The Princeton chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) returned to Huamanzaña, Peru, last summer for their final visit to help the community.
The University created a new certificate program that explores the links between information technology and society. The Program in Information Technology and Society began enrollment this year and already has attracted students in majors ranging from computer science and electrical engineering to history and politics.
Princeton computer science students won two of three top prizes in a prestigious competition for their work reconstructing ancient Greek art and making the Internet work more efficiently.
Katie Hsih puts her engineering education to work to help an African community recover.
Cole Freeman went to Ghana last year as one of 20 students who participated in the inaugural term of Princeton's Bridge Year Program.
Through Scholars in the Nation's Service engineering students use their technical know-how to help craft public policy and serve the government.
Engineering students win International Association for Hydrogen Energy award for developing "homemaker" hydrogen generator.
Entrepreneurial Princeton features the legendary Ed Zschau as well as innovative Princeton undergraduates and graduates. It also highlights the importance of Princeton's visiting professorship in entrepreneurship.
A Pakistani garbage dump seems like an unlikely place to find a solution to extreme poverty. But then again, the group of students from Princeton and Rutgers universities who plan to convert garbage into hope is an unlikely team.
A new Princeton engineering class focuses on the study of the relations of buildings, space, time and societal dynamics.