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201. Princeton University - Department of GeoSciencesThe GeoSciences Department, together with its affiliated inter-departmental programs and institutes, serves as the central focus for the Earth, atmospheric, oceanographic, and environmental Sciences at Princeton. As such we encompass a rich diversity of scientific expertise and initiative that ranges, for example, from the measurement and modeling of global climatic change, to high-pressure mineral physics, to seismic tomographic imaging of the Earth's interior or the analysis of terrestrial and planetary tectonics.
202. Princeton University - Department of PoliticsLong considered one of the top departments in the country, we are now one of the largest and most intellectually diverse political Science programs in the world. Our faculty includes nearly 60 scholars whose research and interests span the discipline.
Although our Department is one of the University’s largest, we maintain small classes for undergraduates. Courses include basic training as well as high-level engagement with work at the frontiers of political Science. Our concentrators work closely with faculty members to write their junior papers and senior theses.
The graduate program, which has entered into an exciting period of expansion, offers state-of-the-art technical training alongside more traditional instruction in the study of politics. We aim to produce scholars who are well-equipped to wrestle with the enduring questions of political life.
Princeton’s rich resources support advanced research. Students and faculty in the department also participate in a wide range of seminars and colloquia, making for a vibrant intellectual community.
203. Princeton University - Department of PsychologyThe program of graduate work in psychology within the Department of Psychology emphasizes preparation for research and teaching in psychology, with specialization in the following broad areas: systems neuroScience, cognitive neuroScience, perception and cognition, and personality and social psychology, and physiological psychology. All students are required to assist in teaching as part of their graduate education for at least three class hours during their graduate career. Instruction is based on the assumption that first-year students have had the equivalent of an undergraduate major in psychology, or related fields, but this is not a requirement for admission. Basic undergraduate training in Science and mathematics is also highly desirable. The program is designed to prepare students for attaining the degree of doctor of philosophy and a career of productive scholarship in psychology.
The department requires that candidates for admission take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Please note that applicants are not required to submit GRE Subject Test scores. The University's code for submitting scores is 2672. No department code is required.
For complete information on how to apply, and for a link to the online application, please visit the Graduate Admissions website.
204. Princeton University - History DepartmentThe History Department of Princeton University, located in neo-Gothic Dickinson Hall, offers course work at the undergraduate and graduate level in a large number of fields. A traditional strength has been pre-modern European history, but the department has established a substantial reputation for its expertise in the history of the United States, East Asia, Latin America, Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and the Near East as well as in the history of Science. It offers graduate training in the history of all parts of the world from late antiquity to the present. The presence of approximately 60 faculty members enables the department to provide general survey as well as specialized courses. Members of the department are also involved in a remarkable array of interdisciplinary programs, such as African Studies, American Studies, the Ancient World, East Asian Studies, European Cultural Studies, Hellenic Studies, Italian Studies, Judaic Studies, Latin American Studies, Latino Studies, Medieval Studies, Near Eastern Studies, Russian and Eurasian Studies, South Asian Studies, and Women and Gender.
205. Princeton University - Program in History of ScienceThe Program in History of Science at Princeton University trains students to analyze the development of Science, medicine, and technology in historical and cultural context. We are a community of scholars including a dozen or so core and affiliated faculty members and about twenty graduate students, in addition to undergraduate concentrators and visiting fellows.
History of Science at Princeton remains rooted in our tradition of analyzing the technical and conceptual dimensions of scientific knowledge, whether it is physics or psychoanalysis. At the same time, students are encouraged to consider scientific ideas and practices in the widest possible context. The research interests of the active faculty range from early-modern mechanics and natural history to the impact of twentieth-century biomedicine and computing, from Leiden to Beijing, Berkeley to Cape Town; through this diversity runs a strong thread of consensus that the best current history of Science demands an expansive, integrated approach, one that never loses sight of the global dynamics of Science and technology.
206. Professional Mathematical Sciences organizationsMAA is an organization for people who love the mathematical Sciences. A community that values discussion and exposition, for meeting colleagues and building knowledge together. An organization with roots in the nineteenth century and a powerful role in the twenty-first. It's the Mathematical Association of America.
It all began in 1894 with the American Mathematical Monthly - and ever since, the MAA has been providing mathematicians with the best expository articles, engaging problems, and articles devoted to teaching collegiate mathematics. In 1915, we became the MAA. Now we are more than 20,000 strong; faculty, students, practitioners, and people who simply love math. Most important of all, we are colleagues. We gather in Sections, at MathFest, and at the Joint Mathematics Meetings; we catch up on colleagues' activities and hear inspiring talks in mathematics; we help each other grow. In the process, we move our profession forward.
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208. Research Corporation for Science AdvancementResearch Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA) is a foundation for the advancement of Science that provides catalytic and opportunistic funding for innovative scientific research and the development of academic scientists-advancing American competitiveness in Science and technology.
209. Research in Science and Technological EducationResearch in Science & Technological Education publishes original research from throughout the world dealing with Science education and/or technological education. It publishes articles on psychological, sociological, economic and organisational aspects of Science and technological education, as well as evaluation studies of curriculum development in these fields. Its main aim is to allow specialists working in these areas the opportunity of publishing their findings for the benefit of institutions, teachers and students. It is hoped that the journal will encourage high quality research that will lead to more effective practices, behaviours and curricula in Science and technology within educational establishments.
210. Research in Science EducationResearch in Science Education is an international journal publishing and promoting scholarly Science education research. The journal examines early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary, workplace, and informal learning as they relate to Science education.
This journal's scope is broad in both methodology and content. Articles employ a range of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed research methods. In particular, the journal encourages papers based on innovative methods. Subjects explored in the journal encompass Science education generally and include relevant aspects of information technology education and design technology education.
Scholarly research reports, major review articles, position papers, comments and criticisms on papers published in the journal or issues of general interest to Science educators are also featured.