Sailing the Water’s Edge

Feeding a Hungrier Planet

The Importance of Public Service

ISIS Attacks in Paris

Princeton-Fung Global Forum Investigates Modern Plagues

Ebola: An Anthropological View

Our Students
Participants seated and standing discussing strategy.
A group of Woodrow Wilson School students took part in a crisis simulation concerning the Asia-Pacific region.


“The crisis simulation is a fantastic way to build personal bonds among students who will one day represent their countries on the world stage.” - Travis Sharp, Ph.D. Candidate

The Policy Debate
U.S. Capitol Building
In a recent study, scientists distill years of psychological research to identify five key lessons that policymakers can use to engage the general public on the issue of climate change and promote public support for climate policies. President Barack Obama recently signed an executive order encouraging the federal government to use insights from behavioral science to better serve the American people. This study identifies five behavioral insights and provides several important policy recommendations.