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Jul 24, 2017
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Being exposed to and actively remembering violent episodes — even those that happened up to a decade before — hinders short-term memory and cognitive control, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National...

Jul 20, 2017
WWS in the News

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly.

Jul 19, 2017
Feature Stories

The Civil Rights Movement is often looked back upon as a time when social activism sparked real political change. During that time, the United States saw some of its greatest leaders guide the country through turbulent years. Martin Luther King Jr. and President John F.

Jul 19, 2017
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Alexandre Mas, professor of economics and public affairs at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, has been named co-director of the Labor Studies Program at the...

Jul 19, 2017
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How to effectively regulate and oversee the internet has become increasingly complicated for policymakers. Today’s information revolution has contributed to unanticipated policy issues concerning privacy, intellectual property and free speech, among others.

Jul 18, 2017
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Certain occupations may significantly contribute to mobility problems as workers age, worsening income-based disparities in disability, a study co-authored by Princeton University’s Noreen Goldman finds.

Jul 13, 2017
WWS in the News

The following is a compilation of media clips in which WWS faculty members have been mentioned, cited or quoted. This list is updated weekly.

Jul 13, 2017
Feature Stories

President Donald Trump has spent his first months faced with a potential scandal involving Russia, an issue that’s only grown since the election with discussions and investigations about possible obstruction and collusion. In recent weeks, this has dominated national political debates, especially in Congress and the White House.

Jul 13, 2017
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Malte Göttsche, a Princeton University postdoctoral researcher at the Program on Science and Global Security (SGS), was awarded a $1million, five-year fellowship to support the creation of a nuclear archaeology research group.

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