Four Nobel Prize winners are among the honorees. She is the first female scientist and first professor at Princeton University to receive this prestigious honor.
Matthew Edwards, a third-year doctoral candidate, came away with the top prize during this year’s Research Day event by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
The Forum will feature Professor Emeritus Robert. H. Socolow and MAE alum Dr. Wesley L Harris who have been engaged with the project since its inception in a moderated discussion of the Challenges today.
The University of Dayton has named Eric Spina the 19th president of the university and the second lay leader in its 165-year history.
This summer, MAE welcomed 13 undergraduate summer interns across seven faculty research labs. The department also hosted 5 high school students under the Office of the Dean for Research Laboratory Learning Program.
Three members of an independent multinational body that analyzes issues related to nuclear disarmament, arms control, and nonproliferation share their views.
Professor Michael Littman was awarded The Distinguished Teaching Award at this years 2015 Class day ceremony. This award recognizes a sustained record of excellence in teaching our students, and in making contributions to our education mission. Here, “teaching our students” is defined in a broad sense to include instruction of undergraduate and graduate students. Similarly, “contributions to our education mission” is also defined in a broad sense to incl
We are pleased to announce the following fellowship awards to two MAE students.
Professor Michael Mueller named the recipient of the Graduate Mentoring Award from the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and Graduate School. The award will be officially bestowed during the Graduate School’s hooding ceremony on June 1, 2015. Congratulations!
Professors Michael Littman and Mike McAlpine are featured in an article on 3-D printing as an increasingly popular research tool for student projects.
On May 30, 2015, MAE Professor Philip Holmes will receive an honorary degree (doctor honoris causa) from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Researchers at Princeton University have found that the common test of bouncing a household battery to learn if it is dead or not is not actually an effective way to check a battery's charge.
Professor Robert Socolow's research article 'Commitment accounting of CO2 emissions' was selected by the Editors of Environmental Research Letters (ERL) to feature in theHighlights of 2014 collection.