Top graduate students in Princeton University's Department of Computer Science will receive a prestigious fellowship and lifelong membership in a network of leading scholars under the newly established Siebel Scholars program, funded by a gift from the Siebel Scholars Foundation.
Archive – September 2011
The opening freshman enrollment for the School of Engineering and Applied Science is 333, nearly 25 percent more than the previous record in the fall of 2009.
Four university undergraduates and 16 high school students attended the Summer Program in Theoretical Computer Science at Princeton. The program, intended to boost student interest and ability in computer science, was sponsored by the National Science Foundation through the Center for Computational Intractability.
Sanjeev Kulkarni, an acclaimed teacher and engineer whose research ranges from signal processing to philosophy, has been appointed director of the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education.
Stuart Schwartz, a pioneer of mathematical methods that led to techniques for efficiently transmitting information, and an instrumental force in building the Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, died Saturday, Aug. 27.