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.
Teams in the Tiger Challenge
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Propose a Topic for Tiger Challenge
If you could work with a team of colleagues, partner organizations, and advisers to tackle any societal challenge, what would it be? We're looking for topics to be proposed by students, organizations, or community members. To start the process of launching a Tiger Challenge project, click to fill out a short form.
What makes a good Tiger Challenge topic?
Open-ended: There should be infinite possible directions for the project; we’re looking for divergent, unanswered challenges.
Human-centered: The challenge should hinge on the behaviors and experiences of people.
Important: The challenge should inspire other Princeton students; teams are comprised of 4-6 students from different majors.
Accessible: Who are the stakeholders involved, and is it feasible for us to interact with them in the NYC-NJ-Philly corridor?