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Reunions 2022

Come back to campus, catch up with old friends, and enjoy everything Princeton Reunions has to offer.
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Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May is National Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. It's our priority to ensure those of Asian American and Pacific Islander descent — and all our diverse communities at SPIA — feel welcome, supported, and celebrated.
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Voices on Ukraine

Our community is reacting to Russia's invasion in Ukraine, providing context for this challenging and uncertain moment.
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SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab

The SPIA Afghanistan Policy Lab aims to help build an inclusive, peaceful, and prosperous Afghanistan that represents all its citizens equally.

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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Data-Science Research

A new fellowship program is preparing recent college graduates from underrepresented backgrounds to conduct data-driven research. The inaugural fellows were announced by Princeton’s Empirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC) with support from SPIA.

At SPIA, We Learn

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Leadership Through Mentorship

At SPIA, our students regularly engage with high-level policy leaders and practitioners.

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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