Julia Chaffers, Class of 2022
Students in the News
Kristina Olson's keen scholarship is informing the conversation on gender identity .
A MacArthur Fellow and NSF emerging scientist award winner, Olson "is?one of the world’s leading scholars of how gender identity develops in children, and — more generally — how children think about social groups,” said Ken Norman, chair of Princeton’s psychology department.
University committee seeks feedback on Witherspoon statue proposal .
Princeton’s committee on naming is seeking feedback about a proposal from members of the University community to remove a statue of John Witherspoon that was installed on campus in 2001.
This will not be on the test: A new approach to learning quantum chemistry .
The implications of quantum science are extraordinary, but sometimes intimidating. So “Chemistry 305: The Quantum World" takes a new tack: Teach the nuts and bolts of quantum mechanics until the midterm, then switch from problem sets and quizzes to a seminar-style exploration.?