Engage

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Welcome.

We titled this section “Engage” because drawing people together across academic disciplines, from industry, non-profits and government, and from diverse nations and backgrounds, is essential to solving world problems. Whether you are a prospective student, corporate partner, entrepreneur, or alumnus, we are eager to help you apply, collaborate, and participate in the discovery and invention that are essential to making a positive difference.

Below this note you'll find helpful links and specific points-of-contact to get you started. I hope you will join us.

H. Vincent Poor
Interim Dean
Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering

Contacts


Prospective Undergraduate Students

Contact: Traci Miller, Administrative Assistant, Undergraduate Affairs; 609-258-4554


Prospective Graduate Students

Contact: Mia de Leon; 609-258-2522


Prospective Corporate Partners

Visit Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations, or learn about our E-ffiliates Partnership.
Contact: Spencer Reynolds, Senior Associate Director, Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations; 609-258-5617


Alumni

Contact: Jane Maggard, Associate Dean, Development; 609-258-6850


News Media Inquiries

Contacts: Steven Schultz, Director, Engineering Communications, 609-258-3617; John Sullivan, Senior Editor, 609-258-4597


Interested in entrepreneurship or innovation in interdisciplinary education?

Visit the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education.
Contacts: For general Keller Center inquiries: Cornelia Huellstrunk, Executive Director, 609-258-7221
For Entrepreneurship: Stephanie Landers, Princeton Entrepreneurial Hub, 609-258-3979


Interested in energy and the environment?

Visit the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.


Interested in biological engineering?

Visit Chemical and Biological Engineering or Bioengineering.


Interested in materials science?

Visit the Princeton Institute for the Science and Technology of Materials.


Interested in digital privacy, security, and public policy?

Visit the Center for Information Technology Policy.