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education in energy and the environment

Training the next generation of leaders in energy and environmental issues is a key goal of the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment. Students can enroll in Andlinger Center courses (course code ENE) on topics including sustainable design, biofuels, solar energy, geoengineering, and more. Students also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge to practice in laboratory courses through the design of sustainable building system components, such as temperature sensors, and the fabrication and testing of batteries.

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Certificate Programs

The Center is home to two certificate programs. The Program in Sustainable Energy and The Program in Technology and Society – Energy Track, co-sponsored with Princeton University’s Keller Center.

Internships + Opportunities

Browse our internship opportunities and student research funding and apply for 2022 summer internship opportunities.

Spring 2023 Energy Courses

Students can enroll in Andlinger Center courses (course code ENE) on topics including sustainable design, biofuels, solar energy, geoengineering, electronics, entrepreneurship, and more.

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Graduate Opportunities

The Paul A. Maeder ’75 Fund for Innovation in Energy and the Environment supports the Maeder Graduate Fellowship in Energy and the Environment.

Graduate Courses

Graduate courses in energy and the environment include studies in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and atmospheric, terrestrial, and oceanic processes.

Research Directory

From energy policy to solar photovoltaics, the center has more than 115 associated faculty working in various disciplines in energy and the environment.

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2022 Maeder graduate fellows advance research on sustainable meats and clean drinking water

Shannon Hoffman and Joanna Schneider, both graduate students in chemical and biological engineering, will receive one year of funding supported by the Paul A. Maeder ’75 Fund for Innovation in Energy and the Environment.

Claire Wayner named co-winner of the 2022 Pyne Prize

The Pyne Honor Prize, established in 1921, is awarded to the senior who has most clearly manifested excellent scholarship, strength of character and effective leadership.

Students implement visions through virtual reality

A new class jointly offered by faculty of engineering and architecture introduces virtual and augmented reality to students who are not necessarily focused on computer science. The class, including undergraduates and grad students from the humanities, sciences and engineering, will be offered again in the fall.

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2023 Summer Internships in Energy and the Environment

Applications are now open for the AndlingerCenter’s Summer 2023 internship program! The program offers PAID opportunities for undergrads to perform energy and environmental research with faculty or outside non-profit organizations.
Application deadline is January 9, 2023.

Keller Center Innovation Forum

Join to hear amazing innovations and network with the University community as participants present their research in a pitch to the audience and a panel of judges. The event consists of two distinct tracks: Science and engineering innovations and Social sciences and humanities innovations.
December 13, 2022

Learning and Education through Service (LENS)

The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment is part of Learning and Education in Service (LENS), a University commitment to ensure that every undergraduate student is able to participate in a summer internship in service and social impact funded by Princeton.

Applications open: Andlinger Center Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship

This program supports outstanding scholars whose research focuses on innovative solutions to pressing technological, economic, and/or policy challenges relating to energy and the environment. Deadline to submit nominations is December 16, 2022.

Read our Annual Report

The Andlinger Center’s annual report for the academic year 2021-2022 focuses on the Center’s interdisciplinary research and the growth of the E-ffiliates program – synergies, with each other and with external partners, to identify solutions to aid in the global energy transition.

Young Global Leaders at Andlinger Center

“Advancing the Global Energy Transition,” was an executive education program at Princeton University June 26 to 29, hosted by the World Economic Forum and its Young Global Leaders program, the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment, and Princeton University.

My Sustainability Story

Claire Wayner, Class of 2022, left her mark at Princeton University in many ways, including co-founding the Princeton Birding Society and leading a team that won the 2022 World Series of Birding. She’s also a strong advocate for campus building practices that reduce bird-window collisions and save birds’ lives. (Currently, as many as 1 billion birds die each year in the U.S. from flying into windows.)

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Postdoc Seminar Series

New Light: Rising Stars in Energy and the Environment is a summer seminar series

Distillates

These publications cover emerging topics in energy and the environment that combine technological, economic, and policy considerations.

Annual Meeting

The Princeton E-ffiliates Partnership brings together corporate members and industry leaders with Princeton’s research community.

About the Center

Learn more about the building, the green space, and the complex of laboratories that make up our state-of-the-art center.