The Princeton Histories Fund is designed to support the exploration of “aspects of Princeton’s history that have been forgotten, overlooked, subordinated, or suppressed.” The goal of this initiative is to encourage a deeper and more nuanced engagement with our institutional history and to explore the legacies of that history at Princeton and beyond. We hope that new knowledge and heightened awareness will inform our curriculum, programming, research interests, and campus climate.
In February 2016, Princeton University issued a strategic planning framework that identifies key goals and major priorities for the University that will serve as a guide for allocating University resources and prioritizing new initiatives. The framework is a major milestone in a strategic planning process that has been organized around a set of key questions about challenges and opportunities facing the University.
For more information, visit Planning for Princeton's Future
Approval of Projects and Programs Involving Development Office Fundraising
Advisory Councils play an important role in assessing the mission and effectiveness of academic departments, and in advocating on behalf of those departments. Advisory Councils can provide excellent opportunities to engage alumni and other interested prospective donors in the work of academic departments, many of whom bring professional or a vocational expertise.
The Special Task Force submitted its recommendations in May to President Eisgruber, who has issued his response. The University has funded and begun implementing the task force's recommendations.
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Princeton University has nearly 400 classrooms — a significant number. The Classroom Design Committee convened for the express purpose of examining the effectiveness of the design of these classrooms for teaching needs in both traditional and emerging modalities of learning on campus.