Students from Asian countries attended Princeton by the 1870s3 min
Student involvement in Asia began with Christian missionary work abroad3 min
The earliest Princeton courses related to Asian cultures taught language4 min
Three first-generation Asian Americans graduated from Princeton in the 1930s3 min
A Japanese student was effectively under house arrest at Princeton during WWII3 min
Asian scholars began to join the faculty in greater numbers in the 1950s and 1960s
Asians and Asian Americans were among the first women to earn degrees from Princeton3 min
Student groups focused on Asian and Asian American identity began in the 1970s2 min
Asians & Asian Americans have held leadership roles at the University since the 1980s2 min
After 30 years of advocacy, a Certificate in Asian American Studies began in 20183 min
More than 40 student organizations focus on Asian cultures and heritage3 min
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Stories of Asians and Asian Americans at Princeton explores the history of Asians and Asian Americans affiliated with Princeton University, from the international students who enrolled in the nineteenth century to the array of campus cultural organizations today. Watch the complete video from Princeton's 2015 We Flourish alumni conference at http://bit.ly/2XgvaWQ.
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