The Daily Princetonian phoned MacArthur grant recipient Dr. Jeffrey Miller ’06 to discuss his research, his future plans in his scholarly career, and to look back at his time at the University. The interview has been condensed and lightly edited for clarity.
Literary scholar and University alum Jeffrey Miller ’06 was named a MacArthur Fellow on Sept. 25 for his analyses of the writing process during the Reformation and the Renaissance. The award is informally known as the “Genius Grant.”
Today, ask the person who swipes your meal card how their day is going. Make the effort to pick up that piece of paper towel that accidentally missed the trash can. Thank the cook that made a warm stew for you on another one of those cold New Jersey days.
The renovation is intended to preserve the historic architectural design and character of McCosh 50, while still providing needed updates to improve learning conditions.
The University and Google held an inaugural event for the new Google AI lab located just north of campus in Palmer Square on Thursday, May 2. The event hosted speakers such as Professor of Computer Science Elad Hazan, New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy, New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, alumnus and former Google Chairman Eric Schmidt ’76, and President Christopher Eisgruber ’83.
The Gala was a time for students to show their gratitude to professors who have influenced them through their time at the University.
New York Times best-selling author T.A. Barron ’74 encourages students to ‘live their life as a story’ in lecture
The New York Times best-selling author and University alumnus T.A. Barron ’74 delivered a lecture on Tuesday, April 23, centering his talk on how students can learn to live a meaningful life.
In an effort to encourage students to take part in the voting process, associate director for housing facilities and planning Michael Stillwagon wrote, “we also paid a great deal of attention to the process used in selecting this final list of vendors … [and] sought out opportunities to include minority, women, and veteran-owned businesses.”
Vice President for Campus Life W. Rochelle Calhoun stated that the initiative toward building a new UHS building is an “exciting moment … [and] really makes us think about where health care is headed.”