On Friday, September 20 Princeton University undergraduate students, graduate students, staff, and faculty joined high school students, middle school students, community organizations, and residents from throughout the state of New Jersey for the Princeton Climate Strike. Part of a global movement of climate strikes happening at the same time,...
Working with political leaders. Serving as a disability advocate. Inspiring aspiring journalists. Interning with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Service Focus students gathered with faculty and University leaders to share their diverse summer service experiences and kick off programming for the academic year on Wednesday, September 11...
What’s your story? What do you care about? How will you contribute to the world? All of us here at the Pace Center for Civic Engagement are excited that so many of you are already exploring how to answer these questions.
In this monthly Q&A series we aim to highlight the projects and contributions of those in the Princeton community, including faculty, students, and staff, that engage with service in unique ways.
A small group of Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students stand with John Hatch ’84, a Trentonian, architect, and Princeton alumnus, outside the Roebling Lofts. The renovated apartments occupy what was once an old cable ropes factory on Clark Street in Trenton.
Both Chitra Parikh ’21 and Grace Simmons ’22 have been able to use their summers to deeply explore the intersection between food and health.
This story originally appeared on the Princeton University homepage.
Four Princeton staff members have been honored for their essays in the fifth annual Princeton Writes essay contest.
Samuel Vilchez Santiago’s life has in many ways been shaped by politics. “I am originally from Venezuela, and both of my parents were very politically involved in local politics. They were sacrificing their own safety in a country led by a dictator. Eventually due to political persecution we moved to the U.S.,” said Vilchez Santiago.
The John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome two new staff members.
The Pace Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to announce the 2019 Bogle Fellows. Each of the 25 first-year students will work on a service related project or internship over the summer. The fellows will be located across the world pursuing their particular service passions from environmental justice to research about pediatric...