Princeton Conservation Society (PCS) is Princeton University’s home on campus for all things conservation and environment, from biodiversity to climate change. Our organization is fully student-run under the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, and supported by various departments on campus.
Throughout the year, we host events on campus open to the entire University community, from guest speakers (and dinners!) to trail repair, Earth Day 5K, and our annual documentary trip to locations across the world. Our aim is for conservation to be more diverse and a more accessible opportunity than it’s known to be. Several times a year, we take part in longer-term, smaller-group trips for research, filmmaking, education, volunteering, and good ol’ nature-lovin’. The above image is from our 2019 Dead Week trip to Canada and Montana, and we also sent a trip to Puerto Rico!
Meetings for the Spring 2019 semester are held at 9pm on Mondays and Thursdays in Chancellor Green 103 (in East Pyne). Come to both or just one, whatever your schedule permits. All are welcome! To find out more about joining, email our Recruitment Chair Nourhan Ibrahim at firstname.lastname@example.org or simply show up to a meeting.