U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Princeton, Microsoft challenge to DACA termination

Nov 14, 2019
Princeton University News: U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments on Princeton, Microsoft challenge to DACA termination Princeton Alumni Weekly: U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments on DACA Protections The Daily Princetonian: Supreme Court hears oral argument on DACA, including complain from U. Politico: What today’s DACA case means to undocumented students, educators The Chronicle of Higher Education: U.S. Supreme Court Weighs DACA’s Fate as...

Missed us on the road? Unable to come to campus? Catch us online: November 21

Nov 10, 2019
Hi! Check out the Princeton orange we spotted in Seoul!! We are wrapping up our recruitment season, and are excited to read the files of all those who have chosen to apply to the WWS. For any last-minute questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us via our normal phone and email channels, and watch this space for some student updates and a bit on our fields of concentration. An alternative option is to attend our online fair, November 21...

Our application is live—some Q&A with admissions

Oct 26, 2019
We have enjoyed meeting so many of you—on the road, on campus and virtually. It is great to have the chance to chat and respond to your individual questions. Thank you for your curiosity and for your interest in the Woodrow Wilson School. In this blog, we seek to bring some of the broad themes together, grouped around some of the most common questions we are asked. Whether you are interested in the Master in Public Affairs, the Master in Public...
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Alumni Series—MPP 2012, Amber Greene

Oct 18, 2019
We're keen to profile our alumni who are doing great work across all policy areas and in all different forms. In this blog Amber Greene, MPP '12, who is VP of Government Practice at Ogilvy Public Relations, reflects on a few questions below. It was great to see Amber back on campus for the Thrive conference. What does the WWS community mean to you—on campus and across class years? I feel incredibly privileged to be part of the WWS community. We...

Q&A with Dean Cecilia Rouse about the new Woodrow Wilson installation

Oct 7, 2019
If you look closely at the picture, that’s our Dean behind the podium, Cecilia Elena Rouse, kicking off the official dedication ceremony for Double Sights, an installation about the complex legacy of Woodrow Wilson, our namesake. The installation about Wilson’s complex legacy is one facet that emerged from the Wilson Legacy Review Committee, which looked at whether (and what) changes should be made in how the University recognized Wilson’s...

Thrive: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton's Black Alumni

Oct 5, 2019
We’re in the midst of THRIVE 2019 on Princeton’s campus. It is wonderful to see so many Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs alumni back on campus. We always love to connect with you—here in Princeton and on the road. Thrive: Empowering and Celebrating Princeton’s Black Alumni, runs from October 3 - 5, 2019. The conference follows up on three previous black alumni conferences: 2006: Coming Back and Looking Forward Conference...

Woodrow Wilson School Application is Live – 2019!

Sep 9, 2019
Our admissions application for Fall 2020 entry is now live. Please note our application deadline: December 1, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Eastern time. Between now and our December 1 deadline, we hope you will take the time to learn more about what makes our community incredibly special, and if it resonates with you, we hope you will apply. To get started, please check out our updated viewbook. We are proud of the work that our community does – here on...

Labor Day Reflections at the Woo!

Aug 30, 2019
As we wind down our summer programming and gear up for the academic year ahead, please allow each of us in the Graduate Admissions Office to thank you for your interest in our School. We appreciate all those who regularly read this blog, and the many who apply to our three graduate degree programs. Your commitment to public service, and to improving your respective communities is admirable and inspiring. In reading the History of Labor Day...

Recent graduates - favorite class at the WWS - 2019

Aug 28, 2019
The final post in this three-part series. See part one here. Part two is here. Thanks again to Alex (Massachusetts), Fran (Chile), Harrison (Canada), Henri (New York), and Taylor (Michigan) for their contributes to this blog series, and to our community while MPA students. What was your favorite class at the WWS and why? This is a hard question. I liked Making Government Work in Hard Places with Professor Jennifer Widner a lot - it is an applied...