Technology and Society Certificate Program Symposium


Location: Sherrerd Hall, 306

The Keller Center's Technology and Society Certificate Program is a cross-disciplinary certificate targeted to students, both engineers/scientists and humanists/social-scientists, who are interested in exploring the intersection between society and technology in depth. Graduates who earn this certificate will be effective contributors to the shaping, development and deployment of technological solutions for the benefit of society.

Students are required to present their projects/theses to the program students and faculty at an annual symposium. This provides a mechanism for shared learning as well as for developing the common themes across the program.

The program is in partnership with both the Center for Information Technology Policy and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment.

This event is open to Princeton University students, postdocs, faculty, and staff, as well as any certificate students, mentors, or advisors.  Contact Victoria Dorman to attend.