Princeton University News Releases


27th December, 2002
BodyHype showcases student choreography, Jan. 9-11 by quinones BodyHype , a student dance company, will present its Fall Show 2003 Thursday, Jan. 9, through Saturday, Jan. 11, at Theater Intime . The show features student choreography set to the music of Eminem, Blink 182, Prince, Linkin Park and Tori Amos, among other artists....
23rd December, 2002
American Physical Society names three Princeton fellows by quinones Two Princeton faculty members and a research physicist at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory have been named fellows by the American Physical Society. The new fellows are Antoine Kahn , professor of electrical engineering; Stanley Kaye, principal research physicist...
23rd December, 2002
Plasma physics lab names research and engineering fellows by quinones John Krommes and Robert Parsells, researchers at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory , have been named as the laboratory's distinguished fellows in research and engineering, respectively. The fellowship program, funded by the Department of Energy, was created to...
18th December, 2002
OIT launching 'ambassador' program by quinones The Office of Information Technology is launching the first phase of an "ambassador" program in January to improve communication and customer service between the office and the University community. Under the new program, an OIT representative will be assigned to a...
18th December, 2002
Chou's research named top nanotech breakthrough by Forbes by quinones Research conducted by Princeton's Stephen Chou , which could greatly reduce the size and cost of computer chips, has been named the top nanotechnology breakthrough of 2002 by the Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report. The report, a joint publication of Forbes magazine and venture...
17th December, 2002
Two receive Kaul Prize for plasma physics work by quinones Erik Perry and Ronald Strykowsky, engineers at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory , have received the Kaul Prize for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research and Technology Development, honoring their contributions to the dismantling of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor. Princeton...
16th December, 2002
Lehmann and Scoles honored by American Physical Society by quinones The American Physical Society has awarded its Earle Plyler Prize for Molecular Spectroscopy to Princeton faculty members Kevin Lehmann and Giacinto Scoles. Lehmann and Scoles, both professors in the Department of Chemistry , received the award for developing and applying...
13th December, 2002
Yamada and Ji honored by American Physical Society by quinones Masaaki Yamada and Hantao Ji, scientists at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory , have received the American Physical Society's 2002 Award for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research. Yamada and Ji were honored along with Troy Carter and Scott Hsu, who earned Ph.D...
12th December, 2002
Kwan wins inaugural psychology award by quinones Virginia Kwan, an assistant professor of psychology , is among the winners of the inaugural Theoretical Innovation Prize awarded by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Kwan, who joined the Princeton faculty this year, was honored for her work in co-writing...
12th December, 2002
Simmons honored by mechanical engineering society by quinones Bob Simmons, an engineer at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory , has received the first Engineering and Technology Management Leadership Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The award was established to recognize Simmons for his strong leadership...