Princeton University

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    As one of the eight elite Ivy League schools in the Northeastern US, Princeton is a research university that offers students degrees across 34 departments and 47 interdisciplinary certificate programs. It boasts more than 8,000 students (5,300 undergraduate and 2,700 graduate students).

    HQPrinceton, NJ, US
    Employee Ratings4.6

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    Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)8,515(+2%)
    Job Openings1
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    Key People/Management at Princeton University

    W. Rochelle Calhoun

    W. Rochelle Calhoun

    Vice President for Campus Life
    Rochelle Makela-Goodman

    Rochelle Makela-Goodman

    Director, Gift Planning
    Kevin J. Heaney

    Kevin J. Heaney

    Vice President for Advancement
    Jane Danek

    Jane Danek

    Deputy Director and Senior Philanthropic Advisor, Gift Planning
    Ksenia Chizhova

    Ksenia Chizhova

    Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies, Director of Undergraduate Studies
    Chad L. Klaus

    Chad L. Klaus

    Vice President, University Services
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    Princeton University Office Locations

    Princeton University has an office in Princeton
    Princeton, NJ, US (HQ)
    201 Nassau Street, 199 Nassau St
    Princeton, NJ, US
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    Princeton University News and Updates

    Princeton University Concerts debuts new digital initiative Sing for Today, taps into election with opera star Joyce DiDonato and Kai Tsurumaki 23

    Through the lens of song and conversation, Princeton University Concerts ’ (PUC) newest digital initiative, “Sing for Today,” debuts online on Friday, more

    We Roar: Princeton University Art Museum tackles accessibility in the COVID era

    He says museums whose buildings remain shuttered are searching for digital alternatives to the “in-person experience of the hand of the artist.” Princeton’s own art museum had a leg up on this, he says, as their upcoming construction project had meant that their staff had already been working on way…

    Princeton University Blogs

    Sunday Worship Service with Rev. Alison L. Boden, Ph.D., Dean of Religious Life and of the Chapel, Princeton University - Virtual Event

    Join us online for worship on Sunday, February 28, 2021. The service will have magnificent music provided by Penna Rose, Director of Chapel Music and Eric Plutz, University Organist and with Isabel Kasdin ’14, soloist The recorded service is available Sunday at 8am here Chapel Service . This service…

    University plans to host outdoor Commencement at Princeton Stadium on May 16

    The Commencement ceremony would be held in compliance with public health and social distancing protocols.

    Research Inside-Out: Shifting the conversation to research-as-process

    When we share our research, either in talks or papers, we typically focus on the “why” of the research: Why did we study this? Why should everyone care about the results? This usually comes at the expense of the “how,” which often gets tucked quietly into the inside of our presentations: How did we …

    After Noon Concert with guest musician Bruce Barber - Virtual Event

    The After Noon Concert Series is now online and can be viewed through this link. The After Noon Concert Series is an opportunity for the Princeton Community to enjoy performances each week by various local, national, and international organists recorded in the magnificent Princeton University Chapel…

    Canceled - Highlight Seminar Series: Jane Flegal, Hewlett Foundation

    The Governance and Politics of Solar Geoengineering Research

    Bouncing Drops and Bubbles

    The physicochemical hydrodynamics of droplets and bubbles out of equilibrium, in particular with phase transitions, display surprisingly 
rich and often counter-intuitive phenomena. In this talk I will present two prototypical examples. First, I will show that a silicone oil drop immersed in a stabl…
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    Princeton University Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Princeton University founded?

      Princeton University was founded in 1746.

    • Who are Princeton University key executives?

      Princeton University's key executives are W. Rochelle Calhoun, Rochelle Makela-Goodman and Kevin J. Heaney.

    • How many employees does Princeton University have?

      Princeton University has 8,515 employees.

    • Who are Princeton University competitors?

      Competitors of Princeton University include University of Rochester, Harvard University and University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

    • Where is Princeton University headquarters?

      Princeton University headquarters is located at 201 Nassau Street, 199 Nassau St, Princeton.

    • Where are Princeton University offices?

      Princeton University has an office in Princeton.

    • How many offices does Princeton University have?

      Princeton University has 2 offices.