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12/15 | Internal Seminar with Holly Caggiano, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment & Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow

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Human Morality in the Digital Age: A Conversation with Molly Crockett

Associate Professor of Psychology Molly Crockett studies how people learn and make decisions in social situations. Their lab's recent work focuses on moral cognition -- how people decide whether…

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School of Architecture Book Launch: Radical Pedagogies

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Princeton Mellon Initiative - Mellon Forum on Race, Power and Environment "Remapping Afro-Carribean Landscapes"

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9/15 | Fung Fellows Internal Seminar

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10.17 Walking Gently, Speaking Peacefully: Qur’anic Ethics

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OURSIP intern - Kylie Cyhn

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4.37 Walking Gently, Speaking Peacefully: Qur’anic Ethics

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Final Public Oral Examination of Lucas Henry

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Psychedelic-assisted therapy and the importance of context, Isla Dora Burrell Weber, UG '22 (3962540)

Psychedelics are now being shown by medical and scientific practices to be helpful as a mental health therapy across many common diagnostic categories, including depression, PTSD, and more.…

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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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Cousins, 600 Million Years Removed: Tracing Similarities in Behavioral Regulation Across Animals, Luke Geiger, UG '23, (3964809)

Many animals participate in social interactions, where information from such encounters dynamically affects gene expression in the brain, which in turn optimizes animal behavior. Isolation from the…

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Public and private transportation in Chinese cities: Impacts of population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment, Xiangwen Fu, G4 (3954227)

The development of urban transportation is affected by population size, city wealth, urban typology, and the built environment and has significant implications for urban sustainability. We analyze…

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Do Assault Weapons Bans Really Save Lives: Moving Beyond Politics, Jacob Alayof, UG '23 (3958044)

I examine the real-world efficacy of an assault weapons ban. This is achieved through a difference-in-differences model that uses the variation of legislation between states as a natural experiment.…

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Developing methods of measuring Mean Radiant Heat Transfer, Alexander Kim, UG '24 (3958734)

Modern temperature control systems heat and cool rooms and buildings via convection (i.e., air conditioning); these methods are inefficient and are responsible for 40% of US greenhouse gas emissions.…

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