Science & Engineering Expo (SEE Princeton)
The Science and Engineering Expo (SEE Princeton) is a day dedicated to capturing the imaginations of young students. More than 1000 middle school students from local schools come to Princeton University each year to interact with Princeton scientists and engineers and explore science with the help of demonstrations and hands-on activities. The Science and Engineering Expo at Princeton University reaches these students at a critical time in their education when many students lose interest in science and no longer consider careers in science and engineering. Throughout the day, they will explore a wide range of research from Princeton that is at the cutting edge of science and engineering. Princeton Center for Complex Materials (PCCM) was instrumental in the creation of the program and was the co-lead organizer for the Science and Engineering Expo from 2004 through 2010. PCCM still actively participates in SEE Princeton, but the primary organizational contact is now Ann Sliski of Princeton's Molecular Biology department.