Frank Jackson, one of the world's leading figures in metaphysics, philosophy of mind, epistemology, and metaethics (among other areas), has accepted a half-time appointment at Princeton University, where he will spend one semester per year; he will remain at the Australian National University the rest of the time. At Princeton, he will be reunited with two former ANU colleagues, with whom he has done much work: Philip Pettit, whose main appointment is in the Politics Department at Princeton; and Michael Smith in philosophy. This is a major appointment for the Princeton department.
UPDATE: David Chalmers also reports "Frank Jackson is stepping down as director of the Research School of Social Sciences to once again become a regular member of the Philosophy Program" at ANU.
ANOTHER: The Princeton Department's announcement is here.