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).

    TypePrivate
    Founded1746
    HQPrinceton, US
    Websiteprinceton.edu
    Employee Ratings4.5

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)8,306
    Job Openings230
    Cybersecurity ratingDMore

    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, US (HQ)
    201 Nassau Street, 199 Nassau St
    Princeton, US
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    Princeton University Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1746

    Princeton University Cybersecurity Score

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    68/100

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    Princeton University Online and Social Media Presence

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    Princeton University News and Updates

    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

    Tighter border policies leave migrants vulnerable to effects of climate change

    New research suggests that restrictive border policies could increase many people’s vulnerability to extreme climate conditions and weaken economic prosperity by limiting their ability to emigrate from countries where conditions such as drought, heat waves and rising seas are worsening due to climat…

    Invention sparked by COVID-19 pandemic safely disinfects surfaces continuously

    An invention to apply cold plasma to frequently touched items for continuous disinfection could provide a safe and effective, non-chemical way to reduce pathogens on various surfaces such as keypads, escalator handrails and other high-touch surfaces.

    How exactly do we spread droplets as we talk? Engineers found out.

    For the first time, researchers have directly visualized how speaking produces and expels droplets of saliva into the air.

    The Association of Black Princeton Alumni Presents “Countdown to Election 2020”

    The Association of Black Princeton Alumni Presents “Countdown to Election 2020” to bring together leading alumni, academics and activist voices as Election Day draws near. Register here for the Zoom event. Attendees can submit questions for the panelists. Keynotes by: Cory Booker United States Sena…

    Tiger Ballot Day

    Due to the implications of the pandemic, it’s expected that more ballots will be cast via mail than any previous United States federal election. While National Vote by Mail Day is planned for October 24, Vote100 student leaders moved Tiger Ballot Day earlier in the calendar to reduce demands on the …

    Michael Cook receives Middle East Medievalists Lifetime Achievement Award

    Michael Cook, the Class of 1943 University Professor of Near Eastern Studies, has been awarded the 2020 Middle East Medievalists Lifetime Achievement Award.
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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 8,306 employees.

    • Who are Princeton University competitors?

      Competitors of Princeton University include University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University of California and Johns Hopkins University.

    • 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.