Posted on Friday, May 16, 2014
The Keller Center has selected 14 Fellows in Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship for the 2014-15 academic year. The fellows, a mix of rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students of varying disciplines will serve as key advocates and supporters of the Keller Center's role on campus, while honing their skills as leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators. The fellows will receive a stipend to support projects and initiatives that are in line with the Keller Center's broad mission of "Educating Leaders for a Technology-Driven Society."
The 2014-15 Fellows in Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship are:
- Luke Amber '15 - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Rahji Abdurehman '15 - Computer Science
- Sukriti Chadha '15 - Electrical Engineering
- Emily Chang '16 - Comparative Literature
- Evan Corden '16 - Economics
- Sharon Gao '15 - Economics
- Ankita Ghoshal '17 Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Pranav Gokhale '15 Computer Science
- Ricky Hurtado GS1 - WWS
- Aashna Mehra '15 - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- David Pal GS3 - Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Yolanda Yeh '15 - Electrical Engineering
- Aaron Yin '16 - Politics
- Angela Zhou '16 - Operations Research and Financial Engineering
During the last weekend of September, the fellows participate in an annual retreat at the Princeton-Blairstown Center in Blairstown, NJ. The aim of the retreat is to give the fellows an opportunity to brainstorm and discuss projects that they wish pursue in the upcoming academic year. The fellows also engage in a variety of outdoor exercises geared towards developing deepened self-awareness, responsible decision-making, teamwork, and leadership skills.
The Keller Center is looking forward to an exciting year with the 14 new fellows!