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Colloquium | "The Virtual Materiality of Texts: Book History during a Pandemic" | Welcome & Panel I

Welcome Nigel Smith (Princeton University) Panel 1 | "Learning and Teaching through the Screen"Moderator: Jin-Woo Choi (Princeton University) Leah Price (Rutgers University) |…

From  Department of History Department on December 1st, 2020 0 likes 0 plays

Webinar: Good Passwords Ain't No Joke

(InfoSec 101) Passwords really do serve as the first line of defense against unauthorized access to your devices and personal information. Long, strong, and unique passwords can go a long way in…

From  Stefanie Clerkin on November 23rd, 2020 0 likes 1 plays

The Future of Collaboration and Inclusive Innovation: Microsoft + Princeton

During Engage 2020, Princeton University's innovation and entrepreneurship conference, Microsoft President Brad Smith '81 frames a session about the collaborative relationship of Princeton…

From  Tracy Meyer on November 16th, 2020 0 likes 22 plays

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Uncoupling proteins as a physiological defense mechanism in Drosophila

From  EEB EEB Media on October 13th, 2020 0 likes 7 plays

Kwame Anthony Appiah and The Lies That Bind

Kwame Anthony Appiah, philosopher, cultural theorist, and novelist, will discuss his recent book, "The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity," a Washington Post Notable Book of the Year, and…

From  PU Princeton University Library on October 12th, 2020 0 likes 42 plays

Living or Imperial? The Mutating Presidency Under a Living Constitution

Liberal scholars and politicians routinely denounce the imperial presidency—a self-aggrandizing executive that has progressively sidelined Congress. Yet the same people invariably extol the…

From  Ch'nel Duke on October 8th, 2020 0 likes 65 plays

Living or Imperial? The Mutating Presidency Under a Living Constitution

Liberal scholars and politicians routinely denounce the imperial presidency—a self-aggrandizing executive that has progressively sidelined Congress. Yet the same people invariably extol the…

From  Ch'nel Duke on October 7th, 2020 0 likes 8 plays

The Books and Prints of Anaïs Nin and her Gemor Press

Recently, the Library acquired most of the rare, letterpress editions printed by Anaïs Nin (French-Cuban, 1903-1977). Best known for her diaries, Nin also wrote fiction with themes of history,…

From  PU Princeton University Library on October 2nd, 2020 0 likes 7 plays

McGraw Workshop: September 14: "Why do I keep putting things off?": Overcoming Procrastination

Is procrastination an obstacle to maintaining balance and achieving academic success? If so, you are not alone. Up to 80% of college students report that procrastination has been a significant issue.…

From  Nic Voge on September 22nd, 2020 0 likes 12 plays

Donna Zuckerberg Interview

From  Classics Classics SCAD on September 11th, 2020 0 likes 42 plays

McGraw Workshop September 7, 2020: Learning from Virtual Teaching: Strategies for Making the Most of Instruction

Learning from instruction virtually through a screen poses challenges for our attention and engagement. Doing assignments and studying remotely can be harder without the structure of a normal campus,…

From  Nic Voge on September 11th, 2020 0 likes 8 plays

Princeton Public Lecture: Through the Past Darkly

David Autor Ford Professor, MIT Department of Economics in Conversation with Anne Case Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Emeritus

From  Broadcast Broadcast Center Staff on September 10th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays