Highlighting advancements in the fields of science and engineering as well as social sciences and the humanities, the forum is a unique program that supports both commercial and societal advancements.
Princeton faculty, post-doctoral researchers, and graduate students are invited to present their innovations in a three-minute pitch style presentation to a panel of judges who are industry experts, seasoned entrepreneurs, and esteemed leaders in both engineering and humanities fields. The forum is divided into two distinct tracks: Science and Engineering and Social Sciences and Humanities. Prize money is awarded to the top three entries in each track.
The pitches are followed by a networking reception where participants can further discuss and demonstrate their research to audience members.
Andrew Chang, Managing Director of Activate's New York community and fellowship program
Evgeni Gousev, Senior Director of Qualcomm AI Research
Tom Meyer, Managing Partner of Alumni Ventures’ Nassau Street Ventures
Susan Schofer, Partner at SOSV
Manish Bhardwaj, CEO and Co-Founder of Innovators In Health, Lecturer in the Keller Center
Majora Carter, Visiting Lecturer in the Keller Center
John Danner, Author and Entrepreneurship Specialist; Lecturer in the Keller Center
Kristine de Jesus, Executive Director, Students Recover
Abby Miller Levy, Managing Partner of Primetime Partners
Who can attend?
Open to the public and the campus community.
Refreshments will be served.
Registration is required.
- Keller Center
- Office of Technology Licensing
- Humanities Council