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Princeton University offers early admission to 767 students for Class of 2019

Princeton University

Princeton University has offered admission to 767 understudies from a pool of 3,850 competitors who connected through single-decision early activity for the Class of 2019. Princeton’s undergrad affirmation office sent notice letters to understudies Dec. 15, and the choices were accessible to candidates by means of secure online get to on that day. Princeton’s liberal budgetary help approach meets the ... Read More »

Mollie Marcoux named Princeton University’s new athletic director

Mollie Marcoux

By Paul Franklin Mollie Marcoux is one of the Tigers’ own, and that has her and Princeton University excited. The 1991 Princeton graduate was named athletic director during a press conference on campus Tuesday afternoon. She will begin her duties Aug. 4. She replaces current AD Gary Walters, who announced last fall he would be retiring after 20 years on the job. ... Read More »

17-year-old is accepted by all 8 Ivy League Universities

Kwasi Enin

He has an academic test score that puts him in the top one per cent of students, competes as a shot putter for his school athletics team and even plays the viola in the orchestra, so it likely came as little surprise to his teachers and family that Kwasi Enin would be accepted by an Ivy League college. What might ... Read More »

Princeton offers admission to 7.28 percent of applicants

Princeton University

Princeton University has offered admission to 1,939 students, or 7.28 percent of the near-record 26,641 applicants for the Class of 2018 in what is expected to be the most selective admission process in the University’s history. This compares with Princeton’s admission rate of a record-low 7.29 percent last year. The class size is expected to be 1,308 students for the ... Read More »

Carleton University welcomes new Canada research chair, renews two current chairs

Carleton University

Carleton’s Merlyna Lim, a faculty member in the School of Journalism and Communication, has been named Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Digital Media and Global Network Society, the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), announced today. Carleton’s Steve Cooke, an associate professor in the Department of Biology, and Winnie Ye, an associate professor in the Department of ... Read More »

Eisgruber outlines strategic planning process for University

Princeton University

Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber announced at the Feb. 10 meeting of the Council of the Princeton University Community (CPUC) that the University has begun a strategic planning process. The process, which started at the January meetings of the Princeton University trustees, will involve many members of the campus community and continue through the 2014-15 academic year. It will ... Read More »

Indian-origin prof named dean of Princeton University school

Sanjeev Kulkarni

An Indian-American has been appointed as the dean of the prestigious Princeton University Graduate School, becoming the latest addition to a long list of Indian-origin academicians assuming leadership roles at renowned global universities. Sanjeev Kulkarni, professor of electrical engineering and director of the Keller Center, has been appointed as the next dean of the Princeton University Graduate School with effect ... Read More »

Top university-bound students promise to return

University Students

With recent reports indicating that Jamaica has the largest contingent of Caribbean nationals studying in the United States, and one of the latest Bill Johnson surveys showing that young, educated Jamaicans are more likely to migrate, it takes little effort to understand why four teenagers would jump at the opportunity to attend some of the best universities abroad. For Ana ... Read More »

David S. Lee named provost of Princeton University

Princeton University

David S. Lee, professor of economics and public affairs and the director of the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University, will become provost effective July 1. Lee’s appointment was announced June 5 by Christopher L. Eisgruber, who has been provost since 2004 and will become the 20th president of the University on July 1. “I am delighted that David Lee ... Read More »

Princeton University offers admission to 7.29 percent of applicants

Princeton University

By Mike Caddell  Princeton University has offered admission to 1,931 students, or 7.29 percent of the near-record 26,498 applicants for the Class of 2017 in what is expected to be the most selective admission process in the University’s history. This compares with Princeton’s admission rate of a record-low 7.86 percent last year. The class size is expected to be 1,290 ... Read More »

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