Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership enables collaboration across academic, industry, and policy sectors. These collaborations enhance teacher-student-practitioner interactions and promote technology transfer between Princeton University and its corporate partners to address global energy needs and environmental concerns.
Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership is an initiative of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, which is a part of the School of Engineering and Applied Science, in partnership with the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and the School of Architecture.
Other campus partners include The High Meadows Environmental Institute, and the Princeton Institute of Materials as well as the two federal laboratories on the Princeton campus, U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL).
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Goals of Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership
Goals of Princeton
The School of Engineering and Applied Science is making major investments in engineering and applied science as it builds its capacity to solve societal problems and to prepare leaders who will make wise use of technology.
High Meadows Environmental Institute draws its strength from more than 120 members of the Princeton faculty, representing more than 29 academic disciplines, whose research and teaching focuses on the scientific, technical, policy, and human dimensions of environmental issues.
The School of Architecture is Princeton’s center for teaching and research in architectural design, history, and theory.
The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs is a major professional public policy center at the crossroads of scholarship and governance.
The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, operated by the Department of Energy, develops fusion energy and other technologies related to plasma physics.
The Princeton Institute of Materials is a cross-University research center focused on the understanding and invention of materials.
The Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is a leader in climate and weather modeling.