For Aleksandra Smiljanic, the makings of a good life include rock concerts, travel, and the freedom to pursue independent research. An evening at the theater makes it even better. Her varied background helped prepare her for her post as Serbia's first minister of telecommunications and information.
Archive – April 2009
When photographers zoom in on an object to see it better, they lose the wide-angle perspective -- they are forced to trade off "big picture" context for detail. But now an imaging method developed by Princeton researchers could lead to lenses that show all parts of the scene at once in the same high detail. The new method could help build more powerful microscopes and other optical devices.
Dennis Keller, who graduated from Princeton in 1963 with a degree in economics, and his wife, Constance Templeton Keller, were honored during a dedication ceremony for endowing a center in Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Princeton University honored Dennis Keller and his wife, Constance Templeton Keller, during a dedication ceremony Thursday, April 16, for endowing the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education. The center focuses on preparing Princeton students to be leaders in an increasingly complex and technology-driven society. Read more.