Karen Schmitt began her talk by discussing what became a foundational idea of my fall break: “Cancer care inequalities start way back in inequalities in health care.”
Breakout Princeton, Community House, Pace Council for Civic Values and the Student Volunteers Council are now accepting new applications for their executive boards. Each student board helps set the course for their program and supports a myriad of student-led service opportunities.
In the warm and neighborly atmosphere of Conte’s Pizza on Witherspoon Street, six Princeton University graduate students met with the town of Princeton’s local Civil Rights Commission on Tuesday.
In this monthly Q&A series, we aim to highlight a member of the Princeton community, including students, faculty, and staff, who engages in service.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome Cherry Oakley of Trenton, NJ as its second Community Partner-in-Residence. In this role, Oakley will bring the lens of the community into the Pace Center’s work and to the Princeton University campus community.
Arriving at Princeton can mean an avalanche of information and options for new students, with plenty of different classes and activities to choose from.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to announce that two new staff members have joined our team.