Emily Carter is the founding director of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, the Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, and a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and applied and computational mathematics.
A substantial bequest from industrialist and philanthropist William S. Dietrich II, a member of Princeton’s Class of 1960, will endow the University’s Economic Theory Center, which has been renamed in his honor.
In events surrounding the September 27 Princeton-Yale field hockey game, the University celebrated the nearly completed two-year project to renovate the lacrosse and field hockey facilities.
Princeton freshmen face a difficult choice. Should they learn how cells age or how to curate a museum exhibition? Should they study ethics in financial markets, the tipping points of global warming, or whether there is life on Mars? More than half of each year’s entering class enrolls in freshman seminars.
The first Princeton Brazil Global Fellows are returning from São Paulo with research material that will define their senior theses and doctoral dissertations, and experiences that will shape their lives as scholars and citizens of the world.
Princeton bestows its highest academic honor—an endowed professorship—on outstanding faculty members who break new ground in their disciplines and inspire a life-long love of learning in their students.
To celebrate his father’s life and work, Christopher Kuenne ’85 has established the Robert E. Kuenne Professorship in Economics and Humanistic Studies.
Princeton University’s 2012-13 Annual Giving campaign raised $57,019,138 -- the second highest total in Annual Giving history -- with 61.1 percent of undergraduate alumni participating.
Robin Moscato, who came to Princeton in 1983, has presided over the University’s extraordinary financial aid program as its director since 2006.