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Princeton University's Dr. Marshini Chetty and Dr. Nick Feamster spoke to the Upper School community about the potential for big data science to be applied across disciplines to benefit society and to improve internet safety and security, drawing from their own research and that of leading pioneers in the field. Drs. Feamster and Chetty, who are also PDS parents, presented as part of the School's annual Pioneers in Science speaker series and hosted a thought-provoking Q&A session afterward in the Wellemeyer STEAM Center.
"If we are to eliminate the impacts of prejudice and xenophobia in our society, it is crucial to start having more meaningful discussions surrounding diversity whether it be with our peers, neighbors, colleagues, and even our family members," wrote Harjap Singh '20 in a column published on March 27 in the Orlando Sentinal.
PDS will host its second annual "Empty Bowls" benefit event on April 11. Launched by visual arts instructor Eric Rempe last year, the Empty Bowls benefit event provided more than 22,000 meals to Mercer County area neighbors in need.