Alumni in the News
Laugh, cry, click, share: Princeton virtual theater experience aims to disrupt stigma around mental illness .
“The Manic Monologues” captures true stories, performed by professional actors; pre-recorded conversations with Princeton students, experts and activists; and mental health resources.
Cell mapping expert receives HHMI diversity fellowship with eight years of support .
Sofia Quinodoz has been named a 2020 Hanna?Gray Fellow of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, bolstering her study into how the structures within cells contribute to disease.
'See-through soil' could help farmers deal with future droughts .
Princeton researchers used tiny glass beads as a substitute for soil, so they could observe the behavior of hydrogels — tiny plastic blobs that can absorb a thousand times their weight in water — whose success in agriculture has been puzzlingly uneven.
Forward Fest public conversation series continues as part of A Year of Forward Thinking with focus on resilience, exploration .
Forward Fest Feb. 20 will focus on alumni “forward thinkers” in the arenas of exploration and resilience.