A joint initiative of the M.S. Chadha Center for Global India and the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
Our Tiger Challenge students visited New York CIty and Boston to see firsthand how human-centered designs make impact on communities.
Meet our newest team member, who will be helping build on our entrepreneurial and design offerings.
Tiger Challenge students enjoy the wonder of art and nature during a trip to a local sculpture garden.
Students in our Program in Entrepreneurship gathered to present the impact working towards their certificate has had on their Princeton experience and beyond.
Two researchers recently visited campus to present their findings on the implications of designing innovations and technologies that have outcomes that further injustice and inequity in our society.
A new speaker series highlights the essential element required to solve some of society's most wicked problems; human centered design built in collaboration with innovators in humanities, sciences, engineering, and technology fields.
The Tiger Challenge program and course gives students the time and space they need to develop and realize impactful projects.
As we celebrate the New Year we take this time to look back on all we've accomplished together in 2022.
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” — Albert Einstein
Innovations and advancement developed by Princeton faculty, researchers, and graduate students were showcased at the 17th annual Innovation Forum.