Princeton’s Keller Center recently hosted a wide-ranging panel discussion of deans from leading engineering schools on the future of engineering. Princeton’s H. Vincent Poor moderated the panel, which included Linda Abriola of Tufts, David Munson of the University of Michigan, James Plummer of Stanford, Subra Suresh of MIT, and T. Kyle Vanderlick of Yale.

The deans discussed five themes at the heart of the Keller Center’s mission: engineering’s relationship with the liberal arts; engineering and globalization; interdisciplinary teaching; the integration of research and teaching; and engineering and entrepreneurship.

Watch the full program by clicking above. Or read the transcript.

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