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Friday, May 8, 2020
by GradFUTURES Team

With unprecedented changes to nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, now more than ever, the graduate community is at the forefront of leading innovation that will shape the future. 

Saturday, Oct 19, 2019

This summer, the Graduate School embarked on a strategic planning process involving meetings with students and various University stakeholders to assess current professional development programs and resources across campus and to glean ideas that will make professional development an integral part...

Thursday, Feb 28, 2019
by Denise Valenti, Office of Communications
Graduate students explore the ethics of artificial intelligence
Tuesday, Apr 14, 2020

Building Online Archives in African American History—Together
By Camey VanSant, CDH Postgraduate Research Associate
 

Friday, Mar 20, 2020

Reasonably so, COVID-19 has caused many to live in a state of stress and anxiety. We know that stress negatively impacts physical health and well-being and limits the ability to function effectively, both professionally and personally. We would encourage folks to review these popular webinars and readings:

Friday, Mar 20, 2020
Advice for Faculty Members in a Turbulent Time
Monday, Mar 9, 2020
by ANNETTE ZIMMERMANN, ELENA DI ROSA, HOCHAN KIM

Never mind the far-off specter of doomsday; AI is already here, working behind the scenes of many of our social systems.

Wednesday, Feb 26, 2020
by Yuzhou Bai
  What is the potential of a PhD? How do Princeton PhDs thrive in various industries and sectors?

Built on success in the past five years, this year's "Leading with a PhD” conference, themed “The Change Makers,” invited graduate students to think with graduate alumni on how a PhD brings out their potential as future change-makers.

Friday, Feb 21, 2020
by Denise Valenti

Zoë Rose Buonaiuto realized she wanted to pursue a career outside of academia when she began archival research for her doctoral dissertation at Princeton. Although she was interested in her project and the study of history, in general, she couldn’t imagine spending so much time alone amid the stacks.

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