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SPIA Dean Cecilia Rouse. 
Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Biden to nominate SPIA Dean Rouse as CEA chair

Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), will be named by President-elect Joe Biden as his pick for Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, The Wall Street Journal reported. If confirmed by the Senate, she would be the first woman of color to chair the Council.

Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA), will be named by President-elect Joe Biden as his pick for Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, according to reporting from the Wall Street Journal. If confirmed by the Senate, she would be the first woman of color to chair the Council.

NEWS | 3 days ago

Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Sophomore sues Princeton for spring 2020 tuition refund

Reid Zlotky ’23 is suing the University in federal court, arguing the institution is unfairly charging full tuition for virtual instruction in the spring. Tuition reimbursement lawsuits have now been filed against all eight Ivy League institutions.

Reid Zlotky ’23 is suing the University in federal court, arguing the institution is unfairly charging full tuition for virtual instruction in the spring. Tuition reimbursement lawsuits have now been filed against all eight Ivy League institutions.

NEWS | 4 days ago

Courtesy of Christian Potter ’22

Potter ’22 elected President, USG referenda on divestment and Election Day pass

Fifty-two percent of students voted in the three-day election, making this the highest Winter Elections turnout since 2014, according to a message sent to students. Allen Liu, who lost the presidential election, intends to remain as U-Council Chair and continue working with the Mental Health Task Force.

Fifty-two percent of students voted in the three-day election, making this the highest Winter Elections turnout since 2014, according to a message sent to students. Allen Liu ’22, who lost the presidential election, intends to remain as U-Council Chair and continue working with the Mental Health Task Force.

NEWS | 6 days ago

An artist rendering of The Hub
Courtesy the New Jersey Governor's Office

As The Hub’s first tenant, Princeton hopes to catalyze New Jersey’s tech industry

Rodney Priestley, Vice Dean of Innovation and Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, said the University is committed to nurturing New Jersey’s tech ecosystem.

At the online announcement of the partnership, Rodney Priestley, the Vice Dean of Innovation and Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, expressed commitment to nurturing the New Jersey tech ecosystem through projects like The Hub and with the help of other research institutions in the state, including Rutgers University. 

NEWS | November 25

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Under current University guidelines, McCosh 50 will be able to accommodate no more than 42 occupants at one time.
Photo Credit: Lazarena Lazarova ’21  

Faculty for ‘about 60 courses’ have expressed interest in hybrid teaching

“So far, the Office of the Dean of the College has had inquiries from faculty for about 60 courses — including both undergraduate and graduate courses — who are interested in exploring hybrid elements in their teaching,” a University spokesperson told the ‘Prince.’

“So far, the Office of the Dean of the College has had inquiries from faculty for about 60 courses — including both undergraduate and graduate courses — who are interested in exploring hybrid elements in their teaching,” a University spokesperson told the ‘Prince’ this afternoon.

NEWS | November 25

Currie and Tom Barron ‘74, pictured at their home in Colorado.
Photo courtesy of Currie and Tom Barron via the Office of Communications

Barron '74 establishes Biodiversity Research Challenge Fund

The University recently announced the establishment of the Thomas A. and Currie C. Barron Family Biodiversity Research Challenge Fund to support environmental research on biodiversity. 

The University recently announced the establishment of the Thomas A. and Currie C. Barron Family Biodiversity Research Challenge Fund to support environmental research on biodiversity. 

NEWS | November 25

Princeton invites all undergraduate students to campus for spring 2021 — Rapid Reactions on Zoom

On Tuesday, November 24, President Eisgruber announced that all undergraduate students would be invited back to campus for the spring 2021 semester. Students will have the choice to return or to continue school at home or off-campus. We spoke with undergraduates to hear their initial thoughts and reactions to the reopening plan.

NEWS | November 25

Albert Jiang / The Daily Princetonian

Princeton to invite all undergraduates to campus this spring, with most instruction remaining online

Most instruction will remain online, and classes with an in-person component will be offered in a “hybrid” format to accommodate students studying remotely. All graduate students will again be invited to campus

Most instruction will remain online, and classes with an in-person component will be offered in a “hybrid” format to accommodate students studying remotely. All graduate students will again be invited to campus

NEWS | November 24

Charter Club.
Photo Credit: Jon Ort / The Daily Princetonian

Charter pauses 2021 Bicker plans, opts for selective sign-in

Charter will host 10 recruitment events leading up to Street Week, giving prospective members opportunities to earn “points.”

Charter will host ten recruitment events leading up to Street Week, giving prospective members opportunities to earn “points.” If the club exceeds sign-in capacity, individuals with more points will be prioritized in being admitted to the club.

NEWS | November 24

Aaron Burr Hall, home of the Anthropology department.
Jonathan Schilling / Wikimedia Commons

Program in Ethnographic Studies no longer accepting certificate students

The elimination of the certificate was due to a “significant increase in the number of anthropology majors” and a need for prioritization of these students.

The elimination of the certificate was due to a “significant increase in the number of anthropology majors” and a need for prioritization of these students.

NEWS | November 23