Spotlights

The Spotlight articles showcase events and activities related to the diverse programs and offices within the Office of the Dean of the College.

 

Princeton senior Joseph Scherrer. Photo courtesy of Scherrer.

Princeton University senior and physics major Joseph Scherrer is one of 12 college seniors and first-year graduate stu

Princeton juniors Briana Payton and Daniel Teehan. Photos courtesy of Payton and Teehan.

Princeton University juniors Briana Payton and Daniel Teehan have been awarded 2016 Truman Scholarships, which provide up to $30,000 toward graduate school and the opportunity to participate in pro

Lisa Gong. Photo courtesy of Noel Valero.

As Princeton University senior Lisa Gong completed her internship at the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program in the summer of 2015, she said goodbye to a patient she had come to know named

Title screen of the film "Paris, Ni Hao." Image courtesy of Sharon Deng.

The film "Paris, Ni Hao" follows eight first- and second-generation Chinese immigrants in Paris to provide an intimate look at immigration and the mixed emotions surrounding it.

Empanadas Chilenas. Photo by Alexandria Gumbs '18.

Princeton University students are showcasing their many opportunities to experience life abroad through

Professor Track K. Smith, director of the Program in Creative Writing. Image courtesy of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.

On February 16, Dean of the College Jill Dolan moderated a conversation among faculty and students who seek to advance campus conversations about gender, race, class and ethnic identity and the exp

Raven DeRemus '16, a student teacher in the Program in Teacher Preparation. Image by Danielle Alio, Office of Communications.

On the Princeton University campus, Raven DeRamus is a senior English major.

Princeton senior Lorenzo Laing and his thesis advisor, Carol Stack. Image courtesy of Danielle Alio, Office of Communications.

Princeton University senior Lorenzo Laing likes hip-hop music for a number of reasons: It provides an enjoyable listening experience and a good beat for dancing, and its lyrical content often refle

An example of artistic bridge design from the course. Image courtesy of the McGraw Center.

Launched on January 29, 2016, Professor Maria Garlock's "The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges" is the first in a series of three online course projects that she will offer which have been fun

Announcement for the Faculty Forum on Service and Civic Engagement.

All members of the faculty are invited to join Dean of the College Jill Dolan for a conversation with several faculty who will share how and why they incorporate service and civic engagement into u

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