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Karla Hoff GS ’89is a senior research economist at the World Bank and shewas co-director of the World Development Report 2015 on Mind, Society and Behavior. The report was cited in the New York Times as having helped make behavioral development economics a field that can produce “small miracles” from the perspective of standard economics. She sat down with The Daily Princetonian to talk about her career trajectory and the field of behavioral economics.
YikYak, a mobile app that lets users anonymously write and view posts called “Yaks” within a five-mile radius, has attracted some notice from the University and other schools as a medium for students struggling with mental health issues.
The University’s Office of Career Services has transitioned to a new version of the HireTigers online career management system.
The Princeton Board of Health will vote on an ordinance next week to ban the sale of tobacco and electronic cigarettes to people under the age of 21.
Black students who graduate from elite universities are about as likely to get competitive jobs as white students who graduate from less selective universities like the University of California, Riverside and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, according to research published by University of Michigan sociology professor S. Michael Gaddis.
The Albanian conflict and nationalist ideologies both played key roles in bringing about the Balkan Wars, Nader Sohrabi saidin a lecture on Monday.
International students have raised issue with the lack of support and advice from Career Services about processes needed to participate in internships in the United States, particularly because most undergraduate international students are on F-1 visas, which means they have some unique concerns with regard to job and internship searches.
A student group that had gone inactive for the past few years is being revitalized by students who feel that campus lacks a group separate from the administration to discuss and activism regarding sexual assault,SpeakOut president Eliza Mott ’16 said.
Presenting an update on Monday night about themandatory quarantine of an NBC crew that included Princeton resident and NBC News’ Chief Medical Editor Nancy Snyderman, Princeton Health Officer Jeffrey Grosser said he was in disbelief aboutthe fact that he was addressing the subject of Ebola inPrinceton.
After violating a 21-day isolation agreement, NBC chief medical correspondent Nancy Snyderman and her NBC crew are under a quarantine mandated by the New Jersey State Health Department until Oct. 22, according to Planet Princeton.
With the recent spread of Ebola from West Africa to America and Spain, Princetonians on and off-campus are reacting to news of the epidemic and are planning to get more involved in the relief effort.
Ambassador Jimmy Kolker, the assistant secretary for global affairs at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services addressed the Ebola epidemic and international diplomacy implications at a talk on Wednesday, emphasizing the importance of health diplomacy and civilian mobilization in combating the outbreak.
Eight students will be going to Washington, D.C., to study education reform through a Breakout trip sponsored by the American Whig-Cliosophic Society this fall break, Whig-Clio president Adam Tcharni ’15 said.
A multidisciplinary search is currently under way for a senior tenured professor in Asian-American studies, according to anannouncement posted on Princeton’s Asian American Studies at Princeton blog.
The University will not support undergraduate or graduate student travel to Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria or Sierra Leone due to the recent outbreak of Ebola in the region, and those who have recently traveled to the region must report to University Health Services. The updated information was announced in a Sept. 5 administrative email following a similar warning issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Hip-hop artist Schoolboy Q will be the main act at Lawnparties this fall, and Angel Haze will be the opening act, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to the student bodyon Sundayafternoon.
Wearing white face masks and black clothing, sitting cross-legged in a semicircle on the ground outside Frist Campus Center, about a dozen student members of Praxis Axis sat quietly in protest on Thursday at noon.
USG will not be offering summer storage to students this year, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email sent out to students on April 21.
Jonathan Ma ’15, Justin Ziegler ’16 and CJ Harris ’17 have been elected presidents of their respective class councils, and Benedict Wagstaff ’14 was elected president of the Class of 2014 Alumni Council officers, USG president Shawon Jackson ’15 announced in an email to students Friday evening.
Guests from the Graduate Student Government and Counseling and Psychological Services spoke at Sunday night’s USG Senate meeting.