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Outreach Initiatives

Princeton AI4ALL

The Princeton Computer Science Department, the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, and the AI4ALL Foundation run an annual summer camp to teach Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and policy to high school students from underrepresented groups. 


Princeton Science Outreach Partnership

STEM Academy High School of Edison, NJ visits Princeton for a half day interactive session. Students visited the robotics lab and the micro/nano fabrication center. They also met with current undergraduates, graduates, and faculty. 

Past Initiatives

Princeton CS in Puerto Rico - The Princeton CS in Puerto Rico summer program combines Computer Science education and Community Service projects in Puerto Rico. Princeton undergraduates serve as teaching assistants for an introductory computer science course (based on Princeton’s popular COS126) at the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez.  In addition, the student team participates in various community service projects to aid in hurricane recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Prison Teaching Initiative -  The Prison Teaching Initiative seeks to bridge Princeton University’s academic and service-driven missions by providing the highest quality post-secondary education to incarcerated students in New Jersey; offering Princeton University graduate students, postdocs, faculty, and staff innovative, evidence-based pedagogy training and the chance to diversify their teaching portfolios through intensive classroom experience; and fostering a robust campus dialogue on mass incarceration and its relationship to systemic inequalities in access to education.

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