The Institute for Advanced Study, since its founding in 1930,
has aspired to provide an unbiased environment for international
scholars to pursue vital and groundbreaking work in the sciences
and humanities. Its mission is to recruit the world’s...
In 1930, the Institute for Advanced Study was established near
the grounds of Princeton University to act as the "department store
for the freedom of ideas." The original and often speculative
thinking that the Institute encouraged over the years...
The Institute for Advanced Study and the
Civil War Trust today jointly
announced a plan to significantly expand the land that will be
preserved adjacent to the current Princeton Battlefield State Park
while enabling the Institute to construct new...
The Institute for Advanced Study, one of the
world’s foremost centers for curiosity-driven basic research, will
be recognized by the American Physical Society
(APS) and the European Physical Society (EPS) as
their first Joint Historic Physics Site...
Each year, leading scientists and scholars come to the Institute
for Advanced Study from around the world to interact, explore,
share and discover. A new intellectual mix of researchers and ideas
is created, spanning young postdoctoral fellows to...
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, Artist-in-Residence
at the Institute for Advanced Study, has announced the performers
for the 2016–17 Edward T. Cone Concert Series.
Titled “The Pattern Makers,”
Lang’s first season as Artist-in-Residence...
The InterAcademy Partnership–the global network of national
science, medical and engineering academies–launched a new
three-year project on scientific advice for global policymaking.
Conducted in partnership with the Institute for Advanced Study
The Institute for Advanced Study has appointed Elizabeth
Boluch Wood as its new Chief Development Officer. Wood,
who was Vice President for Development at Princeton University from
2010 to 2016, and most recently served as Assistant to the