School of Engineering Programs and Resources
The School of Engineering and Applied Science is working at many levels to foster greater diversity within the school and broaden participation in science and engineering more broadly. Below are a few of the programs working toward those goals.
First-year Course Sequence
Integrated introductory courses teach fundamentals of math and physics in the context of societal problems
Pathways to Graduate School
Day-long workshops help rising college seniors understand and apply to graduate programs
Pathways to the Academy
Year-long program prepares early-stage researchers for faculty careers in engineering and computer science
Research Experience in Materials Science
Provides opportunities for undergraduates to carry out research in faculty-led labs
Princeton-Intel Research Experience
A research experience program focused on computer security
Information Technology Policy
Fellowships, a clinic, and other programs engaging students in technology and public policy
Funding for Community Initiatives
Seed funding is available for community-organized events or initiatives to enhance diversity and inclusion.
Beyond the engineering school, diversity, inclusion and anti-racism initiatives are a high priority at Princeton University. Click the button below for a concise guide to many of the available resources and their respective contacts.