2017 CST design challenge: Rethinking Mass Incarceration
March 21, 2017

A month long workshop to challenge our perception of incarceration.

StudioLab Calendar
March 16, 2017

Click here to find the calendar of events at the StudioLab or see our…

The Science of Memory
March 15, 2017

CST partnered with the Department of Music on February 24, 2017 for a live radio event on how our minds remember and forget.

CST Collaborator
March 13, 2017

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Art and Climate: Making the Invisible Visible
Jan. 6, 2017

Much of climate change is invisible to us. The “smoke” you see coming out of smokestacks is not carbon dioxide, which is transparent in visible light, but a combination of water droplets and soot. The trade-offs of replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy sources are generally not discernible. And changes, particularly natural changes,…

GEO/ENV/STC/WRI 299: StudioLab: El Nino, Global Climate Changes and Earth’s Habitability
Dec. 5, 2016
“A Call to Bridge Science, Storytelling, and Ethical Reflection…” Spring 2017:  Thursday 1:30-4:20pm
CST StudioLab:  B08 Fine Hall

Astronomers estimate that our galaxy has billions of planets, but the only one currently known to be habitable is ours,…

Evnin Lecture: Embracing Curiosity
Sept. 26, 2016
Mary Roach in conversation with Robert Krulwich

is available to view online.

 

Sometimes simple questions have the most surprising answers.

Mary Roach is a New York Times bestselling science writer whose work has explored the limits…

Women in STEM Panel
Sept. 12, 2016

Members of the Class of 2021 met with faculty and students to learn about the wonderful opportunities at Princeton University. The panelists introduced the exciting world of STEM by sharing their experiences and addressing the audience's questions. 

 

CASCE Update
July 20, 2016

Disseminating the Creative Art of Structural and Civil Engineering (CASCE)

The National Science Foundation recently awarded an Improving Undergraduate STEM Education grant (DUE 14-32426) to Prof. Maria Garlock (Principal Investigator), 

Pope Prize awarded to Rebecca Tang '16
July 18, 2016

Rebecca Tang, from the Department of Molecular Biology, is the recipient of the 2016 Pope Prize for Science Writing

StudioLab Open House for Administrators and Faculty
May 2, 2016

Please join faculty, students, and staff in the StudioLab.  Visit our new collaborative space on Tuesday May 3rd from 10:30am-1:30pm in Fine Hall B08.

Students find creativity at the intersection of art and engineering
April 13, 2016

CST's Spring 2016 course, STC/EGR/MUS 209 Transformations in Engineering and the Arts, was held in the new StudioLab in the basement of Fine Hall.  This new creative space will be both studio and laboratory, serving as a…

Transformations in Engineering and the Arts
Nov. 20, 2015

The Council on Science and Technology, in partnership with the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Department of Music, and the Lewis Center for the Arts, is proud to present a new course: STC/EGR/MUS 209 Transformations in Engineering and the Arts. The course, which will be offered in Spring 2016, will engage students…

Professor Naomi Ehrich Leonard inducted into 2015 Innovation Hall of Fame
Oct. 20, 2015

Dr. Naomi Leonard, Director of the Council on Science and Technology, will be honored by the University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering for her research in the field of cooperative control of autonomous vehicles.  She…

CST at the Academic Expo
Sept. 24, 2015

The Council on Science and Technology was honored to welcome the Princeton University Class of 2019 at the Academic Expo! We enjoyed meeting the new students and gathering their feedback on how STEM connects to their lives. Mike Mulshine '16 showcased the APP that he wrote this past summer - the digital piano! 

CST invites…

Women in STEM Panel
Sept. 15, 2015

CST sponsored the Women in STEM Panel for members of the Class of 2019, facilitated by Evelyn Laffey, Ed.D, CST Associate Director. Student and faculty panelists provided insight to what it was like working at Princeton in a STEM related field and discussed future possibilities.  

Special thanks to our…
The Creative Art of Civil/Structural Engineering (CASCE)
Aug. 13, 2015

The National Science Foundation recently awarded an Improving Undergraduate STEM Education grant (DUE 14-32426) to Prof. Maria Garlock (Civil and Environmental Engineering, Principal Investigator), Dr. Evelyn Laffey (Council on Science and Technology, Co-Principal Investigator),&nbsp…