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Jul 7, 2017

Eleven new faculty members will be joining Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs this year, and three existing Wilson School faculty members have received promotions.

Jul 6, 2017

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 5, 2017
Zachary Beecher is a captain on the 2nd Brigade Combat Team’s staff working for the brigade commander in developing the analysis for the ongoing advise-and-assist mission in Iraq. For the first six months of his deployment, Beecher served as the logistics advise-and-assist coordinator for 2nd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division.
Jul 3, 2017

A book penned by Professor Rory Truex, assistant professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University, received the 2017 Leon Epstein Outstanding Book Award from the...

Jun 29, 2017

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

Jun 29, 2017

Kwame Anthony Appiah, a professor emeritus of philosophy at Princeton University, and Daniel Kahneman, a professor emeritus of psychology and a Nobel laureate in economics, have been named "Great Immigrants" by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Jun 29, 2017

This week marks the one-year anniversary of Politics & Polls! In this episode, Professors Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang reflect on everything that’s transpired over the past year from the presidential campaign to President Donald Trump’s election.

Jun 29, 2017

On June 21, the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) hosted an event featuring guest speakers and a public discussion of a study led by the Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC), based at Princeton University.

Jun 29, 2017

Unmitigated climate change will make the United States poorer and more unequal, according to a study published June 29 in the journal Science. The poorest third of counties could sustain economic damage costing as much as 20 percent of their income if warming proceeds unabated.

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