Friday September 1:
Visitors’ appointment start date. Per the terms of your appointment letter, you should plan to arrive to campus within 3 days of September 1 and complete the required I-9 form in the Office of Human Resources and requirements associated with Visa check-in with the Davis International Center (if applicable). Please note that in September 2017, the 1st of the month falls on a Friday and the following Monday September 4 is Labor Day. This means that visitors with September 1 appointment start dates have until Wednesday September 7 to complete the required I-9 form in the Office of Human Resources.
Monday September 11:
Tentative UCHV Visitors Orientation (11 a.m. in Marx Hall Room 301)
Wednesday September 13:
First day of classes
Sunday September 17:
UCHV Welcome Dinner on campus. More details to follow but this is the occasion when we welcome Visiting Fellows and an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues.
Tuesday March 27 – Wednesday March 28, 2018:
Raj Chetty, Stanford University will be visiting campus and delivering the spring Tanner Lectures
Thursday May 17, 2018:
Tentative UCHV End-of-Year Reception/Dinner
An important weekly calendar note about the 2017-18 academic year is the weekly fellows’ seminar that meets Mondays at lunchtime. About twelve of these seminars will be devoted to presentations by visiting faculty and fellows of work-in-progress. Papers are pre-circulated so that the seminar can be devoted to intensive discussion of the work. The idea is to help our visitors get to know Princeton faculty and each other, and to help our faculty get to know all of you. Fellows are expected to attend, so please mark holds on your calendar for Mondays to avoid scheduling conflicts.
Over the course of the year, the Center also sponsors and co-sponsors a variety of programs and events at Princeton. Some of these programs include: The Program in Ethics and Public Affairs seminar series, the Political Philosophy Colloquium, the Ira W. DeCamp Bioethics Seminar series and a variety of lectures series including the Tanner Lectures on Human Values and the James A. Moffett ’29 Lectures in Ethics series. These all typically take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 4:30-6:00pm, with a reception and dinner to follow. Visiting faculty fellows and faculty are frequently invited to dinners associated with these events and encouraged to attend.
You can view Princeton’s 2017-18 academic calendar here: http://registrar.princeton.edu/academic-calendar/