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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,…

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EE Open House - Trimmed for Princeton Preview

An introduction to Princeton's Department of Electrical Engineering. Hosts: Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies James Sturm; Undergraduate Administrator Jean Bausmith; Joe Zhang,…

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HIS 407 - Commons, Enclosures and Colonization in the Early Modern Atlantic

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HIS 375 - US Intellectual History: Development of American Thought

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HIS 350 - History of International Order

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WWS Hosting Weekend for Prospective Students - Alumni Panel

WWS Hosting Weekend for Prospective Students - Alumni Panel Princeton University April 09, 2017

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HIS 372 Revolutionary America

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HIS 324 Early Modern China

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HIS 372 Revolutionary America

This is a course for students interested in understanding the causes, consequences, and meaning of American independence. For a class treating a relatively short period of time…

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Why Classics?

Classics alumni tell us why they chose to study The Classics, during interviews with department representative Brooke Holmes.

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Why History?

Why choose history as your concentration.

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