Noa Greenspan '23 was named the recipient of the 2023 Gregory T. Pope Prize for Science Writing.
The CST Assistant Director, Vivian Feng, in collaboration with local chocolatiers at Brava Chocolate, helped Assistant Professor
The end-of-year celebration was a joyous occasion, recognizing the efforts of the CST and its numerous partners, including staff, students, and faculty from various departments and campus entities. The event featured an exhibition in the Lewis Science Library Atrium, developed by CST’s Associate Director,
The CST is pleased to announce that nine Princeton faculty and academic professionals have received funding for innovative course development/enhancement and co-curricular activities that align with CST’s mission of advancing STEM literacy at Princeton and beyond. The recipients will implement their projects over the coming year and, in…
The 2023 Anthony B. Evnin Lecture entitled, "Conservation Photography - Stories from the Field" featured Jen Guyton *18 and Prasenjeet Yadav, both scientists turned award-winning conservation photographers.
In FRS 114 Technology and the Environment, students engaged recently in a discussion on the topic of emerging contaminants in the environment, especially micro- and nano-plastics.
On Friday, April 14th, CST's Student Advisory Board led a STEM cartoon drawing workshop.
CST hosted a Photography RadLab: Astrophotography / Urban Wildlife on Campus On Thursday, March 28th.
CST’s Executive Director, Sami Kahn, presented her newly-published chapter on inclusive science education research at the National Science Teaching Association’s conference in Atlanta, GA
CST StudioLab Artistic/Technical Manager Brendan Byrne's synthesizer was featured in the Princeton Laptop Orchestra’s most recent performance.
Students produced multispecies design projects examining the politics of health, environment, and multispecies relations in scientific and biomedical interventions in LAS 390/ANT 392/GHP 390.
Students of STC209 designed scenes and explored the power of lighting at the Lewis Center’s Light Lab.
On Feb. 23, the CST and Butler College hosted the opening of an art exhibition featuring works from the participants of
The CST funded the 7th annual Princeton University Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament which was held on February 4th, 2023
Last week, STC 297welcomed some invertebrate visitors into the classroom.
The CST hosted a fun-filled, hands-on event on The Science of Chocolate, perfectly timed on the eve of Valentine's Day, as a part of the Brainy Bites series exploring food science.
Our awesome StudioLab technician, Lena Hoplamazian '24, who was featured in the Princeton homepage article "Learning to see fashion through a scholarly lens".
Take a look at a sampling of the many tools and techniques the students engaged with this fall in THR210/STC 210 - Storytelling with Technology for Performance.
Congratulations to Princeton Rocketry Club’s, “Balloon Research Glider Recovery” (BRGR) team for making it to the final round of NASA’s ”FLOATing DRAGON” (Formulate, Lift, Observe, And Testing; Data Recovery And Guided On-board Node) Balloon Challenge!
Students in FRS 129, Visualizing Nature: Techniques in Field Biology, visited Six Flags Wild Safari for an up-close and personal experience with lions and tigers.
The CST co-sponsored a public event in collaboration with the Princeton University Art Museum and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology that merged the arts and sciences under the unifying theme of mimicry and forgery.
The CST proudly hosted “Origami Engineering,” an event where attendees apply simple folding rules to design and fabricate reconfigurable structures that can be used across different scales and applications including medical devices, robotics, and deployable structures.
At the Games && Symposium on November 12th, six guest artists and designers visited campus to speak on their innovations and explorations with the tools of game development. Students and community members gathered at the James Stewart Film Theater to hear speakers talk about…