TigerTalks in the City brings the innovative research of Princeton faculty to New York City on a quarterly basis. The events feature a panel discussion on an interdisciplinary topic, followed by a networking reception for Princeton students, alumni, faculty and New Yorkers.
Design Thinking’s Place in the Liberal Arts
Mar 30, 2017
Time: 06:30 PM
Location: New York
Speakers: Moderator: Derek Lidow ’73. Panelists: Carolyn Rouse, Chair of Department of Anthropology, Annie Cardinal ’14, Rebecca De La Espriella ’17, and Rafe Steinhauer ’07
Design Thinking has gained momentum in the startup world as an innovative, collaborative approach to problem solving. Its implementation, however, has far reaching implications. Join us for a discussion of the impact of Design Thinking on business as well as pedagogy, and how this strategy will influence the future of liberal arts education.
Smart Solutions for Smart Cities
Speakers: Moderator: Tom Wright ’91. Panelists: Sigrid Adriaenssens, Civil and Environmental Engineering; Elie Bou-Zeid, Civil and Environmental Engineering; Jay Dominick, Princeton University VP and CIO; Mario Gandelsonas, School of Architecture; Maria Garlock, Civil and Environmental Engineering
On December 1, over 230 alumni, students, faculty and friends came out to TigerTalks: “Smart Solutions for Smart Cities,” aptly held in Midtown at the Princeton Club of New York. The second TigerTalks of the academic year featured a diverse group of panelists, all of whom shared their expertise on the problems cities face and, more importantly, on the smart solutions they are developing through extensive research.
Big Data & Little Privacy?
Speakers: Moderator: Mung Chiang. Panelists: Nick Feamster, Computer Science; Prateek Mittal, Electrical Engineering; Matt Salganik, Sociology; Jake Shapiro, Woodrow Wilson School
As one component of enabling Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way off campus, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) launched TigerTalks in the City, a quarterly series designed to bring entrepreneurial Princeton research to New York City. The topic of the inaugural panel discussion was “Big Data & Little Privacy?” and featured Jake Shapiro, Woodrow Wilson School; Nick Feamster, Computer Science; Prateek Mittal, Electrical Engineering and Matt Salganik, Sociology. The event took place on October 6 at the AppNexus headquarters in Midtown.