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Institutional Neutrality and the Mission of the University, Panel 1: Importance of the Kalven Report

On November 11, 2022, the James Madison Program hosted a conference titled, "Institutional Neutrality and the Mission of the University." This conference was part of the Initiative on…

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Bradford Seminar: "Taking Science to the Streets"

Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, assistant professor of environmental and health sciences at Spelman College, will present “Taking Science to the Streets: Participatory Research Approaches to…

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Meet Kimberly de los Santos

Kimberly de los Santos is the John C. Bogle '51 and Burton G. Malkiel *64 Executive Director of the Pace Center.

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2023 HR Benefits

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The Spirit of '76: Slavery, Empire and the Anthropocene in Octavia E. Butler's KINDRED

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Welcome to Community Action: 2022

Sara Gruppo, Community Action Program Director, and Alex Tubridy, Community Action Program Coordinator welcome the Great Class of 2026 to the Community Action (CA) small group experience with…

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The Fight for Free Speech at Princeton and Beyond

The freedom of academics and students to think and speak freely, on and off campus, has empowered the pursuit of truth and human flourishing. This freedom is currently being challenged on campuses…

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Characterizing the Effect of Quorum Sensing on Aggregation and Virulence in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bob Schofner, UG '22 (3955327)

Quorum sensing (QS) is a cell-to-cell communication process performed by bacteria, including human pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, to coordinate the expression of virulence genes through the…

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Understanding Free Speech on Campus: The Ten Critical Judgments the Supreme Court Has Made About the Meaning of the First Amendment

Geoffrey R. Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Chicago To understand the core principles of free speech on campus, it is helpful to understanding the evolution of…

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Understanding Free Speech on Campus

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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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Shuwen Deng 03.21.2022 Job Talk P.2

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The Black Church: Current Challenges and Enduring Hope

Historically, the Black Church has played a vital role in the black community, spiritually, socially, and politically. In the current period the Black Church, like the church as a whole, is…

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CITP Seminar Michael Madaio - Towards Human-Centered Design of Responsible AI

Despite widespread awareness that AI systems may cause harm to marginalized groups—and in spite of a growing number of principles, toolkits, and other resources for fairness and ethics in…

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PUEA 2021 Conference Day 2: Keynote 3 - Dimitri Kusnezov

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Reflections on the UAF Experience with Faiza Masood

Faiza Masood, University Administrative Fellow in the Research Services department and Ph.D. candidate in the Religion department for the wrap-up presentation of her fellowship. She will speak about…

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