Joshua Worth '25

Research Fellow
Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian)
Public and International Affairs

Joshua Worth, a Kanaka Maoli, was born and raised on the island of Maui. He is in the class of 2025 at Princeton pursuing an undergraduate degree in public and international affairs and certificates in global health policy and cognitive science. Joshua speaks ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi and enjoys conversating in his native language with his friends from home. He is interested in studying how military occupation, environmental poisoning, and nuclear energy have affected indigenous populations. Joshua hopes to eventually return to Hawaiʻi to serve the communities that helped raise him.

Alongside his academics, Joshua is a member of the Scholars Institute Fellows Program (SIFP) and Natives at Princeton. He is also a Peer Health Advisor and assists with social media for the Princeton Men’s Volleyball Team.