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 seniors Ella Cheng and Tyler Rudolph. Photos courtesy of Ella Cheng and Tyler Rudolph.

Princeton seniors Ella Cheng and Tyler Rudolph and alumni Lucas Briger, Anastasya Lloyd-Damnjanovic and Yung Yung (Rosy) Yang have been named inaugural 

A student breakout group in the freshman seminar "The Smart Band-Aid." Photo by C. Todd Reichart, Department of Chemistry.

Seated around a long rectangular table on a recent fall afternoon, 15 Princeton freshmen intently watched a video presentation on the topic of regenerative medicine.

Detail of the painting "The Four Evangelists," by Abraham Bloemaert. Photo by Stacey Huang.

Stacey Huang '16, a correspondent with the Office of Undergraduate Research, attended the recent Social Media

Kosuke Imai's Visualizing Data class. Image courtesy of the McGraw center for Teaching and Learning.

The 250th Anniversary Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education (the Innovation Fund) is the University's principal resource for supporting innovation in the undergraduate curriculum.

Rhodes Scholars Richard Lu, Cameron Platt, and Evan Soltas. Photos courtesy of Richard Lu, Cameron Platt, and Evan Soltas.

Princeton University alumna Katherine Clifton, a member of the Class of 2015, and seniors Richard Lu, Cameron Platt, and Evan Soltas have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships for graduate study at the

Elaine Pagels and students in a freshman seminar. Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications.

What might American filmmaker Martin Scorsese, Russian-French painter Marc Chagall and English poet John Donne have in common? Plenty, if you are examining the life of Jesus.

Zeena Mubarak, Class of 2017. Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications.

One question many prospective students may ask as they begin the college search process is, "Will I fit in here?" The publication 

Princeton Financial Aid program allows most students to graduate debt-free.

Princeton University's financial aid policy is recognized as among the most generous in the country.

Undergrads and grad students connect at a ReMatch Meet and Greet event.

ReMatch is a research-mentoring program designed to connect undergraduate students and grad

Undergraduates honored at the 2015 Opening Exercises. Photo by Denise Applewhite, Office of Communications.

Princeton University celebrated the accomplishments of its students with the awarding of four undergraduate prizes at Opening Exercises on Sunday, Sept. 13.

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