Like all of you, I am horrified by the lawless violence in the United States Capitol today. I am saddened and concerned for our country, and I am embarrassed by how America today appeared to the world.
President's Blog: The Constitution’s Promise
President's Blog: With Gratitude
As we ring out 2020 and celebrate the arrival of 2021, I send thanks and best wishes to the entire Princeton community.
This has been a year unlike any other, filled with unprecedented difficulties. To all of you who have lost loved ones, or experienced personal hardships, I extend my sympathy and warm thoughts.
President’s Blog: Celebrating Dean Cecilia Rouse’s Nomination to Chair Biden’s Council of Economic Advisers
Princeton today celebrates President-elect Joe Biden’s announcement that he will nominate Cecilia Rouse, Dean of the School of Public and International Affairs, to Chair the Council of Economic Advisers. I cannot imagine a better choice for the role. Ceci Rouse is a distinguished economist and an outstanding dean for the School.
Message from President Eisgruber on Spring 2021
Our Highest Aspirations
President’s Blog: Remaining Vigilant During the Pandemic
A friend practices medicine in the Princeton area. He talked with me recently about what it’s like to be a doctor in the COVID era. He described the precautions he takes when seeing patients, including wearing a face shield over multiple masks throughout his work day. He spoke about colleagues who suffered from the disease after contracting...
President's Blog: Make Your Voice Heard
Over the last few months, I have often wished that I had an informal, easy way to communicate with the Princeton community. I hope that this blog will meet that need. Posts will typically be brief, topical, and unbound by any publication schedule: I’ll rely on the University’s social media channels to let you know when I’ve posted something...
Mid-semester update on spring 2021
As we move into the second half of this unusual and difficult fall semester, I write to update you about our response to the COVID pandemic and the factors relevant to our planning for the spring semester.