Broadening and Deepening Participation in STEM
The CST serves the University by catalyzing and supporting intellectual
exchange, interdisciplinary research, excellent courses, and multidisciplinary
collaboration that broaden participation in and appreciation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).  Learn more...
Evnin Lecture Thursday
Dr. Rush D. Holt, Jr . is the current Chief Executive Officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and a former congressional member of the U.S. House of Representatives. In his role with AAAS, Holt leads the world’s largest multi-disciplinary scientific and engineering membership organization. On Capitol Hill, Holt established a long track record of advocacy for federal investment in research and development, science education, and innovation. Holt will deliver the Evnin Lecture that addresses the intersection of science, policy, and public service.
March 8th, 7:00pm
Maeder Hall
Living at the Intersection Symposium
Bill Washabaugh
Bill is the founder and creative director of Hypersonic, a small collaborative studio in Brooklyn that creates kinetic sculptures, new media experiences, and interactive environments. His work blends art, science, nature, and technology, creating sculptures that spark wonder and encourage viewers to consider a new perspective on their environment. Bill has a B.S. in aerospace engineering.   Click to learn more here
See more on Friday, April 13th at the
Creativity in the StudioLab
Noah Rose, postdoc in the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, used the StudioLab lasercutter to make an enclosure for his mosquitos. He is studying mosquito evolution, genomics, and the neuronal basis of their behavior. The mosquitos like to hang onto rough surfaces (rather than smooth, slippery plastic), so he laser-engraved stripes on all the inner enclosure walls. The mosquitos appear to like hanging off of the stripes.
StudioLab
StudioLab Workshop
Learn how to use a vector art program to convert a hand-drawn sketch or signature into a laser-cut object.
Bring your laptop!
Friday, March 9th
Workshop 11:00am-1:30pm
Open Hours 11:00am-4:00pm
Food and Drinks will be served
*open to the public*

StudioLab Open Hours!
Monday 4:45pm-9:45pm
Thursday 4:30pm-10:30pm
Friday 11:00am-4:00pm
Calling All Poets
Wanted: Storytellers, Writers & Poets
Come explore the intersection between science & creative writing in a relaxed night with other part-time writers and poets.  During this 'open-mike' night, you're welcome to read aloud your favorite piece of writing about science (whether it's a poem or a particularly poetic lab report). You can also grab a glass of something, sip, and listen to the sounds of science. For more information, click here...
Funding Opportunities
Student SAFE Funding:
The Council on Science and Technology (CST) offers funding for students through SAFE, the Student Activity Funding Engine. This funding is available to all Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students.
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