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  • Sarah Carson, a doctoral student in history, is focusing her dissertation on weather science in South Asia from 1864-1945 to shed light on imperial governance and scientific future-telling. https://bit.ly/2UFESEh

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Princeton University
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  • Jordan Salama '19 reads an excerpt of Chapter 3 of his senior thesis, a nonfiction book of travel writing about the people and places along Colombia’s main river, the Magdalena. https://bit.ly/2W3S2XW

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  • A new massive open online course (aka MOOC) through Princeton University will give you a better understanding of the most critical questions related to the Constitution. https://bit.ly/2IsYYv6

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  • Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory scientists are, for the first time applying deep learning to forecast sudden disruptions that can halt fusion reactions and damage the tokamaks that house the reactions.

    This use of AI could now speed the development of limitless fusion energy.

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Princeton University
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  • Led by Princeton researchers and supported by Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey - CINJ, a team of scientists has discovered a factor that promotes the spread of cancers to bone, opening the way toward treatments that could mitigate cancer’s ability to metastasize.

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Princeton University
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  • Talk about #TransformationTuesday 👀

    March ➡️ April

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Princeton University
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  • Before coming to Princeton, he spent 2.5 years in the elite Naval Diving Unit of the Republic of Singapore Navy.

    Learn a little more about Max West '19, starting catcher for Princeton University Athletics. ⚾️ https://bit.ly/2IiTHX7

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  • All Princeton alumni are invited to save the date for THRIVE: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton’s Black Alumni: https://thrive.princeton.edu

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  • #TellUsTigers: “In my first year of college, I went off a ski jump to do a backflip. I woke up in the hospital two days later to concerned faces of family and friends. I was 19. I was told there was no real hope of regaining use of my legs. I then spent two months in inpatient rehab. The reframing process post-paralysis has similarities to grieving after losing a loved one. My ‘denial’ stage was to beat the medical community. Post-injury, from my hospital bed, I gave myself a crash course in neuroscience, the start of the change of my career focus to medicine and neuroscience. I actually hit rock bottom after rehab. Up to that point, there were almost daily distractions thanks to committed family and friends. When I got home from rehab, I was truly alone with my thoughts for the first time. I got very depressed — having to finally face the reality of my new life. After a lot of soul-searching while on those rocks at the bottom, I found my new purpose in life: to help others and have fun doing it. I thought the best way to do this was to study both medicine and research with the goal of becoming a physician-scientist, facilitating translation of discoveries into therapies. I am currently in the Rutgers-Princeton M.D.-Ph.D. program. It’s relatively easy to imagine how a scientific idea could turn into a clinic therapy. But in reality, there are many barriers. The M.D.-Ph.D. program allows independent time for study in each field, enabling me to learn the intricacies inherent in each, before trying to build a bridge between the two. My journey, thus far, has been immensely rewarding and I’ve learned any handicap one faces can be both a gift and a curse. The balance between the two is influenced immensely by perspective. That said, I have my good & bad days. I constantly seek reminders to maintain a healthy perspective related to my disability and day-to-day challenges. Everyone has challenges in life — some are just more visible than others. If I can leave you with only one thing, it’s this: Remember everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always.” — Thomas Pisano; photo by David Kelly Crow #Princetagram

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Princeton University
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  • Congratulations to Nathan Poland '20 who has been awarded a Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation scholarship!

    “By studying public interest law and infusing it with a sociological bent I intend to use the law, in theory and in practice, as a means to advance social justice,” Poland wrote in his application. After law school, he aspires to be a public defender.

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Princeton University
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  • We've got some major 🌸 flower power 🌸 on this beautiful spring afternoon!

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Princeton University
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  • Named a Jacobus Fellow earlier this spring, Sarah Carson examines the history of state meteorology in India to shed light on imperial governance and scientific future-telling.

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Princeton University
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Princeton University
Princeton University
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  • Congratulations to Princeton University Computer Science professor Mark Braverman, who has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF)'s highest honor for young researchers, the Alan T. Waterman Award.

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Princeton University
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  • World-renowned journalist and one of the 2018 TIME Persons of the Year Maria Ressa '86 visited campus this week, talking with various students and University communities about free speech and the spread of misinformation.

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Princeton University
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  • Princeton University will name a campus roadway for pioneering African American alumnus and longtime Princeton resident Robert J. Rivers Jr.

    He was among the first black undergraduates — as well as the first black student from the town of Princeton— admitted to the University.

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Princeton University
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  • Karen Richardson '93, a New Jersey native who was among the first generation in her family to attend college, has been named dean of admission at Princeton University.

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Princeton University
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  • Take an inside look at the Princeton University Department of African American Studies spring seminar "Radical Subjects: Race, Deportation and Diaspora," which explores the historical practice of deportation in the U.S. - both past and present.

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Princeton University
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  • Princeton Environmental Institute researchers have proposed a plan whereby hospitals receive a government subsidy that matches dollar-to-dollar the amount of money spent on infection control.

    According to the researchers, incentivizing infection control would reduce infections within a given region by motivating individual hospitals to strengthen their own preventive measures.

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Princeton University
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  • The Princeton Office of Sustainability has collaborated with partners across the University for #PUEarthMonth2019!

    Check out the full schedule and join students, faculty and staff in celebrating with earth-friendly and sustainable activities: https://bit.ly/2FWG9wv

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Princeton University
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  • Princeton University Molecular Biology professor and 1995 Nobel Prize laureate Eric Wieschaus has been named a fellow of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).

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Princeton University
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  • An international team including Princeton University - Physics researchers has discovered that certain classes of crystals with an asymmetry like biological “handedness" - known as chiral crystals - may harbor electrons that behave in unexpected ways.

    The crystals' topological properties may contribute to next-generation quantum, magnetic and optical technologies.

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Princeton University
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  • Having visited 80 countries and written about travel for most of his career, visiting lecturer Pico Iyer gives whole new meaning to the term "wanderlust." 🌏

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  • The Women in Engineering group at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is aimed at recruiting more female engineers, supporting outreach efforts to inspire girls and young women to consider STEM careers and providing support to each other.

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  • Using federal data covering 32 million students across 96,000 schools, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs researchers investigated the degree to which racial disparities in disciplinary action across the U.S. relates to county-level measures of racial bias.

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