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Krysta Dummit '15 receives Freshman First Honor Prize

Krysta Dummit ‘15, a student in the Institute’s Integrated Science Curriculum, received the Freshman First Honor Prize at the University’s Opening Exercises on Sunday, September 9. The prize is awarded each year to a sophomore... Read more


James Valcourt '12 named Pyne Prize winner

Princeton senior James Valcourt, a candidate for the Certificate in Quantitative and Computational Biology, has been named co-winner, with Ann-Marie Elvin, of the University's 2012 Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize, the highest... Read more


Cameron Myhrvold '11 receives Hertz Foundation Fellowship

Cameron Myhrvold, a Quantitative and Computational Biology Certificate student, is one of two Princeton seniors who have been awarded a prestigious... Read more


Christina M. Chang ‘12 Awarded Iota Sigma Pi Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship

Christina Marie Chang, Class of 2012, has been selected as the Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship recipient for 2011 by Iota Sigma Pi. The award recognizes excellence in chemistry or biochemistry at the junior undergraduate... Read more


Christina Chang '12 awarded Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Christina Chang ’12, who was part of the Integrated Science program during her freshman and sophomore years, is one of four Princeton Undergraduates awarded a coveted... Read more


Integrated Science pays off for Graduates

The integrated science curriculum, now in its sixth year, continues to attract students with an interest in pursuing graduate programs and careers in the sciences. Through its notoriously difficult multidisciplinary program of... Read more


Testing the boundaries of teaching science

Some of Princeton’s most scientifically talented undergraduates are dedicating their years on campus to more than learning how to conduct experiments. They have elected to be part of a grand experiment themselves — one that is... Read more


Mixing It Up -New courses combine multiple disciplines in single classroom

Princeton's Integrated Science Curriculum is featured in a July 17, 2006 article in Chemical & Engineering News.  "Science is becoming more and more an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary pursuit," it states, "but... Read more


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