In last spring’s course, ENE 202: Designing Sustainable Systems taught by Dr. Forrest Meggers, eight teams of students gained hands-on experience with designing and testing solutions to address sustainability challenges on campus. A summary of the design projects is provided below:
Throughout the world, scientists and environmental leaders have begun to speak openly about the need to better communicate science and policy to a distracted public—particularly when it comes to globally crucial issues such as climate change and sustainable development.
At Princeton University this academic year, the Office of Sustainability will begin its own effort to better communicate what sustainability looks like on a vibrant university campus.
Students enrolled in ARC 311 this past fall were enlisted to participate in a new kind of building project. Taught by lecturer and practitioner Nat Oppenheimer with lab assistance from architecture senior technician Bill Tansley, the course is primarily for Architecture majors in their Junior or Senior year.