Announcing the Princeton Innovation Partners working group

Written by
Catherine Zandonella, Office of the Dean for Research
July 8, 2020

Princeton’s Vice Dean for Innovation Rodney Priestley has convened a network of campus Innovation Partners to build greater collaboration among the University offices and entities engaged in innovation and entrepreneurship.

“This new working group fosters the exchange of ideas and the building of synergies so that Princeton can provide the best possible resources for faculty and students who want to benefit society through innovation,” said Priestley, professor of chemical and biological engineering. “By working together, we maximize the ability of the University community to be of service to humanity.”

The University has several offices and organizations that provide support for innovation as part of their mission. By working together, the Princeton Innovation Partners will provide the following advantages:

  • Build collaboration and synergies among the growing list of campus entities engaged in innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Provide a venue to develop new initiatives and ways of engaging the innovation ecosystem, both inside and outside the University
  • Enhance communications to faculty, students, and external audiences regarding innovation and entrepreneurship programs and opportunities

The Princeton Innovation Partners will convene monthly and consist of the following:

Learn more about the partners at Princeton Innovation.