Many of our members’ partners/spouses are themselves academics, so we want to make sure their research can continue while in residence at the Institute. Accordingly, partners/spouses are offered a variety of computing and library privileges throughout their stay.
Computing Resources for Partners/Spouses
The Institute for Advanced Study employs numerous IT specialists who provide services to all four schools on campus. As the partner/spouse of a member, you are entitled to a variety of computing and IT support services, including:
High-speed Internet/Internet2 access
Access to wired and wireless network in housing
Access to IAS-Scholar secure wireless network from campus and in housing
Access to public computing terminals and workstations around campus
Improved in-building wireless service via our campus-wide cellular DAS network
Inclusion in the campus emergency notification system
Tech support to:
Connect and configure devices
Set up work-from-home scenarios through a third party
The Institute is home to two main libraries – the Historical Studies-Social Science Library and the Math-Natural Sciences Library – as well as the Shelby White and Leon Levy Archives Center and a growing digital library. Through an agreement with Princeton University, we also have access to all of their vast library resources (physical and digital), which can be brought to campus by currier upon request.
Finding external funding to support research is an important part of most academics' skillsets. The Institute's Academic Officer, Josephine Faass, provides basic support services to members and their partners/spouses in identifying appropriate funding opportunitities for their research, and creating impactful submission materials.
To learn more about these services, contact Josephine at email@example.com.