Music: Her/Story by Donna Weng Friedman ’80, shines a light on the under-looked work of women composers.






  • Cookies: Tech Security & Privacy
    Technology has transformed our lives, but there are hidden tradeoffs we make as we take advantage of these new tools. This podcast, produced by the School of Engineering and Applied Science, focuses on how consumers are so often the product when it comes to gadgets, apps and social media platforms.


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Princeton University Wintersession
A vibrant, two-week experience that offers unexpected, active, and intriguing non-graded learning and growth opportunities. Undergraduate students, graduate students, staff and faculty can participate as teachers, learners or both.
January 18-31, 2021



Educational Resources


  • Princeton Dance Festival Reimagined
    Watch video replays of the Lewis Center for the Arts 2020 Dance Festival. Six diverse, professional choreographers have created new dances with Princeton dance students despite the restrictions of the COVID pandemic. These new works explored the intersections of dance and multimedia performance, digital animation, filmmaking, site-specific theater and art, or music. Each evening was a completely different and unique experience followed by a question and answer session with the choreographers.

For Families


Reading / Watching


  • All Her Power: The 50th Anniversary of Undergraduate Co-Education Theater Project
    The first undergraduate co-ed class arrived at Princeton University in the fall of 1969. In celebration of this milestone in 2019, the Program in Theater facilitated journalistic research by three generations of Princeton women—current students, professional artist alumnae, and the first generation of graduating women—to culminate in a virtual theatrical event exploring the experiences of women at the University.


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Fitness and Health

Reflection and Spirituality

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