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Tuesday, Nov 24, 2020

The latest updates for the Princeton University community about plans for spring 2021 are available on the University’s Spring Term 2021 website. The site contains recent communications with important information for students, faculty and staff, as well as FAQs.

 
Friday, Feb 26, 2021
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Specialist

At the John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement, student leadership is core to our approach to service and civic engagement. Whether interacting with community, modeling behavior for other students, or adapting to change, students learn that leadership is multidimensional, iterative, and collaborative.

Tuesday, Feb 16, 2021
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Student Correspondent

Students and faculty recently took advantage of the current virtual learning environment to host a transatlantic meeting of minds on the history being made at this very moment and how to move forward. 

Monday, Feb 8, 2021
by Oyin Sangoyomi ’23, Student Correspondent
During Wintersession, Princeton University students extended their learning about racial justice with collaborative readings and discussions.
Thursday, Jan 28, 2021
by Oyin Sangoyomi ’23, Pace Center Student Correspondent
With a focus on community connection and engagement, Month of Service offered the Princeton University community opportunities to support community, build skills, have conversation, and reflect together.
Monday, Jan 11, 2021
by Gwen McNamara, Communications Specialist

The John H. Pace, Jr. ’39 Center for Civic Engagement is pleased to welcome in a new year and a new group of student program leaders. At the start of each calendar year, students selected to join our student boards begin their work throughout the center. Each student board helps set the course for their program and supports a myriad of student-...

Monday, Dec 21, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondent
Month of Service, spanning from January 4 through January 29, 2021, will encapsulate what makes civic engagement so rewarding and continue to draw on the event’s original inspiration from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. through the theme of “A Beloved Community.”
Wednesday, Dec 9, 2020
by Oyin Sangoyomi '23, Student Correspondent
Prior to attending graduate school, Emily Apple grew up in and worked for New York City. It is this background that drove her to policy school to pursue her interest in issues pertaining to anti-racism, particularly anti-black racism.
Monday, Dec 7, 2020
In light of Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber’s recent announcement about spring 2021, we would like to share what we have learned from fall 2020 and what is guiding our planning and preparations for the coming semester.
Saturday, Dec 5, 2020
by Sabrina Fay ’22, Pace Center Student Correspondents
Joseph Shipley '22 is very passionate about voting rights, and so felt very lucky to be able to be a part of Vote100 over the summer and aid in their “Get Out the Vote” campaign

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