Anderson, a principal researcher at Intel, is spending this year as the James Wei Visiting Professor at Princeton’s Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education.
“Ken's breaking rules. Classes are not structured in the traditional way," said Diego Negrón-Reichard, a senior concentrating in the School of Public and International Affairs. "Lectures become discussions, and everyone has a worthy perspective to contribute. His teaching style is incredibly personal. He's able to weave in anecdotal evidence to support these larger theories of anthropology we discuss. I chose the course because of Ken's background. I thought it was a unique opportunity to learn from an expert in the field.”