Professor Socolow Honored for Environmental Achievement
(**The following is an excerpt from the original article found on the Princeton Environmental Institute website.**)
"Robert Socolow, a Princeton professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has received the Keystone Award for Leadership in the Environment, which recognizes contributions to solving society's environmental problems.
Socolow received the award at a June 10 dinner in Washington, D.C., from the Keystone Center, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization that brings together public, private and civic sector leaders to confront societal issues and prepare future generations to effectively approach the questions they will face.
Recipients of the award have demonstrated a history of achievement with a strong sense of vision, a proven ability to motivate others, dedication to teamwork and consensus, and the drive and ability to initiate fundamental and long-term positive change, according to the Keystone Center website."