The Keller Center and Impact Hub New York Metro Area hosted a panel discussion about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within an organization and discussed mechanisms used to promote DEI through practices/initiatives.
The annual Innovation Forum highlights the broad set of innovations developed at Princeton University and celebrates the faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students conducting this impactful work. The 2020 forum was held remotely on September 29th and featured nine STEM and four cultural and societal advancements.
The innovation, creativity, and flexibility of Keller Center staff and the student entrepreneurs of this year's eLab teams allowed an online accelerator to develop six new business solutions this summer.
A trio of architecture graduate students are spending their summer in Keller Center's virtual eLab Summer Accelerator Program, refining their recipe for a British culinary staple, the crumpet. Their startup venture, The Crumpet Society, is a quick-service business model centered on the traditional English griddlecake.