A Reunions tradition for over forty years, the Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) bring together alumni panelists from the major reunion classes and the Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni (APGA) for discussions of a broad range of timely or timeless topics. Moderated by members of the faculty or administration, the forums attract thousands of alumni and guests each year.

The following Alumni-Faculty Forums (AFFs) were held during Reunions 2018.

FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 8:45 – 10:00 a.m.

A Hard Day's Night: The Evolution of the Workplace (Computer Science Building 104)
New Frontiers in Outer Space (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
The Doctor Is In: The State of Health Care in the U.S. (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
Tiger Stripes and Camouflage: Princetonians in the Military (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Too Big to Fail: Rule Breakers and Regulators on Wall Street (Alexander Hall)

FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.

A Discussion of Globalism and Global Populist Movements (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
Cashing In: The Value and Volatility of Cryptocurrency (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
Cold War 2.0: Russian Cybersecurity and Hacking (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
From Ferguson to Charlottesville: The State of Race Relations in America (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
SCOTUS 101: The Future of the Supreme Court (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)

FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2:30 – 3:45 p.m.

America's Pain: The Opioid Crisis (Thomas Laboratory 003)
Beyond News: The Evolution of Journalism (McCosh Hall, Room 50)
Dreamers on Hold: The DACA Debate (First Campus Center 302)
Finding Your Way in the Arts (Friend Center 101)

SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 8:45 – 10:00 a.m.

Data: The New Killer Application and How Data Is Driving Exciting New Applications Across IoT and Beyond (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
Lights, Camera, Action! Tigers in Entertainment (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
Loss, Recovery and Resilience: City Planning in the Age of Climate Change (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
Shifting Boundaries: Redistricting, Gerrymandering & Election Reform (McCosh Hall, Room 10)
The Role of Technology in Raising 21st Century Children (Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Room A32)

SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.

A Diplomatic Discussion of Foreign Policy (McCormick Hall, Room 101)
A Growing Gap: Addressing Economic Inequality (McDonnell Hall, Room A02)
Consumer Markets, Trends and Technologies (Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Room A32)
From the Coasts to the Fruited Plain: Implications of Population Movements (Andlinger Center, Maeder Hall Auditorium)
Is the Party Over? The Future of American Political Parties (McCosh Hall, Room 50)