The Center for Migration and Development (CMD) promotes scholarship, original research, and intellectual exchange among faculty and students with an interest in international migration and national development. Of particular interest to CMD research is the relationship between immigrant communities in the developed world and the growth and development prospects of the sending nations.
As part of its regular roster of activities, the CMD offers two Colloquium Series every year, one during the spring semester and one in the fall. The purpose of this lecture series is to provide members of the Princeton Community—including faculty members, graduate, and undergraduate students but also Princeton residents and local grassroots organizations—with an opportunity to obtain state-of-the-art information on issues related to migration and development. This lecture series is also open to the public.
For more information, visit our CMD Colloquium Series page.
Watch our Colloquium Series recordings by clicking here!
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Values and Praxis Labs
Monthly gatherings to explore and learn about how values can best be defended in political practice.
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Monday, March 6, 4:30 PM, Marx 301
Thursday, April 6, 4:30 PM, Marx 301
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Of Enduring Interest
Children of Immigrants in New Places of Settlement
Conference to identify the urgent needs of this population
Health Care & Immigration
Key problems, solutions & policy
Immigration, Deportations & National Security
Timely & seldom addressed issues
Immigration & Reform
Views & alternatives on immigration & reform
The Hero's Fight
New insights on globalization & religion