Keller Center: A decade of 'broadening pathways' to positive impact in society

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2015
by Stacey Huang, Class of 2016, for the Office of Engineering Communications

Ten years ago, the founding director of Princeton University's new center for engineering education set a simple goal: "To inject more engineering into the liberal arts and inject more of the liberal arts into engineering."

This purpose was reflected in the center's inaugural programs: the integrated Engineering, Mathematics and Physics course for incoming engineers, a set of cross-disciplinary courses including an entrepreneurship class, and the first annual Innovation Forum. Over the past 10 years, the Keller Center has continued these initiatives and expanded much further. 

Learn more about the Keller Center on its 10th anniversary.