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Kevin Kruse

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”

Economic historian Phillip Magness alleges that Kruse plagiarized sections of works from Georgia Institute of Technology Professor Emeritus Ronald H. Bayor and Thomas Sugrue, a historian and Julius Silver Professor at New York University in his doctoral dissertation at Cornell University and his subsequent book “One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America.”


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Recipients of University President's Achievement Award reflect on their continued service

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.

The employees, whose work spans from the Elevator/Electric Shop to the Office of the Dean for Research, will receive $2,500, a certificate and their name engraved in a plaque in the Office of Human Resources.

NEWS | May 1

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Four professors, eight Princeton University Press authors win 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship

Eight Princeton University Press (PUP) authors have been recognized for scholarship in their fields of study. The fellowship is awarded on the basis of past research as well as a project that the candidate proposes. 

Eight Princeton University Press (PUP) authors have been recognized for scholarship in their fields of study. The fellowship is awarded on the basis of past research as well as a project that the candidate proposes. 

NEWS | April 26

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Dennis Parnell Sullivan GS ’66 wins 2022 Abel Prize

The 2022 Abel Prize has been awarded to mathematician Dennis Parnell Sullivan GS ’66 “for his groundbreaking contributions to topology in its broadest sense, and in particular its algebraic, geometric and dynamical aspects.”

The 2022 Abel Prize has been awarded to mathematician Dennis Parnell Sullivan GS ’66 “for his groundbreaking contributions to topology in its broadest sense, and in particular its algebraic, geometric and dynamical aspects.”

NEWS | March 31

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SPIA hosts Department of Justice officials for panel on civil rights, police misconduct

Cynthia Coe, Maureen Johnston, and Megan Marks of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division discuss discriminatory policing and reform efforts in a panel at SPIA.

Cynthia Coe, Maureen Johnston, and Megan Marks of the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division discuss discriminatory policing and reform efforts in a panel at the School of Public and International Affairs. 

NEWS | March 24

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In the eye of the storm: Princeton professor’s research may hold the key to predicting hurricanes

Princeton professor Dr. Gabriel A. Vecchi gave a talk regarding his research about hurricane frequency in the North Atlantic, expressing that the abnormal increase in hurricanes can be contributed to a phenomenon called aerosol forcing. 

Princeton professor Dr. Gabriel A. Vecchi gave a talk regarding his research about hurricane frequency in the North Atlantic, expressing that the abnormal increase in hurricanes can be contributed to a phenomenon called aerosol forcing. 

NEWS | February 23

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Princeton professor Bonnie Bassler awarded the Wolf Prize in chemistry

Dr. Bonnie Bassler, Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and Department Chair of Molecular Biology, was recently awarded the 2022 Wolf Prize in Chemistry for her work surrounding quorum sensing and cellular communication in bacterial organisms. 

Dr. Bonnie Bassler, Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and Department Chair of Molecular Biology, was recently awarded the 2022 Wolf Prize in Chemistry for her work surrounding quorum sensing and cellular communication in bacterial organisms. 

NEWS | February 21

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Former SPIA Dean Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book ‘Renewal’

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ former SPIA Dean and current CEO of New America Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book and reflects on her career and upcoming milestones in American history. 

In an interview with the ‘Prince,’ former SPIA Dean and current CEO of New America Anne-Marie Slaughter ’80 discusses her latest book and reflects on her career and upcoming milestones in American history. 

NEWS | February 4

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Princeton-based academic freedom group backs Amy Wax as UPenn starts review process over anti-Asian remarks

Princeton faculty members involved with the Academic Freedom Alliance (AFA) have expressed support for law professor Amy Wax’s academic freedom, after the University of Pennsylvania announced it had initiated a review process that could sanction her for her anti-Asian remarks.

Princeton faculty members involved with the Academic Freedom Alliance (AFA) have expressed support for law professor Amy Wax’s academic freedom, after the University of Pennsylvania announced it had initiated a review process that could sanction her for her anti-Asian remarks.

NEWS | January 27

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3 professors awarded National Endowment for the Humanities grants promoting digital scholarship

Three University Professors, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Christina Lee, Professor of History Ekaterina Pravilova, and Associate Professor of History Wendy Warren, were awarded funding from the NEH, which seeks to spearhead new research and make the humanities accessible to broad audiences.

The funding seeks to spearhead new research and make the humanities accessible to broad audiences.

NEWS | January 25

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Director of Transfer, Veteran, and Non-Traditional Student Programs Keith Shaw recognized with Rising Star Award

Shaw, who has directed the program since its founding in 2017, was recognized by the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS) for creating initiatives that promote the admission of transfer students.

Shaw, who has directed the program since its founding in 2017, was recognized by the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS) for creating initiatives that promote the admission of transfer students.

NEWS | January 23

Princeton School of Public and International Affairs with Double Sights

Eisgruber defends SPIA Dean Jamal amid POCC criticism of statement on Rittenhouse verdict

“Deans and other academic administrators cannot do their jobs without sometimes stating their opinions about controversial topics (indeed, I am doing that now),” President Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince.’ “Others remain free, of course, to disagree with what we say or with our decisions about when to speak up for what we believe.”

“Deans and other academic administrators cannot do their jobs without sometimes stating their opinions about controversial topics (indeed, I am doing that now),” President Eisgruber wrote to the ‘Prince.’ “Others remain free, of course, to disagree with what we say or with our decisions about when to speak up for what we believe.”

NEWS | January 19