Princeton engineers elected to top academic and scientific academies

Emily Carter, the Arthur W. Marks '19 Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Applied and Computational Mathematics, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest scientific honors. In a separate honor, Carter and fellow Princeton engineers Pablo Debenedetti and Marlan Scully were elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the nation's most prestigious society spanning the sciences and humanities.

Faculty and teaching assistants honored for excellence in teaching

Among the many awards and honors Princeton engineers receive, one of the most appreciated is the Excellence in Teaching Award from the from the undergraduate and graduate engineering councils.

Fall 2007 Commendation List for Outstanding Teaching

Princeton Engineering and Dean H. Vincent Poor are proud to recognize the following professors and graduate students for their outstanding teaching during the Fall 2007 semester.

Innovation Forum features early business ventures

Princeton scientists and engineers pitched their early-stage entrepreneurial ventures at the Keller Center's third annual Innovation Forum on April 9.

Princeton Engineering hosts admitted Class of 2012

Princeton's School of Engineering hosted several hundred admitted students to Princeton’s class of 2012 on April 11 and April 18.

Graduate alumni network with current students at reception

Princeton Engineering hosted a well-attended Graduate Student-Alumni Reception in the Friend Center on April 18. About 100 engineering graduate students met with several dozen distinguished alumni.

Workshop to examine China's environmental issues

Economists, engineers, environmentalists and policymakers from Princeton University and China will meet on April 18 and 19 to discuss environmental challenges facing China.

Fuel for thought: Research yields energy solutions and career insights

Rochelle Murray's senior thesis project puts her on the font lines of a hot research area: the transmuting of waste material into clean-burning fuel.

Keller gift of $25 million to support innovation in engineering education

Recognizing an international need for leaders who can harness technology to solve societal problems, alumnus and innovator in education Dennis J. Keller and his wife Constance Templeton Keller have given Princeton University $25 million to strengthen links between engineering and the liberal arts.

Breakthrough in computer simulations advances hypersonic flight research

A two-hour plane flight between Tokyo and New York sounds like science fiction, but methods developed by Princeton engineers to describe turbulence at extreme conditions may aid the design of aircraft with that kind of speed, 15 times faster than sound.