Princeton Research Day (PRD) is a celebration of the research, scholarly and creative work conducted by early-career researchers from across the campus in the arts and humanities, natural sciences, social sciences and engineering.


This year, over 120 Princeton students — including several from students in the Lewis Center for the Arts — have submitted 3-minute videos detailing their research and creative endeavors. The videos are open to all audiences; watch Princeton Research Day videos.


From April 29-May 2 at 9 AM, you can vote for your favorite presentation. The entry with the most votes will earn the FitzRandolph Gate award. All top videos will be featured at the in-person PRD Mainstage event on May 5.


Join the PRD Mainstage event on May 5. Princeton students, faculty and staff can join in-person at Frist Campus Center from 12-5 PM. General public audiences can join the awards ceremony via Zoom.

Register to attend in person via MyPrinceton U (open to the campus community of faculty, staff and students):

Register to attend online (open to all, including the public)

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  • Princeton University