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In a lecture given on Friday, Feb. 10 titled “Human Locomotion: How Humans Move Efficiently and Stably”, Dr. Manoj Srinivasan, Associate Professor at Ohio State University, covered both experiments on how humans optimize their locomotion behavior under different conditions and an explanation of the computational methods used to design robotic prostheses and walking exoskeletons.
The men’s volleyball team opened EIVA conference play with a pair of strong performances.
With victories over Claremont Mudd Scripps, St.
The Princeton Public Schools (PPS) filed a lawsuit against the Princeton Charter School (PCS) last month, claiming PCS violated the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) when its trustees voted to amend its charter to increase enrollment of the school. OPMA is a law that requires all meetings of government bodies to hold their meetings open to the public.
In an email to most sophomores and to the residential college listservs, Kyle Berlin ’18 announced St.
It’s an exciting time to be an ecologist, said visiting lecturer Jonathan Levine from STEM university ETH Zurich who stood in front of an eager crowd of students, postdocs, and faculty gathered to hear him speak.
On Jan. 30, University President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 announced that current Dean of the Faculty Deborah Prentice will become University Provost on July 1. Prentice - who was formerly the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Psychology - will replace current Provost David Lee GS '99, who plans to return to full-time teaching and research.
Trump’s attorney, Matthew Blackett, said in a statement that Tarpley had agreed to retract the blog post and apologize to the Trump family. Blackett added that Tarpley had also agreed to pay Mrs. Trump a “substantial sum."
The Davis International Center will hold an open information session tomorrow for University students and scholars who have been affected by the Executive Order. Attendees will be able to hear updates and ask questions about the situation.
The University’s new Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry will use computational modeling to understand psychiatric diseases, according to a University press release.
Coming from Beijing, I grew up in what Chinese people would call a “dayuan.” Translated directly, it means “big courtyard”. It specifically refers to a kind of self-sufficient residential community for retirees from state-owned companies or the military.
August Flentje ’92 argued Feb. 7 on behalf of the Justice Department in favor of the executive order banning immigration from seven countries in front of a panel of three judges, which included Senior Judge Richard Clifton ’72 of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Four seniors, five juniors and one sophomore have been chosen as members of the Wilson School’s Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative (SINSI). This program is designed to help students gain opportunities in public service and later work in the federal government.
The Pink House plans to establish a vegetarian co-op out of its kitchen starting in the fall of 2017.
On Feb. 2, University President Christopher Eisgruber ’83 and 47 other American college and university presidents sent a letter to President Donald Trump urging him to “rectify or rescind” his Jan. 27 executive order.
Stereotypes associating brilliance with men more than women emerge in girls by age six, according to a paper published in Science on Jan. 27.
The University should divest itself from private prisons, argued three speakers at a panel hosted by SPEAR (Students for Prison Education and Reform) and Princeton Private Prison Divest. The panelists discussed the history of prison privatization, the results of privatization in terms of efficiency and human rights, and the ethical implications of incentivizing incarceration.
“What’s interesting about these results is that under cool conditions it’s one set of body parts that dominates, and in warm conditions it’s another set that dominates,” said Arens.
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