Princeton Research Day celebrates the research and creative endeavors of the campus-wide community. Now in its seventh consecutive year, the event highlights work from across all disciplines, including the natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, the arts and humanities.
Eligible presenters include undergraduates, graduate students, postdocs and other early-career researchers.
In 2022, PRD will be held online and in person. Presenters will create three-minute video presentations describing their research, performances, artistic work and other creative expressions. In addition, presenters may elect to discuss their video presentation during an in-person networking session. The program will culminate in #PRD Mainstage, a showcase of the top videos as determined by a panel of judges coupled with awards for outstanding contributions.
#PRD Mainstage will be held May 5, 2022. Attendees are welcome to join the networking session to learn about the presenters’ research and/or join the #PRD Mainstage event where top presentations will be recognized. The presenters’ videos will also be available for all to view on the PRD website in late April.
Princeton Research Day is a collaborative initiative between the offices of the Dean of the College, the Dean of the Graduate School, the Dean for Research and the Vice President for Campus Life, with support from the Dean of the Faculty and Office of the Provost.
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