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10.11.22 The US Government’s Formulation of Middle East Policies: An Insider’s Perspective

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Bradford Seminar: "Model Migration as adaption. Experience with MIDAS framework. Thoughts on capturing things that haven't happened yet"

gent-based modeling – in which system-level outcomes emerge from interactions among individuals and their environment – can provide unique insights in the study of livelihoods…

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Mellon Forum Race, Empire, Environment: "Racial and Spatial Justice in Urban Planning"

This talk explores the ways in which religious beliefs and spiritual practices of urban communities manifest themselves in the built environment, and how these manifestations are contested or managed…

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CITP Seminar: Elie Bou-Zeid - An Equitable Technological Future for Cities

Will artificial intelligence correct or perpetuate historic discriminatory practices in cities? Will urban heat mitigation strategies and new ecosystem amenities be deployed fairly across all…

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9.13.22 Degrade and Destroy How the U.S. Defeated the Islamic State

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9/15 | Fung Fellows Internal Seminar

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OURSIP Intern- Icey Ai

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OURSIP Intern - Lenca Cuturela

Different behavioral strategies in rats during an auditory working memory task Mentors: Dr. Carlos Brody, PNI Jess Breda, Neuroscience

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"Time Passes": The Extinction of Joy Williams' Guidebook to the Keys, Noa Greenspan, UG '23, (3964581)

In 2003, short story writer and novelist Joy Williams published the tenth and final version of her guidebook to the Florida Keys. Snarky, acerbic, and obsessed with environmental disaster, The…

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The Augmented Undercommons and The Path to The Sun: An Exploration of Liberatory Technology and other Revolutionary Tools, Payton Croskey, UG '23 (3963813)

Gunshot-detecting microphones, killer drones and baby fingerprint scanners all exist to convince citizens that they are necessary developments for a safe society. Yet, Black technologists and…

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Equitable Data-Driven Resource Allocation to Fight the Opioid Epidemic: A Mixed-Integer Optimization Approach, Joyce Luo, UG '22 (3959957)

The opioid epidemic is a crisis that has plagued the United States (US) for decades. One of the central issues of the epidemic is inequitable access to treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD), which…

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EGR 219 4.12.2022 Fixed

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2022 NYC Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference | Entrepreneurship and Ethics: Making My Millions or Saving Society

Dr. David Miller, director of Princeton's Faith & Work Initiative and who is teaching at the Keller Center both an undergraduate and required graduate course on ethics this spring, shared an…

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Intro to Machine Learning, Part 1 of 4

Intro to Machine Learning, Part 1 of 4

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TRI Talk : War by Law: The Taliban Courts in Afghanistan

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Referendums in Federal States: Territorial Pluralism, Self-Determination and the Challenge of Direct Democracy

Please join us for the next discussion in our series on Democratic Governance and the Question of Self-Determination with Stephen Tierney, Professor of Constitutional Theory at Edinburgh Law School,…

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