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Reflections on The Trenton Project Screening: What’s in a Name and Encounters with the Archives by Eman Maan, ProCES Student Office Associate
Oct. 19, 2022

On September 27, 2022, The Trenton Project: What’s in a Name and Encounters with the Archives screening took place inside an airy, well-lit warehouse that previously housed one of Trenton’s many factories producing essential raw materials for bridges. Currently a community venue for hosting workshops and events, the warehouse is a wide…

Intro to Radical Access: Performances by Kayla Hamilton and x on October 25th at 7:30pm
Oct. 12, 2022

ProCES is delighted to co-sponsor Lewis Center for the Arts-hosted performances by award-winning movement artist Kayla Hamilton and x, a TRANSdisciplinary artist and teaching artist at Mark Morris Dance Center. Princeton Arts Fellow Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez, a…

Mark Indigenous People’s Day with a trip to The Seed Farm!
Oct. 6, 2022

Monday, October 10 -- 3:00 - 6:30 pm -- at the Stony Ford Research Station

A looping shuttle service will be provided.  A schedule is posted to indigenous.princeton.edu 

Parking is limited.  See 

Between Rap and Medicine: A Conversation with PJ Sin Suela
Sept. 22, 2022

Oct 3, 2022, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm   |   216 Aaron Burr Hall

PJ Sin Suela (born Born Pedro Juan Vázquez Bragan) is a local doctor and one of Puerto Rico’s most exciting rappers. After caring for patients during Hurricane Maria and Covid-19, he is back on the road, with shows in the US and a first major concert in…

Screening of student films exploring Trenton history
Sept. 12, 2022

Tuesday · 27 September 2022 · 6:30 PM
Trenton Circus Squad · 635 South Clinton Avenue · Trenton
Free and Open to the Public!

This summer, six student filmmakers working with The Trenton Project produced a film about Janet Wide Awake…

Welcome Tania Boster as ProCES Director!
Aug. 26, 2022

ProCES is delighted to welcome Tania Boster, Ph.D., to its team.

Tania comes to us from Oberlin College, where she worked for the past decade and served as the Executive Director of Oberlin's Bonner Center for Community-Engaged Learning, Teaching & Research; inaugural Director of Experiential Learning in the College of Arts and…

Derian Interns collaborate with Princeton faculty on community-engaged summer projects
July 26, 2022

Princeton undergraduates collaborated with three faculty on community-oriented internships this summer.

Filmmaker and Princeton School of Public and International Affairs Documentary Film Specialist Purcell Carson collaborated with two ProCES-supported interns via The Trenton…

"Wall Street & Silicon Valley" students partner with New Jersey Future
June 27, 2022

Undergraduate students in Professor Aaron Shkuda's "Wall Street and Silicon Valley: Place in the American Economy" course collaborated with Tim Evans, Director of Research at New Jersey Future, in Spring 2022 to analyze reasons why the number of young adults age 25 to 44 is declining in the state while increasing nationwide. Students posit that…

Congratulations 2022 Dobin Prize Winners
May 24, 2022

ProCES is proud to award this year's Dean Hank Dobin Prize in Community-Engaged Independent Work The prize is presented to students whose outstanding thesis best engages a community audience, whether through extensive research, policy recommendations, or new…

ENG Students: Summer internship at HomeWorks Trenton
April 12, 2022
This 8-week long internship will provide the selected English major with a paid opportunity to gain experience in public service careers along with Internship Milestone Credit. Interns will work at HomeWorks Trenton in coordination with the Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) and the English Department at Princeton University. This opportunity is open to current junior concentrators in English and sophomores intending to declare an English concentration this spring.