Frist Campus Center · Presented by: Princeton University
Are you interested in applying to present at Princeton Research Day? Do you have questions about the application process? This workshop, led by the Princeton Research Day team, will talk you through the application, workshopping the necessary elements for you to pitch your project effectively to a general audience. For Princeton students only.
Presented by: Princeton University
Undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and other nonfaculty researchers are encouraged to apply to present their research or creative work in the arts. Share with the campus community the findings from your research internship, your junior paper, senior thesis, dissertation, postdoctoral research or other work.
Richardson Auditorium · Presented by: DoroBucci Dance
DoroBucci's pinnacle event for the school year displays the intersection of art and academia. African dance teams from different universities are invited to the Princeton campus to compete for a grand prize. Each dance group performs pieces that tell a story centered around Africa's history.
Ellie’s Studio · Presented by: Program in Dance
First in a series of 3 events with the inaugural Caroline Hearst Choreographers-in-Residence in the Program in Dance. Bessie Award-winner Abby Zbikowski and Abby Z and the New Utility company member Fiona Lundie share explorations of new works-in-progress, influences, training methods, and more. Open to Princeton students, faculty & staff.
Roberts Dance Studio · Presented by: Program in Dance
Second in a series of 3 events with the inaugural Caroline Hearst Choreographers-in-Residence in the Program in Dance. Bessie Award-winner Ralph Lemon discusses his work, Ceremonies Out of the Air. Open to Princeton students, faculty & staff.