News & Events


The Tallest Tree on Campus

One hundred million years ago there was a tree. It grew fast and tall and flourished in many places, including North America. Then 20 million years ago it vanished—globally extinct—save for the fossil record it left behind. Or so we humans thought. 

18 Undergraduates Funded for Summer Research

The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment has awarded 18 undergraduates research funds to support research on energy- and environment-related projects.

Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars (PECS)

Princeton Energy and Climate Scholars (PECS) is a two-year faculty-guided and student-governed fellowship program allows Princeton graduate students from the humanities, natural and social sciences…

Princeton’s Mellon Fellows are bringing fresh perspectives to research and teaching in architecture, urbanism and the humanities

As the world’s cities grapple with compounding issues of climate change, sustainability, systemic racism, the refugee crisis and more, the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism and the Humanities is supporting research, scholarship and teaching focused on real-world…

SusComm Coffeehouse Recap

On Saturday, 4/2/22, the USG Sustainability Committee (SusComm) hosted a Coffeehouse in the Eco-Lounge (Frist 118). The event celebrated student artwork, poetry, and a dance performance by Sympoh Urban Arts Crew Dance Performance championing L.O.V.E. (being lucid, open, virtuous, and equitable) and sustainability.



Princeton Sustainability Committee Meeting
Feb 20, 2024, 12:00 pm
Carl Fields Center