Research in the field is an integral part of the research experience at Princeton University. Princeton has researchers traveling all over the world from highest mountains to the deepest caves and everything in between. These researchers encounter a variety of extreme environments and undertake every outdoor activity imaginable. Travel takes them all over the world and the planning and preparation for this travel ecompasses a varity of offices at Princeton University. Please contact Environmental Health and Safety if you have any safety concerns prior to your trip. Also, do not forget to meet with University Health Services' Travel Medicine Team. Be sure to speak with your advisor and departmenal travel coordinator to ensure that your plans are in order before leaving. The following are helpul links:
- Princeton Undergraduate Travel Checklists:
- Domestic Travel
- International Travel
- Princeton Graduate Student Travel Information
- Graduate Student Travel Homepage
- Graduate Student Travel Checklist
- Princeton Faculty and Staff International Travel Information
- Outdoor Action offers a variety of training available to Princeton University Faculty, Staff, and Students related to outdoor activities. Please visit their site for more information.
- Department of State Travel Alerts and Warnings
- Department of State Smart Traveler Enrollment Program
EHS can assist with the following:
- Permits and shipping for samples and materials
- Risk assessments for you planned activities
Please contact Kyle Angjelo for more information.