Merging STEM with the arts, humanities, and social sciences is a research-based approach to engaging all students in STEM. The CST applies this transdisciplinary approach through courses and programs.
Origami Engineering acquaints the student with state-of-art concepts and algorithms to design and analyze origami structures.
CST collaborated with Princeton’s Analog Photography Club for a cyanotype workshop where attendees learned how to turn translucent objects into beautiful cyan blue art pieces.
The BirDiversity Art Exhibition is a celebration of visual art, science, and ornithology in the Princeton University community.
The CST served as a sponsor for the 2023 Art of Science Exhibition
CST co-sponsored a public event in collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum (PUAM) and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) that merged the arts and sciences under the unifying theme of mimicry and forgery.
SAB member Raina Maldonado '26 demonstrated how she illustrates STEM topics in cartoon format by depicting scientific processes being performed by characters in a stepwise manner.
This freshman seminar, taught by Professor Andrea Graham (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) and playwright Ellen K. Graham, teaches students to convey scientific information about topics in immunology through theatrical performances.
Interdisciplinary courses blending the arts and sciences to enhance creativity and critical-thinking