Princeton University’s Vice Dean for Innovation Rodney Priestley announced three new programs that aim to build a better future through research and scholarship at Engage 2020, the University’s innovation and entrepreneurship conference held Nov. 4-6. Engage 2020 attracted over 3,300 registrants and featured more than 55 sessions and 170 speakers over three days of programming in technology transfer, industry engagement, innovation and entrepreneurship. The conference was co-chaired by Coleen Burrus, director of Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations, and Anne-Marie Maman, executive director of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council. to read the full story.
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