What drives tomorrow’s leaders? They want their work to create positive social impact!

The world is full of “wicked problems” which at times feel too complex to tackle. Climate change, gerrymandering, cultural heritage and identity, a teen vaping epidemic, and human connection in the age of a pandemic. Princeton University’s Tiger Challenge is an opportunity for students to take on problems like these while learning the skills, methods and mindsets needed to do so. 

This pitch-format presentation will show you how multi-disciplinary teams of students from various backgrounds are leveraging design thinking in their work. Five teams will be summarizing their solutions & services developed over 12 months in a fast-paced, engaging pitch format. A brief Q&A will follow each presentation allowing you to engage with the teams and add your own unique perspective to their efforts. 

Presentation Schedule 

4:30 pm ET - Opening Remarks 

4:35 pm ET - Monty 4 Heritage

4:53 pm ET - Art to Action

5:11 pm ET - If We Can Keep It

5:29 pm ET - Vaega 

5:47 pm ET - E-Quip 

6:05 pm - Closing Remarks

Who can attend?

Open to the public and the campus community.

Registration is required.