Ignacio Rodriguez-Iturbe, a Princeton professor of civil and environmental engineering, will receive the 2009 William Bowie Medal, the highest honor awarded by the American Geophysical Union.
Archive – June 2009
Princeton scientists and energy industry representatives explored possible collaborations at a June 10 workshop aimed at turning fundamental research into technologies to address the energy challenges of the 21st century.
Princeton's Class of 2009 included 173 students graduating with bachelor of science in engineering degrees, a group that made contributions not only to science and engineering research, but also theater, dance, visual arts, public policy, community service and athletics. The School of Engineering and Applied Science recognized just some of the outstanding achievements at Class Day ceremonies June 1.
Professors of electical engineering "swept" the highest teaching awards given at Princeton at the 2009 Commencement ceremonies. Sharad Malik, Paul Prucnal, Claire Gmachl and Sanjeev Kulkarni were all recognized for their excellent teaching and mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students.