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2019 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2019 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winner

2018 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2018 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winner

When I first came to Princeton, I wasn't sure what to major in. The one thing I knew was that I liked the Program in Urban Studies. As my first academic home at Princeton, Urban Studies was a welcoming, interdisciplinary community dedicated to a passion I could get behindunderstanding our built environment, and by extent, the world. With an awesome roster of professors, staff, and classmates, Urban Studies is a phenomenal program and well-worth exploring. ~ Harrison Blackman '17

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International Internship Program - click here for more information

Office of Undergraduate Research – click here to find out more!

Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) https://proces.princeton.edu/ (formerly CBLI)

Career Services at Princeton has a new name - the Center for Career Development. 

The new name is intended to better express the many ways we support all undergraduate and graduate students as early as their first days on campus, assisting them to: 

  • identify their values, interests, skills, and strengths
  • explore a diverse range of opportunities to build experience
  • pursue internships, jobs, further education and leadership experiences they find meaningful

Princeton Internships in Civic Service (PICS)

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Jobs at Environment America

2017 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2017 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winners

2016 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2016 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winners

2015 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2015 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winners

2015 Urban Studies Senior Thesis Colloquium

Pace Center: Opportunities, Events, Service Projects

2014 Urban Studies Senior Thesis Colloquium

2014 Urban Studies Certificate Program Graduates

2014 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winners

2013 Urban Studies Senior Thesis Colloquium

2013 Urban Studies Thesis Prize Winners

2013 Certificate Graduates

Princeton University Career Services

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Urban Studies Certificate students - we strongly encouragae you to participate in the great opportunity and tradition of the Urban Studies Senior Thesis Colloquium which takes place the Wednesday during spring reading period each year.

Besides the proud feeling of accomplishment, you will receive public speaking experience with your cohort, advisors, family and friends as your audience. Kind, thoughtful questions are asked about your presentation that may lead you to further research! Affirming comments are given. Also, a special meal is served for you to share with all in attendance honoring your great achievement. It is a wonderful way to share your research!

Program in Urban Studies Certificate students - please let us know if you are not receiving emails regarding the Urban Studies Certificate Program by sending an email to: urbstudy@princeton.edu. Thank you!

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