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Laboratory Learning Program orientation video

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Doug Massey Retirement: "Colleague and Citizen"

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Dream Garden: Exploring Location-Based, Collaboratively-Created Augmented Reality Spaces, Elizabeth Petrov, UG '23 (2985738)

We introduce Dream Garden, an augmented reality application (AR) that lets people place 3D flowers into the physical world to build a collaborative location-based garden. Despite the potential for…

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Princeton Campus Composting, Ezekiel Akinsanya, UG '26, Julia Dumais, UG '26, and and Giselle Schrier, UG '26 (3993749)

Methane gas produced by decomposing organic matter in landfills is responsible for about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Imagine if we could eliminate ⅕ of these emissions while creating…

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Reimagining Baseball Analytics using ChatGPT, Senne Michielssen, UG '25 (2771011)

Spray charts are a data visualization used in baseball to describe which area of the field hitters have historically hit the ball to. Hitters have unique hitting tendencies for various reasons (e.g.,…

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Meta, Moamen Elmassry, PD (2266360)

Trillions of bacteria live in our intestines. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiota. The gut microbiota is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut…

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Good and Evil in the American Founding with Stephen Sachs

On April 12, 2023, Princeton University's James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted Stephen Sachs, Antonin Scalia Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, for the Annual…

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Should we fear AI? Rolando Masis-Obando, GS (2276888)

An idea that we unfortunately inject ourselves with is “technological determinism” (Paul Adler; L.M. Sacasas) — in a nutshell, what it means is that technology evolves naturally…

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PIIRS: Can The World Be Governed?

The institutional and also the moral foundations of the international order are under severe strain. Peace is broken or threatened across the world, humanitarian catastrophes are mounting. Never in…

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06April2023_EnhancingAwarenessAroundAccessibility

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Sites of Memory:A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive "A Conversation between Evie Shockley and Alison Saar"

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Humanistic Design Speaker Series: "Beyond the Cyborg Imaginary: Neuroprosthetic Limbs and Embodied Science-in-the-Making"_Alexandra_Middleton_Lecture_1

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Moving The Needle Toward Indigenous Climate Justice - Public Lecture Series (3.22.2023)

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Focus on Ukraine Seminar Series: Is Ukraine Still Post-Soviet?

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2023 Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellow - Jason Molesky

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"Tlingit Art, Spirit and Ancestry: Healing Histories of Dispossession"

In the late nineteenth century, Presbyterian missionaries brought hundreds of Tlingit belongings from southeastern Alaska to the Princeton Theological Seminary. Moving from the Department of…

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