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Welcome, New Faculty!

Eight new full-time faculty members joined SPIA for the 2022-23 academic year.
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Students from Pueblo and Navajo Nations Visit Princeton

The Santa Fe Indian School Leadership Institute’s Summer Policy Academy returned to Princeton in June. The weeklong program exposes high school students and recent graduates from Pueblo and Navajo nations to the power of public policy and law.

At SPIA, We Care

Our Community

We are committed to ensuring that all members of our diverse community feel respected, supported, and valued both inside and outside the classroom. We seek to strengthen the capacity of our students to promote equity and foster inclusion while here and in the broader world.

At SPIA, We Lead

Our experts are tackling today's most-pressing challenges. Below are some of our research priorities.
Environment, Energy
Climate Change

Today’s environmental challenges require global policies that adapt to uncertain conditions — and our experts are pioneers in the field.

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Race & Gender

Women and people of color have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19. Our researchers are paving a way toward change.

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Migration & Refugees

From Afghanistan to Somalia, conflict and climate are pushing people out of their homes. Our faculty are working to examine the consequences.

Research Spotlight

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Prosperity in Africa

Africa is poised to become a global power, making it the focus of global development finance. A new partnership between Leonard Wantchekon of Princeton University and the African Union Development Agency will explore how Africa can use this trend to its advantage — and build equitable outcomes for citizens.

At SPIA, We Learn

 
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Events

Our public affairs programming will resume in the fall of 2022. Please check back in late August for more information.

At SPIA, We Serve

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In Service to the Nation and Humanity

Our unofficial motto captures the essence of the School and is embodied not only in our curriculum — designed to prepare students to pursue careers in public service — but also in the activities our students pursue outside of the classroom.

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