News anchor Jim Donovan talks with Princeton Prize winner Jasmyne McCoy.
Shady Side Academy senior Caroline Benec of Penn Hills has been selected as the regional winner of the 2017 Princeton Prize in Race Relations, awarded by the Princeton Alumni Association of Western Pennsylvania (PAAWP).
Riverwood International Charter School senior Natalie Peek received the Princeton Prize in Race Relations, an awards program for high school students doing exceptional volunteer work to advance the cause of race relations. Ms. Peek received $1,000 cash and an expense-paid trip to Princeton University for a race symposium for winning the prize...
Twenty-seven high school students from around the United States have been named recipients of the 2017 Princeton Prize in Race Relations. The students were honored April 27-29 during the annual Princeton Prize Symposium on Race held on the Princeton University campus.
Twelve were recognized in New Jersey for confronting racial issues, but Yu Jin Emily Choi's work stood out, and she was selected to join 27 other Princeton Prize winners from across the country at a leadership symposium held at Princeton. She also won $1,000.
A Montclair High School student who organized a protest over the Michael Brown shooting incident has won an award from Princeton University for her role in trying to improve race relations. Talia Evans Farkas, 18, is one of 12 students who were recognized this year by the Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Northern New Jersey.
Partner Scott Kobler and McCarter & English hosted the Princeton Prize in Race Relations of Northern New Jersey and over 100 of its guests for their 11th Annual Awards Ceremony.
A San Diego High School senior who helps young Haitian refugees in Tijuana avoid human trafficking was Wednesday named the winner of a prize for improving race relations. Yulvi Reyes will be honored May 7 with an annual award by the Princeton Prize in Race Relations Committee of San Diego. The...
Khalea Edwards, a senior at Kirkwood High School, has vivid memories of her early childhood that set her on a course that's now gained her award-winning attention from Princeton University.
Shawnee Mission East senior Mia Rios has spent a good deal of her time and energy the past two years trying to foster better understanding between students from different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. Earlier this week, those efforts were rewarded with recognition from Princeton University.