A Reunions tradition for over 40 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.View the 2021 AFFs
From anthropology to physics, literature to politics, Princeton faculty and emeritus faculty have authored books of interest on their scholarly subjects.
Check out the faculty book lists maintained by department:
The Princeton Alumni Weekly features select works by Princeton alumni and faculty, as well as highlights other media.
To include a new faculty book to the list, please contact Ann Healy Guarnaccia, assistant director of academic programming and faculty liaison.View Faculty Book List
Game Day Lectures
Before you hit the stadium, hit the classroom! Prior to selected home football games, the Alumni Association provides alumni and friends with a chance to sample intellectual life on campus before catching up with classmates at tailgates and cheering on the Tigers on the gridiron. Registration is not required for the lecture.
Gift Planning Webinars
The Pre-read program, initiated by President Eisgruber in 2013, introduces the incoming class to the intellectual life of the University. First-year students read and discuss a book that President Eisgruber selects that is mailed to them prior to their arrival on campus. Incoming class members then participate in Pre-read discussions with student leaders during Orientation Week and with President Eisgruber in the residential colleges and elsewhere on campus over the course of the academic year. Alumni also are encouraged to read and discuss the Pre-read selection.
2021 Pre-read Update
President Eisgruber's Princeton Pre-read selection for the Class of 2025 is "Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility" by philosopher and Princeton Class of 2002 graduate Jennifer M. Morton. Professor Morton examines the emotional toll of upward mobility on disadvantaged college students and argues that these students pay an ethical cost when choosing between the competing demands of their education and their personal commitments. Professor Morton hopes that the book will "help members of the Class of 2025 find their own path towards a more empathetic and reflective understanding of each other’s diverse experiences of college."
Living at a distance from campus shouldn’t preclude your participation in alumni education. As long as you have an internet connection, you have access to lifelong learning at Princeton.Princeton Online MOOCs
Princeton University Library is pleased to provide the University’s alumni with access to a suite of library-licensed electronic resources for personal, non-commercial use. Access is available from anywhere via login with TigerNet NetID and password.Princeton Library Resources
Find events and upcoming virtual lectures on the University events calendar.University Events Calendar