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The Office of Career Services launched HireTigers, a new career management website, to replace the former TigerTracks system on September 1. The system is part of Career Services’ long-term agenda to use technology to provide personalized professional services to students.
While B.S.E. departments did not have significant changes in the numbers of freshmen who declared this year, computer science and Operations Research and Financial Engineering were the two most popular major choices for Class of 2017 B.S.E. students.
Former University President Shirley Tilghman will be joining the Wilson School starting next semester as a joint professor with the molecular biology department.
Congressman Rush Holt spoke about wilderness protection, the dangers of using fossil fuel energy and pipeline projects at a talk on campus on Wednesday.
Arianna Huffington, chair of The Huffington Post Media Group, as well as its president and editor-in-chief, argues in her latest book, “Thrive,”that people need to redefine success by implementing the Third Metric of success —well-being, wisdom, giving and wonder. The Daily Princetonian spoke with Huffington about the importance of redefining success as college students and what direction the change is heading toward.
Arianna Huffington urged the need for a definition of success that accounts for personal well-being in a panel discussion held on Tuesday.
Wilson School diplomat-in-residence and Directorof the Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative program Barbara Bodine intends to step down at the end of the academic year.
Novartis — the manufacturer of Bexsero, the meningitis B vaccine used tovaccinate University students this spring—announced that it is currently filing an application for FDA review of its vaccine, in the hopes of obtaining licensure.
In response tothe University’s decision to shorten the Princeton Preview program, a group of students is trying to organize an informal hosting system for admitted students.
History professor Julian Zelizer went with 48 students to Broadway on Wednesday to see "All the Way," a play about former President Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency starring "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston as Johnson. The group had a chance afterward to discuss the play with several of the actors, including Cranston.
A student at Drexel University, Philadelphia, diedon Mondayevening from a suspected case of meningitis type B, NBC reported. Although no official cause of death was identified,Drexel said it is working with city health officials under the assumption that the cause of death was meningitis.
The Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering began offering a new graduate certificate in Computational and Information Science in January.Students go through specialized training in numerical analysis, computer science and programming,software engineering and statistics and data modeling to complete the program.
When the old Dinky station collapsed last September, Charles Jacobson ’16 was on his way to an interview with the Student Volunteer Council.
Terrence Meck ’00, co-founder and president of The Palette Fund, donated $150,000 to FRS 157: Philanthropy to sustain the course for three more years. Last fall was originally supposed to be the last semester that the University would offer the seminar.
An unexpected outage affected the campus student network, including Internet access and printing services, on Monday at9:15 a.m.,according to a recorded status message by the University’s Office of Information Technology support and operation center.The OIT system was temporarily down, a variety of network services were interrupted temporarily and printers in clusters were disconnected from the network.
A town resident was allegedly assaulted by two men with a baseball bat on Nassau Street around11:37 p.m. on Saturday, according to a Campus Safety Alert sent to University students and staff around 2 p.m. on Sunday.
An online petition for a new vegetarian co-op has been circulating on campus since Feb. 6, asking University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 to consider establishing a new co-op in the Dickinson Street Annex housing. The goal of the petition is to gather 200 signatures, and, as of Wednesday, 190 people have signed the petition so far.
The fall 2013 freshman seminar FRS 157: Philanthropy donated $25,000 to five nonprofit charity organizations. The largest grant was $7,000 to ZOE International Ministries, followed by $5,000 to Partners in Health, $4,500 each to Pratham USA and Camfed USA, and $4,000 to The Water Project.
After stepping down from his former position as chairman of the Federal Reserve last Friday, former Princeton professor Ben Bernanke joined the Brookings Institution as a distinguished fellow in residence in the economic studies program.
USG’s pilot Wintersession program, which took place over Intersession, ended with 53 course offerings and over a thousand participants.