David Karp, a mechanical and aerospace engineering major, is the valedictorian of the Princeton class of 2010. Karp credits his path to the top of his class to teamwork, problem-solving and the support of friends and family.
Archive – May 2010
Weekdays through May 2011, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. · Friend Center Atrium The fourth annual "Art of Science" exhibition, featuring "found art" images made by Princeton University community members during the course of scientific research, is on view in the Friend Center and in an online gallery. The theme of this year's exhibition is "energy," broadly defined. The 45 works featured in the exhibition were submitted for a competition this spring i
Shair to serve on board of university he attended before coming to Princeton to study engineering.
The Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti inspired a team of Princeton researchers to launch develop, deploy and test two novel disaster-relief technologies -- a rainwater harvester and filtration system, and a wind turbine for renewable energy production.
Architects for Princeton's Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment have completed initial plans for laboratory, classroom and garden spaces that support the center's mission while creating an inviting new presence at the eastern edge of campus.
The complexity of today's problems – from financial markets to national security – demand more quantitative thinking and better assessments of risk, business leader John Drzik told attendees of the 10-year anniversary celebration of Princeton's Department of Operations Research and Financial Engineering.
Princeton senior David Karp has received a prestigious fellowship from the Fannie and John Hertz Foundation that provides funding for five years of doctoral study.
The school of engineering honored three junior faculty members with the E. Lawrence Keyes, Jr./Emerson Electric Co. Faculty Advancement Award on May 10. The award recognizes young faculty members who have established vibrant teaching and research programs early in their careers at Princeton.
Lynn (Yueh-Lin) Loo, associate professor of chemical engineering, was awarded the John H. Dillon Medal for 2010 by the American Physical Society.