Tiger Challenge announces projects in teen health, supplier equity, debt collection, and opioids. Apply by 9/23
Our teams are tackling a wide array of locally-accessible, globally-applicable challenges in partnership with local communities, such as:
K-12 Mental Health | Climate Action Planning | Infant Pulse-Oximetry | Lead Poisoning | and Many More.
Teams are also tackling important challenges at Princeton University, in partnership with on-campus colleagues, including:
McGraw Center | Center for Jewish Life | Pace Center | Vice Provost, Institutional Equity and Diversity | and Many More.
Tiger Challenge announces four new projects - application now open
Patience for Patients (and Providers)
How to see people as people in a world that quantifies success in numbers
Applications are open for four projects beginning October 28, 2018. Teams in this upcoming cohort will tackle challenges in adolescent mental and physical health, supplier equity, predatory debt collection, and the opioid crisis. Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Graduate Students, across all majors and departments, are encouraged to apply.