March is Women’s History Month, which has been observed in the U.S. since 1987 as a time to honor women’s contributions in history and contemporary society. Princeton Engineering celebrates the trailblazing women who were among the first women students and faculty at Princeton, as well as the growing number of women in our community who continue to make outstanding contributions through research, teaching and leadership.

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