Each year nearly 450,000 children die from diarrhea caused by rotavirus.
New low-cost rotavirus vaccine found to be effective
Rotavirus is the leading cause of acute diarrhea, or severe gastroenteritis, in children
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Earlier this year, the Graduate School named the winners of the Jacobus Fellowship, Princeton’s top honor for graduate students. Philosophy student and Jacobus Fellow Adam Lerner shares how his research examines the role of empathy and ethics.
Students study in the Center for Intercultural Engagement in the Curry Student Center.
Where’s your favorite study spot on campus?
An innovative educational model is changing the idea that medical school must take four years.
Medical School in Three Years? Educators Test a New Model
Deborah Powell, MD, has never been a big believer that four years of medical school is the magic number. After years of discussing the issue with…
Association of American Medical Colleges
4 tips to improve your communication skills:
How miscommunication happens (and how to avoid it)
Katherine Hampsten describes why miscommunication occurs so frequently, and how we can minimize frustration while expressing ourselves better.
Students, to prepare for finals “try to find a partner from class with whom you can trade off teaching each other course concepts,” says academic advisor Eric Winter. Get more tips here.
Five simple tips for navigating the end of the semester
When a company is in trouble how does a leadership team look past pure survival to regain and even exceed market position? The newest Cold Call on the airline industry has answers: http://hbs.me/2nc7SzM
Harvard Business School
Each year, the Dean for Research Innovation Fund enable bold and creative research projects that might not otherwise qualify for external grants.
Dean for Research Innovation Funds awarded to highly exploratory projects
A number of innovative research projects ranging from the sciences to the arts and engineering have been granted funding through Princeton’s Office of the Dean for Research.
Getting a rainbow bagel should never be this epic:
Zach Anner & The Quest for the Rainbow Bagel
Zach Anner’s quest to get a rainbow bagel in Brooklyn sheds light on New York City’s accessibility issues.
We bring you tail wagging from MIT’s MindHandHeart Puppy Lab this #NationalPuppyDay!
Video: Melanie Gonick
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)