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SSII Intern: Vitus Larrieu '26

Follow Vitus Larrieu along on his day in his summer internship with Pensacola MESS Hall. Vitus has been able to serve his community and learn more about the world of education and…

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CBE Majors | Kaleb Areda

CBE senior Kaleb Areda '24 shares his love of chemistry and math and his vision of bringing a manufacturing industry to his home country Ethiopia.

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CBE Majors | Camila Martinez

CBE senior Camila Martinez '24 discusses how the broad intellectual scope of chemical engineering allows her to tackle hard problems in clean energy and beyond.

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JPP21September2023_ESonnendrucker

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Global Existential Challenges The Art of Domination and Resistance

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Digital Resources Bridging the Gap Between Linguistic Theory and Pedagogical Practice

We present three digital resources for language pedagogy built on empirical research, all of which are freely and publicly available. The goal is to make the results of current research accessible to…

From  PC Princeton Center for Language Study 0 likes 9 plays

The Use of Quantitative Data in DEI+ Work in Astrophysics, Kate Macakanja, UG '23 and Savannah Pobre, UG '23

Astrophysics and Planetary Science have never been fields in which all people are equally welcomed. In recent years, and prompted by recent events, more and more scientists have been trying to…

From  Research Princeton Research Day 1 likes 66 plays

Ising Model on Locally Tree-like Graphs: Uniqueness of Solutions to Cavity Equations, Qian Yu, Post Doc (3000000)

In the study of Ising models on large locally tree-like graphs, in both rigorous and non-rigorous methods one is often led to understanding the so-called belief propagation distributional recursions…

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Collective Trauma, Identity, and Healing: An Ethnography of Neo-Hasidic Jews in English-Speaking Jerusalem, Naomi Shifrin, UG '22 (3968076)

Collective trauma emerged as a focus of scholarly inquiry with the First World War. Today, sociologists understand that collective trauma can give rise to the construction of meaning and identity…

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Visualizing Russian: Teaching Vocabulary at the Intersection of Frequency, Grammar, and Communication

Visualizing Russian is a suite of tools benefiting language learners, teachers, and researchers and enabling each user-group to access the complex system of the Russian language through visualization…

From  PC Princeton Center for Language Study 0 likes 26 plays

Mellon Forum on the Urban Environment: "Architecture, Customs and Return in Lagos"

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Unknowing and the Everything: Mystical Thoughts in Contemporary Iran

From  Becky Parnian 1 likes 216 plays

SOS_18Jan2020_RBenjamin

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5.12 Short Term Disability

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Panel 4: Engaging the Present II

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PPP Video_Bo Peard

Princeton Perspective Project (PPP) Video Testimonial by Bo Peard '15

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