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Friday, Jun 4, 2021

Each year, approximately 50 graduate students take part in the University Administrative Fellowship Program, gaining a better understanding of the administrative units that make up a university. 

Key to the program are the dozens of mentors that partner with GradFUTURES to provide this experiential and mentored opportunity in offices...

Friday, May 21, 2021

At the 2021 GradFUTURES Forum, the inaugural GradFUTURES Clio Awardees were celebrated, as twelve partners and champions for

Friday, Apr 23, 2021
by Denise Valenti, Office of Communications

Princeton University’s Graduate School will host its annual GradFUTURES Forum online from April 26-30, highlighting graduate student professional development and providing mentorship and resources that all master’s students and Ph.D. candidates can use as they explore diverse career...

Wednesday, Mar 17, 2021
by by the Office of Communications

We would like to reiterate the sentiments expressed in the message by Preside

Tuesday, Mar 16, 2021
by Ina Simova

Thirty-three Princeton graduate students co-created and completed the Graduate School’s inaugural Inclusive Leadership Learning Cohort (ILLC) in fall 2020 as part of the University's efforts to address systemic racism.

Friday, Mar 12, 2021
by Wright Señeres, Princeton Entrepreneurship Council

GradFUTURES was one of the co-sponsors of the first Princeton-Techstars bootcamp launched by Princeton Innovation. Thirty-three graduate students and postdocs representing all four academic divisions formed ten teams. In virtual workshops held during Wintersession, graduate students and postdocs...

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Charles (Charlie) Tennyson has been appointed Princeton’s new director of Transportation and Parking Services following a national search to fill the position. He previously served for five years as deputy director of the department.

Forward Fest June 16 will focus on ‘Bringing Themes Together’

The class was one of a few hybrid options for international students who were required to enroll in at least one course with in-person components in spring 2020.