Posts tagged: Princeton University - Diverse

First-Generation Students Celebrated in Nationwide Festivities

by | November 5, 2017 In an effort to showcase and empower first-generation students, the Council for Opportunity in Read more

Scholar Defends Chinese-American Researcher Jailed in Iran

by Adam Schreck, Associated Press | July 17, 2017
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — A Chinese-American graduate student sentenced to 10 years in pr [...] Read more

Tracy Smith Named New Poet Laureate

by Tiffany Pennamon | June 15, 2017
Tracy K. Smith, the director of Creative Writing and the Roger S. Berlind Professor of the Huma [...] Read more

Princeton Professor Cancels Lectures After Speech Leads to Threats

by Associated Press | June 1, 2017
TRENTON, N.J. — A Princeton University professor says she canceled lectures this week after r [...] Read more

Princeton Renaming Building in Honor of Toni Morrison

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 19, 2017
West College — a central building on the campus of Princeton University — will be renamed i [...] Read more

Glaude’s Book Examines Devaluing of Black Lives

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 30, 2016
Text examines how Black lives continue to be rendered insignificant in an era when many thought [...] Read more

Princeton Takes Major Step Forward in African-American Studies

by Jamal Eric Watson | May 26, 2015
Princeton University is one step closer to offering an undergraduate major in African-American [...] Read more