Body Builders: A Freshman Seminar Full of Fun Surprises
Dec. 16, 2021

Students from the freshman seminar Body Builders wrapped up the fall semester this week. Over the course of the semester, students surveyed recent advances in biotechnology and created bioart representations of those concepts.  The course ended with a public exhibition of student works, which included garments created using sustainable…

Animal Puzzle Gift Making Workshop
Dec. 15, 2021

Last Thursday, CST student technicians cut out over 60 animal puzzles using StudioLab’s laser cutter. Attendees chose from a collection of available designs and then observed the fabrication process. The tiger was the most popular design (not surprising) while the duck came in at a close second (interesting). If you missed the event and want to…

A Whole ~Latte~ Fun at Brainy Bites
Dec. 15, 2021

On December 7, the CST’s new event series, Brainy Bites, made its debut! This program aims to bring science to the forefront of conversations about foods that we may interact with every day but seldom take a moment to think about, and what a better way to kick off the series than with some coffee. By collaborating with the phenomenal, student…

Student Advisory Board Kicks Off the Academic Year!
Dec. 1, 2021

In the second week of November, the CST’s Student Advisory Board (SAB) gathered for its first meeting of the 2021-2022 academic year! Over a high-energy dinner, student board members had the opportunity…

Evnin Lecture 2021: Calling Bullsh*t: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World
Nov. 28, 2021

On Tuesday March 30, 2021, Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom of the University of Washington, co-authors of Calling Bullsh*t: The Art of Skepticism in a Digital World, delivered the Anthony B. Evnin Lecture, virtually. In the video below,…

Diversifying STEM Curriculum Keynote
Nov. 16, 2021

On October 28th, Prof. Stefana Parascho (ARC) and Dr. Sami Kahn (CST) presented a virtual keynote at the Technical University of Munich’s School of Engineering and…

MakeNet Fall Crawl
Nov. 16, 2021

On the Thursday before Halloween, Princeton students trekked across campus to visit the University's creative technology spaces in hopes of winning fabulous prizes. The occasion was MakeNet's first ever event, appropriately titled Fall Crawl. StudioLab participated, of course, and we had a fantastic time. 

Archaeology as History
Oct. 27, 2021

The students in FRS165 “Archaeology as History” completed their course excavation during midterm week. Students working in small teams will then analyze and write up their results of a mock burial from late-Roman Britain, which included artifacts, environmental materials, and…

Jasmine Lu '21 Winner of 2021 Pope Prize
Oct. 13, 2021

Jasmine Lu '21 was named the 2021 recipient of the Pope Prize for Science Writing.

Rocketry Club Meets in StudioLab
Oct. 12, 2021

 

Join the Princeton Rocketry Club when they meet in the StudioLab!

Musical Instruments, Sound, Perception and Creativity
Oct. 12, 2021

In STC/MUS 204 this week, students built overtone flutes with PVC pipes.

Body Builders: A Freshman Seminar Full of Fun Surprises
Oct. 6, 2021

Twice a week, Dr. Penelope Georges’s students challenge their understanding of scientific thought by visualizing it through an artistic lens, and vice versa.

Physics for Future Leaders
Sept. 29, 2021

During last week’s PHY 115B/STC 115B  class, Dr. Jason Puchalla (PHY) engaged students in meaningful activities that merged the physics of energy with social justice.

Students flock to StudioLab Open House
Sept. 15, 2021

Munching on tacos and greeting friends old and new, nearly 100 members of the Princeton University community attended the CST StudioLab Open House on Thursday, Sept. 9. Visitors toured the 2500 sq. ft. space, which offers a range of…

Tool Training Now Open
Sept. 14, 2021

After eighteen months of being closed, StudioLab is now open for trainings!

CST StudioLab Artistic/Technical Manager, Brendan Byrne, has been working hard to ready the space and the staff for the new academic year.  Eleven new undergraduate technical assistants join the…

Women in STEM Panel 2021 - Tales of Pursuing your Passions and Finding your Way
Sept. 14, 2021

On August 31,Princeton Faculty members and students spoke to students about their unique experiences as women in STEM fields and answered students’ questions about their journeys, mentorship, and STEM at Princeton.

Lab Tales: A Science Storytelling Workshop
Sept. 1, 2021

In July 2021, graduate students from STEM disciplines gathered for a workshop to learn about science stories, how to integrate them into their research, and how to establish a stage presence and persona.

Diversifying STEM
Sept. 1, 2021

This summer, the CST hired five undergraduate student research interns to support faculty in their endeavor to diversify the science and engineering curriculum.

StudioLab Joins MakeNet
Sept. 1, 2021

StudioLab recently joined Princeton MakeNet, a consortium of creative technology spaces across the university.

Voices of STEM
June 1, 2021

In spring 2021, graduate students and post-docs were invited to participate in biweekly miniseries entitled Voices of STEM: Communication for Early Career Scientists and Engineers. Guest speakers from Princeton and beyond focused on

Pitching your research in a way that wows the audience. How to unleash your creativity and discover…
Leonard Presents on Flock Logic at TEDx
April 16, 2021

On March 4th, CST Director and Edwin S. Wilsey Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, 

Pope Prize Application Now Open
April 7, 2021

The Gregory T. Pope '80 Prize for Science Writing was established by the class of 1980 in remembrance of their classmate Gregory Pope, who was a science writer and editor. The award is granted to an undergraduate student who has shown a keen interest in science and demonstrated an outstanding ability to communicate that enthusiasm to a wide…

Evnin Lecture: Calling Bullsh*t: The Art of Skepticism in a Data-Driven World
March 30, 2021

Join us virtually for the Evnin Lecture with Jevin West and Carl Bergstrom of the University of Washington, co…

Diversifying Science and Engineering Curriculum
Feb. 16, 2021

The Council on Science and Technology is excited to announce the inaugural class of faculty fellows for our “Diversifying Science and Engineering Curriculum” Community of Practice.  Representing a variety of disciplines, these instructors have demonstrated a commitment to STEM education and a desire to make it more diverse and inclusive…