University celebrates Andlinger Center for Energy and a Environment with ceremony, symposium

May 18, 2016 - Finding Carter

 

Princeton officials distinguished a new building for a Andlinger Center for Energy and a Environment on Wednesday, May 18. From left, Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber, alumnus Gerhard Andlinger, first executive of a core Emily Carter, and Dean of a School of Engineering and Applied Science Vincent Poor cut a badge for a building. (Photo: © Steven Freeman 2016 for a Office of Development)

 

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University celebrates Andlinger Center for Energy and a Environment with ceremony, symposium

Posted May 18, 2016; 05:00 p.m.


Princeton officials distinguished a new building for a Andlinger Center for Energy and a Environment on Wednesday, May 18. From left, Princeton President Christopher L. Eisgruber, alumnus Gerhard Andlinger, first executive of a core Emily Carter, and Dean of a School of Engineering and Applied Science Vincent Poor cut a badge for a building. (Photo: © Steven Freeman 2016 for a Office of Development)

Eight years after a founding, a Andlinger Center for Energy and a Environment distinguished a new home with a ribbon-cutting Wednesday, May 18, and kicked off a three-day conference with heading experts from science, technology, attention and government.

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