Staff in the News
Inaugural program with Fresno State, Rowan and Valdosta State universities spurs “unforgettable summer of research” .
Princeton Chemistry's new two-month summer program draws faculty and students from moderate to small research institutions that serve historically underrepresented groups.
Romus Broadway photo collection featured in banner exhibit celebrating Princeton's historic Black neighborhood .
Princeton University Library and the Arts Council of Princeton are mounting a public exhibition of photographic collage banners drawn from the library's Romus Broadway photography collection. They will adorn the neighborhood through May 2023.
Barton named Princeton’s assistant vice president for facilities operations .
‘I believe in the power of solidarity.’ Our Year of the Tiger series continues. .
Mami Akiyama grew up in the city of Nara, Japan. At age 10, she and her family immigrated to Astoria, Queens. She is now the assistant to the chair of the Department of Astrophysical Sciences and a member of two Employee Resource Groups: Asian Staff at Princeton, where she is an officer, and the International Employee Group at Princeton.