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The Program in Environmental Studies (ENV) offers a vibrant, multidisciplinary forum for engaging the scientific, political, humanistic, and technological dimensions of the greatest environmental challenges facing the world today. The Program in Environmental Studies (ENV) educates a generation of Princeton students as leaders to address critical environmental challenges that they will face throughout their careers and in life.
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Addressing the ever-increasing worldwide demand for energy, while minimizing impact on the environment, is key to creating a sustainable future. The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (ACEE) brings together researchers and educators in the interdisciplinary fields of engineering, architecture, the social and natural sciences, and public policy to address this fundamental challenge of the 21st century. Six interacting research areas form the heart of the Andlinger Center's focus.
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The Council of the Humanities was established in 1953 to foster teaching and research in the humanities; to encourage collaboration among departments, both within the humanities and across the University; to advance interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship; and to forge enduring links between the humanities at Princeton and the wider culture.
In all its endeavors, the council aims to nurture the humanities locally and globally, engage diverse perspectives past and present, and enrich public dialogue with humanistic approaches.
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The Program in Quantitative and Computational Biology is offered by the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics and its affiliated departments. It is designed for students with a strong interest in big data and other quantitative approaches to biology. The curriculum introduces students to experimental techniques for acquisition of large-scale quantitative observations of biological systems, and the interpretation of such data in the context of appropriate models.
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The Council on Science and Technology (CST) provides opportunities for every Princeton student, regardless of their concentration, to understand, experience, and appreciate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). To accomplish this, the CST develops vibrant, interdisciplinary partnerships with colleagues from engineering, mathematics, natural sciences, the arts, humanities, and social sciences that explore and promote understanding of the interrelationship between STEM, culture, and society. From innovative courses to original and
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The Program in Archaeology is designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary foundation in archaeology—the study of the material remains of the past—and to equip students to use archaeological evidence in other fields of inquiry. The program offers courses that cover many cultures and periods, including Egypt, the Near East, Greece, Rome, and the Americas. It encourages a deep integration of the humanities and the sciences, and promotes the awareness of issues of cultural heritage.
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Founded in 1994, the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) is the interdisciplinary center of environmental research, education, and outreach at Princeton University. PEI's mission is to advance knowledge and to develop the next generation of leadership by providing outstanding academic programs and opportunities for advanced scholarship and cutting edge research with an environmental focus.
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The Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) promotes research, learning and dialogue on issues of global importance, and sponsors a variety of programs and activities aimed at advancing knowledge of world regions and global issues.
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Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way is defined as follows: you are an entrepreneur anytime you pursue societal impact through broadly-sustainable value creation.
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The Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics was established with a mandate to develop novel approaches to the study of biology in a post-genome-sequence era. The institute comprises a multidisciplinary group of scientists and students working at the interface of biology and the more quantitative sciences and computation.
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