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  • Four panelists speak at a conference

    Princeton hosts climate and energy summit to talk carbon reduction

    Legislators, state officials and industry leaders from 10 East Coast states and Quebec, Canada, gathered Friday, May 11, at Princeton University's Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment to discuss nonpartisan, regional solutions to reducing carbon emissions while fostering economic growth.

  • Student speaks in front of research poster

    Engineering students to unveil innovations at annual Research Day

    Engineering students will be well represented at Princeton's big event for showcasing a wide array of student work and discoveries.

  • Masoomali Fatehkia

    Princeton senior Fatehkia uses big data to examine global digital gender gap

    While most young people use social media to be social, Princeton senior Masoomali Fatehkia is using it to advance social good.

  • students announce teaching award

    Students honor faculty, grad students for excellence in teaching

    Princeton engineering student organizations honored faculty members and graduate teaching assistants last week in the annual School of Engineering and Applied Science Excellence in Teaching Awards.

  • Researcher in garage

    Alumnus steers Ph.D. research into self-driving vehicles job

    Chenyi Chen has moved from Ph.D. research at Princeton to helping colleagues at NVIDIA build smart cars.

  • Warren Powell, in his office, gesturing, a screen with data overhead.

    Making better choices, from power to payloads

    Mathematical optimization aids many industries.

  • First-year undergraduates talk and laugh at orientation event

    Class of 2021 asked to help create a better world

    Representatives of the faculty welcomed the centennial class to the School of Engineering and Applied Science on Monday afternoon, with Dean Emily A. Carter calling on members of the class to "create a better world for all of its people."

  • Award winners pose with Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber

    Teachers' passion helps set life trajectories

    Four engineering professors -- Amir Ahmadi, Michael Celia, Howard Stone and Sankaran Sundaresan -- were recognized for outstanding teaching in the 2017 graduation ceremonies.

  • Group photograph of Class Day award winners

    Class Day celebrates graduates for innovation, inspiration and service

    Members of the Class of 2017 marked a long list of achievements over their four years at Princeton from developing new ways to deliver anti-malarial drugs, to creating software that measures the stability of masonry arches, to building an app that uses a smartphone to measure the speed of a fastball.

  • Friend Center building

    FinTech conference examines the future of investing

    The four-university rotating conference on FinTech brings together leading academic researchers and practitioners to take a critical look at this revolution. Do the systems really work? Are they a good value? What are the risks?