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Friday, Apr 16, 2021
by Max Horder, GS (ANT)
"I’m currently an Associate Policy Researcher at the RAND Corporation and a Professor of Political Geography at Pardee RAND Graduate School. I completed my PhD in history from Princeton in 2018. My doctoral dissertation examined how the expanding early modern French state and its agents iteratively developed a set of standardized imperial urban...
Monday, Mar 29, 2021
by Max Horder, GS (ANT)
"I know that some people don’t like the term “networking” but, really, it’s just about talking to people and finding out what they do. As I found out by connecting with professionals at the World Bank, for example, reaching out beyond academia can also help inform your own research questions."
Monday, Mar 15, 2021
by Max Horder, GS (ANT)
"Landing a job beyond the academy requires a whole skillset and you have to put in the work to get it. But it’s also very fulfilling - so think about it more in terms of two plan A’s! Take it seriously and talk to someone at the Graduate School as a great first step."

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Princeton University researchers have found a way to zero-in on how dangerously hot the Earth’s tropical zones could become under climate change by looking at the atmospheric dynamics that control the region’s heat and humidity, according to a recent paper in Nature Geoscience.

Beginning Thursday, May 6, Princeton University will host a series of COVID-19 vaccination clinics that will be available to everyone 16 or older who lives, works or studies in New Jersey.

Employee obituaries, May 2021