Julia Chaffers, Class of 2022
Students in the News
Scientists discover exotic quantum state at room temperature .
Researchers at Princeton found that a material known as a topological insulator, made from the elements bismuth and bromine, exhibit specialized quantum behaviors normally seen only under extreme experimental conditions of high pressures and temperatures near absolute zero. The finding opens up a new range of possibilities for the development of efficient quantum technologies, such as spin-based, high-energy-efficiency electronics.
LENS will make summer service internships possible for all Princeton undergraduates .
The new Learning and Education through Service initiative will provide funding to allow all undergraduates to spend a summer focused on service and social impact work that engages with communities beyond campus.
'What can I do?' How to put your values into action .
Find clarity and purpose when current events stir your emotions with these 6 tips from Princeton’s Pace Center and campus experts.
Princeton dissociates from segments of fossil fuel industry .
The Board of Trustees of Princeton University voted earlier this month to dissociate from 90 companies pursuant to a fossil fuel dissociation decision made last year.