2021-2022 marked the 100th anniversary of first academic year of the School of Engineering and Applied Science! Here are #100years100facts to help you get better acquainted with the people, places and milestones that have made us who we are.

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Here are the 100 Facts

  • 100 over image of new building rendering

    Part Sixteen: Creating, Inspiring, Transforming

  • Rendering of new engineering building. People are walking on sidewalk in front of building with lots of glass windows. It appears to be just before dusk.

    Part Fifteen: Engineering the Future

  • Four young adults in Singapore inside a radiant cooling hut

    Part Fourteen: Hello, World

  • Woman in white protective suit works in cleanroom

    Part Thirteen: Today’s Princeton Engineering

  • Erhan Cinlar at the blackboard, in profile

    Part Twelve: Math in the Service of Society

  • David Billington and a colorful bridge model

    Part Eleven: Building Big, Building Small

  • Older black and white photo of young men posing for class picture. The clock says 12:10 p.m.

    Part Ten: Princeton Chemical Engineering

  • Astronaut descending the ladder onto the moon, staring at the camera, you can't see his face.

    Part Nine: Air and Space

  • Stephen Lyon, in his lab

    Part Eight: Entrepreneurship at Princeton Engineering

  • Robert Sedgewick

    Part Seven: Computer Science at Princeton Engineering

  • Annabel Lemma, a graduate student in chemical and biological engineering.

    Part Six: ‘Venture out into new territories’

  • Part Five: Women at Princeton Engineering

  • Melissa Ball

    Part Four: Princeton Engineering and the Environment

  • E100 poster

    The Early Years: A Few Questions and Answers

  • George Beggs

    Part Two: The Early Years: They Said It

  • Julie Kim, left, a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, in the lab of Catherine Peters, right.

    Part Three: The Value of Mentorship