Speeches & Writings

Speeches

President Eisgruber addresses a wide range of audiences and issues in the course of a year, and among his most important speeches are the ones he delivers at Princeton University’s Commencement and Opening Exercises in the spring and fall, respectively. His remarks on these occasions explore the basic values that define a Princeton education, as well as the opportunities and challenges confronting students as they enter and leave our University community. A sampling of recent speeches can be found below.

Commencement 2020: Touched by Tragedy

Wednesday, Jun 3, 2020, 3:20 pm

Contested Civility: Free Speech & Inclusivity on Campus

Opening Exercises 2019: “The Wisdom of the Dead and the Energy of the Living”

Corvallis High School Commencement Address, June 7, 2019

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Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) Pages

President Eisgruber writes about a broad range of topics in "The President's Page," which appears in the Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) magazine. University messages in the PAW began in the 1970s, and "The President's Page" sometimes includes guest columns by faculty and other Princeton campus members. A sampling of recent columns can be found below.

Hard Choices in a Pandemic

Wednesday, Apr 22, 2020, 11:32 am

The Charm of Alumni Day

Wednesday, Apr 8, 2020, 11:32 am

A Professor’s Legacy, and Its Lessons for Today

Wednesday, Mar 4, 2020, 11:32 am

The Mpala Research Centre: Celebrating 25 Years with a Powerful Vision for the Future

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Statements

President Eisgruber releases statements on academic, administrative and other issues related to Princeton University. A sampling of recent statements can be found below.

Statement on the School of Public and International Affairs and Wilson College

Message to the Princeton Community Regarding Anti-Racism Initiatives

Statement from President Eisgruber on the Killing of George Floyd and the Importance of Confronting Racism

Message to the Princeton Community

Monday, May 4, 2020, 4:00 pm
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