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"Building Capacity for Latino Leadership in the 21st Century," A Distinguished Lecture in Honor of Latino Heritage Month at Princeton's Graduate School

The Graduate School

Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)

Princeton, NJ

"Building Capacity for Latino Leadership in the 21st...

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Driving Directions to Princeton

From the NORTH/NEW YORK CITY

Take the New Jersey Turnpike south to Exit 9 (New Brunswick). After the toll booths, take the first right turn onto the ramp for Route 18 north. Soon after you enter Route 18, take the left side of a fork in the road, staying in the right lane. Immediately bear right for an exit to U.S. Route 1 south/Trenton. Drive south on Route 1 for about 18 miles to the Washington Road exit, which is a traffic circle. Take the first right off the circle (between the gas stations) toward Princeton. The campus is located approximately a mile straight ahead.

From the WEST

Drive east on Interstate 78 into New Jersey. Exit onto southbound Interstate 287 (toward Somerville). Follow signs for Routes 202/206 south. Drive south on 202 for a short distance and then follow signs to 206 south, which will take you around a traffic circle. Go south on 206 for about 18 miles to Nassau Street (Route 27) in the center of Princeton. Turn left onto Nassau Street, and follow it to the third traffic light. Turn right onto Washington Road.

From the SOUTH

If you are coming from southern New Jersey, we recommend that you take Interstate 295 north (instead of the New Jersey Turnpike). Take Exit 67 to Route 1 north. Travel about three miles north on Route 1 to the Washington Road exit, which is a traffic circle. Go three quarters of the way around the circle and turn right (between the gas stations) toward Princeton. The campus is located approximately a mile straight ahead.

 

From the EAST

Take Interstate 195 west (toward Trenton) to the exit for Interstate 295 north. Drive seven miles to the exit for Route 1 north (exit 67). Travel about three miles north on Route 1 to the Washington Road exit, which is a traffic circle. Go three quarters of the way around the circle and turn right (between the gas stations) toward Princeton.

From the PHILADELPHIA AREA

Take Interstate 95 north into New Jersey and exit at Route 1 north (exit 67). Travel about three miles north on Route 1 to the Washington Road exit, which is a traffic circle. Go three quarters of the way around the circle and turn right (between the gas stations) toward Princeton. The campus is located approximately a mile straight ahead.

 

Parking Lot Directions

Campus Shuttle

A free campus shuttle operates from Lot 21, Lot 23 and West Garage weekdays until the early evenings. Visitors to the undergraduate admission office and the graduate admission office may park in Lot 21 and Lot 23.  Feel free to ask the shuttle driver for directions to the admission offices, the Frist Campus Center and other locations.

Directions to Lot 21

Heading north on Washington Road (away from Route 1), turn right onto Faculty Road. (If you are heading south on Washington Road from Nassau Street/Route 27, turn left onto Faculty Road instead.) After passing Jadwin Gym, turn left on FitzRandolph Road and then take the first left turn into Lot 21.

Directions to Lot 23

From Alexander Road: Turn onto Faculty Road (traffic light, gas station), and proceed to the traffic circle. Go three quarters of the way around the circle and turn right onto Elm Drive. At the next traffic circle, go three quarters of the way around and proceed to the garage on the left.

From Washington Road: Follow Faculty Road west (turning left if coming from Route 1; right if coming from Nassau Street) to the traffic circle. Go a quarter of the way around the circle, and turn right onto Elm Drive. At the next traffic circle, go three quarters of the way around and proceed to the garage on the left.

Directions to West Garage

From Alexander Road: Turn onto Faculty Road (traffic light, gas station), and proceed to the traffic circle. Go three quarters of the way around the circle and turn right onto Elm Drive. At the next traffic circle, go three quarters of the way around and proceed to the garage on the right.

From Washington Road: Follow Faculty Road west (turning left if coming from Route 1; right if coming from Nassau Street) to the traffic circle. Go a quarter of the way around the circle, and turn right onto Elm Drive. At the next traffic circle, go three quarters of the way around and proceed to the garage on the right.

 

Contact Information

Jessica K. Brown, jb4@princeton.edu, 609-258-9637

http://gradschool.princeton.edu/about/

http://gradschool.princeton.edu/diversity/

 

 

 

 

 

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Princeton University
Whig Hall, Senate Chamber Lounge (2nd floor)
Chapel Drive
Princeton, NJ 08544

Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (EDT)


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The Graduate School

Princeton University offers advanced degrees spanning the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering. Doctoral education available in all disciplines emphasizes original and independent scholarship, while master's degree programs in architecture, engineering, finance, public affairs and public policy prepare candidates for careers in public life and professional practice. These programs share a number of distinctive and desirable features: a high level of engagement between distinguished faculty and outstanding students, a campus environment that fosters a community of scholars, a depth of financial support that allows concentration on academics, and degree programs with demonstrated success in educating graduates for careers in academia, government, and the non-profit and corporate sectors. Complementing and enriching these degree-granting programs are a wide range of interdisciplinary units that promote intellectual activities and research across departmental and divisional boundaries.

Princeton University believes that advanced research, scholarship and teaching are strongest when informed by the diversity of viewpoints, backgrounds and experiences of its students. For this reason, the Graduate School actively recruits underrepresented and socioeconomically disadvantaged students and strives to create an environment that is friendly to all individuals.

While the Graduate School as a whole is engaged in the effective recruitment and retention of a diverse population of students, the Office of Academic Affairs and Diversity develops and implements initiatives and programs to ensure students' success.

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