University guidance for students, faculty and staff is available on the Fall Term 2020 website.
Graduate students Charlie Hankin and Alejandro Martínez have been awarded a grant to participate in the Rapid Response Humanities Summer 2020 Projects of the Princeton University Humanities Council.
Jimin Kang’s ’21 personal essay sheds light on how the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has affected her life as an international student.
Read the full article on the HuffPost website.
Adriana Merino, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Lecturer, is one of the 2020 awardees of the Rapid Response David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Mini-Grants for innovation. The grant will support Adriana’s applied research on second language (L2) pedagogies and instructional and intercultural pragmatics.
For his senior thesis, Peter Schmidt ’20 wrote a novel titled A Mountain There which gives a voice to Bolivia’s Cerro Rico or “rich mountain” known for being the largest silver mine and its nearly 500 years of violent history.
Princeton Alumni Weekly featured Carlos Fonseca *15 and his novel titled Natural History.
Erik Maritz ’17 has been selected to be an Assistant Language Teacher for the JET Program.
Cecilia Hsu ’20 was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Galicia, Spain.
Hsu was drawn to Galicia following a tour that she took with the Princeton Glee Club two years ago.
SPO concentrators Hadley Wilhoite ’20 and Alice Wistar ’20 were elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa.
Matthew Oakland ’20 has been given the Frederick Douglass Service Award and Olivia Ott '20 received the Harold Willis Dodds Achievement Prize.
These awards are two of the University’s highest awards for graduating students.