Through several obtained documents, the ‘Prince’ is aware of at least 21 students who were suspected of academic integrity violations in relation to an April MAT 202 problem set.
The move was made to prioritize “those who have already matriculated in the department,” according to an announcement.
The survey results, released on Saturday, were based on 2,237 total responses and included student feedback on a wide range of issues regarding the COVID-19 crisis’ impact on academics and student life. Each survey question was optional, so each had a different number of total respondents.
President Christopher L. Eisgruber ’83 announced in an email on May 4 that the University will not be making a decision as to whether the fall semester will be held online or in-person until early July. But the University Orientation programming office wrote that, given the timing necessary to plan off-campus trips, they are unable to wait until July to make decisions regarding small-group experiences.
Virtual learning is difficult. The Daily Princetonian reached out to every department to see what planning, if any, has been done to prepare for the possibility of an online fall semester.
University officials considered “whether to postpone the beginning of the academic term until later in the fall or even until January,” but decided against such a decision.
The purpose of a term extension for tenure-track faculty at the University is to “mitigate the effects of the current public health crisis on their research and professional development,” Hotchkiss said.
“The role of the commission is to provide the best possible advice that we can to Gov. Murphy as we begin to plan for the relaxation of the sheltering order that has been in place for some time now, and the steps that need to be taken to re-establish the economy in the state,” Tilghman said.
Johnson and Sommers are set to speak at the virtual commencement ceremony, to be held on May 31, 2020. An in-person ceremony will follow in May 2021.
Student suing U. over expulsion for alleged Title IX violation will not be reinstated to finish academic year
The student, under the pseudonym “John Doe,” sued the University on April 15, asserting that Princeton had violated Title IX, a federal law that bans sex and gender discrimination in higher education, by expelling him for alleged violations of the University’s “Intimate Partner Violence” policy.