Students in MSE 200/STC 200 - Magic Materials taught by Kai Filsinger (PMI) experienced the hydroplastic properties of clays in the NCW ceramics studio.
CST hosted a screening of the Amazon Prime film ‘A Million Miles Away’.
The CST proudly hosted the fourth installment of “Origami Engineering" on Thursday, November 30th.
Black holes and neutrinos were on "on tap" at the November Astro on Tap at Trenton Social.
This year’s RadLab series continued with some exciting and well-attended programs.
Teo Grosu ‘25 gave an excellent talk to the Princeton Astrophysical Sciences Department on his research as part of the department’s weekly ‘Thunch’ talk series.
CST hosted two events in the Brainy Bites series on the science and cultural significance of Kimchi.
Experienced and beginner embroiderers enjoyed a special edition of Analog Hour on Tuesday entitled Embirdery, focused on embroidering local birds.
We had another great night of Astronomy on Tap Trenton on October 18th with a full house and two inspiring talks by Erin Flowers and Josh Winn.
It was a full house at Trenton Social, with a crowd of Astronomy on Tap veterans and new recruits.
During Analog Hour, students hand-embroidered scientific images on canvas, and engaged in insightful discussions.
Lab Tales alumni went to the event that started it all - Odd Salon NYC: HALLOW! The Odd Salon is a story-telling event that features “maps, boats, and SCIENCE!”.
Princeton undergraduate students joined a panel of women faculty from various STEM backgrounds in our annual Women in STEM panel on September 7th.
On August 9, 2023, CST’s interdisciplinary approach to courses and programs was highlighted in a Princeton homepage article entitled, "What makes an engineer a Princeton engineer?" written by…
This summer, the CST hosted three science storytelling workshops to help researchers share their work with a wide variety of audiences. Lab Tales welcomed 20 doctoral and postdoctoral researchers from Princeton and other universities. The participants…
CST’s Assistant Directors, Vivian Feng, and Craig Marshall, hosted a Trekking Through Technical Texts workshop for students participating in Princeton’s Freshman Scholars Institute (FSI) summer program.
Veronica White, curator of teaching and learning of Princeton Art Museum and Penelope Georges of the CST were featured in the Summer 2023 issue of the PU Art Museum Magazine.
The CST co-sponsored a private screening of Oppenheimer at the Princeton Garden Theatre along with the Center for Collaborative History and the Program on Science and Global Security.