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Lunch & Learn: The “Mapping Globalization” Project with Miguel Centeno and Manish Nag

“Mapping Globalization” was the topic of today’s Lunch ‘n Learn featuring Professor Miguel Centeno and graduate student, Manish Nag, both of the Department of Sociology at Princeton.
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Lunch & Learn: Research and Writing on the iPad with Will Howarth

Will Howarth, Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton, spoke to a large Lunch ‘n Learn audience on February 16 about how he uses his iPad as an essential companion to reading, writing, research and travel.
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Lunch & Learn: New tools for writing with Professor Emeritus Will Howarth and Jon Edwards

Scrivener, an innovative software package for writers, was the topic of last week’s Lunch ‘n Learn, led jointly by Professor Will Howarth, Professor Emeritus of English at Princeton, and Jon Edwards . . .
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Lunch & Learn: Bottom-up social data collection with allourideas.org and Matthew Salganik

In this week’s Lunch ‘n Learn, Matthew Salganik, an Assistant Professor in Princeton’s Department of Sociology, presented some recent research that has resulted in the creation of an open-source polling site called AllOurIdeas.org
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Lunch & Learn: On the Formation of Massive Galaxies

¬†All who listen to Jerry Ostriker, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University, come to know that we live in profoundly exciting times. We have learned only recently the age and composition of the universe, and for the first time, … Continue reading

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