Join us for a fun, two-day introduction to all things Princeton! Welcome! As you transition to graduate school, we’re here to support you socially, academically, and as an individual. Over two days of engaging conversations, we’ll cover everything from our values to the many resources available to support you. We look forward to meeting you! Save these Dates Wednesday, August 30, 2023, 8:30am - 7:00pm Thursday, August 31, 2023, 8:30am - 7:00pm The orientation program/schedule will be posted later in the summer for incoming graduate students to access in Canvas Orientation Goals Intellectual Engagement and Scholarly Inquiry Learn how to effectively engage and work with academic/research adviser(s). Uncover campus resources that support academic and scholarly work. Review financial resources and obligations. Value academic integrity in your scholarly work at Princeton and beyond. Professional Development and Leadership Understand the importance of ongoing professional development. Take ownership of your career while learning about a variety of support resources. Uncover programs, organizations, and opportunities that will help you develop valuable leadership skills. Community Values, Expectations, and Standards Review the Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities related to academic and research integrity, alcohol, controlled substances, sexual misconduct, and mutual respect. Understand our collective responsibility to protect the wellbeing of all members of the Princeton community. Learn about campus resources that help maintain our community standards. Inclusion and Belonging Discover a wide range of student groups and organizations, social and cultural opportunities, and the local area. Reflect on and employ best practices for meaningful engagement with difference in our community, which includes individuals with diverse experiences of culture, race, religion, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and nationality. Explore identity-based campus resources and offices that promote understanding and engagement across differences. Health and Wellbeing Reflect on the importance of self-care and care for others. Find campus resources that support health and wellbeing. Affiliations and Traditions Begin to develop your Princeton identity and sense of belonging through affiliations with the Graduate School, the University, and your department. Develop an appreciation for and critical engagement with Princeton’s history and traditions.