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Robertson Hall, home of the School of Public and International Affairs.
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U. affiliated U.S. Crisis Monitor reports 93% of summer BLM protests were peaceful

A new report from the U.S. Crisis Monitor — a joint project led by SPIA and the ACLED — shows that 93 percent of BLM demonstrations over the summer have been peaceful, with net national support for the movement.

A new report from the U.S. Crisis Monitor shows that 93 percent of BLM demonstrations over the summer have been peaceful, with net national support for the movement.

NEWS | September 20

Robertson Hall, home of the School of Public and International Affairs.
Mark Dodici / The Daily Princetonian

U. professor to join Facebook and Instagram study on U.S. 2020 presidential election

Andrew Guess, assistant professor of politics and public affairs, is one of 17 researchers working on a study initiated by Facebook and Instagram to analyze political attitudes and behaviors across hundreds of thousands of users.

Andrew Guess, assistant professor of politics and public affairs, is one of 17 researchers across the country working on a study that analyzes the political attitudes and behaviors of hundreds of thousands of social media users.

NEWS | September 14

Courtesy of Adji Bousso Dieng

AI expert Adji Bousso Dieng to become first Black female faculty member at SEAS

Dieng, a researcher in generative modeling, is making history as Princeton’s first Black woman in the School of Engineering Applied Science (SEAS) and first Black faculty member in the Department of Computer Science.

Dieng, a researcher in generative modeling, is making history as Princeton’s first Black woman in the School of Engineering Applied Science (SEAS) and first Black faculty member in the Department of Computer Science.

NEWS | September 10

Dr. Adam Burrows
Photo courtesy of Adam Burrows 

Q&A with Astrophysics Professor, Viktor Ambartsumian International Science Prize winner Adam Burrows

“You really need to be connected to students, or you don’t get the energy that they provide. You need to collaborate with students, not only because that gives you a means to get work done, but also sparks ideas,” Burrows said of the connection between research and teaching. 

NEWS | August 11

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Professor H. Vincent Poor.
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U. researchers contribute to discovery of new way to track mutations of epidemics, like COVID-19

“As we have seen with COVID-19, the spread has been much more rapid than leaders expected,” Poor wrote. “To the extent that this can be attributed to mutations, this model could help give decision-makers a clearer picture of what to expect and thus take quicker action if needed.” 

NEWS | 04/01/2020

Artist rendering of the Parker Solar Probe approaching the Sun. 
Photo Credit: Steve Gribben / NASA, John Hopkins APL

“Touch the Sun”: U. professor McComas helps design record-breaking spacecraft

Launched atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Aug. 12, 2018, the NASA Parker Solar Probe mission, nicknamed “Parker,” was a $1.5 billion project. The mission seeks to “touch the Sun,” discovering the secrets of the star’s corona by performing unprecedented observations and measurements of solar winds, magnetic fields, and energetic particles that originate from the star’s mysterious outer atmosphere.

NEWS | 02/12/2020