The Keller Center will hold its annual demo day on Tuesday, August 14, from 2:30 to 6:15 p.m. at the Frick Chemistry Lab at Princeton.
In 2015 John Walsh, at age 34, was busy raising his kids and plugging along in his career as a risk manager for large multinational insurance companies. Then, as he says, life gave him a tap on the shoulder.
For librarian Kelsey Ockert, the catchphrase, “Just Google it,” may be a bit misleading. The popular search engine is indeed the quickest way to obtain information about anyone or anything you want to know; however, when it’s fully utilized, Google can be even more pervasive and revealing.
The charity Robert O. Carr founded, the Give Something Back Foundation, works with seven New Jersey colleges to pay full tuition to underprivileged students, giving preference to foster children and those with incarcerated parents.
If you think that blockchain is the next big thing, then you will not be surprised to learn that a blockchain meetup group has formed in Princeton and that it has already held three meetings since February.
The one thing you can count on when it comes to smart growth is that the ideas about how to achieve it are always evolving.
Architect Kirsten Thoft will speak at a July 25 at a Princeton Chamber of Commerce event on the value of pursuing energy efficient homebuilding techniques.
If you’ve seen Tim Pernetti’s name in the news, it was probably back in 2013 when he was athletics director at Rutgers and was forced to resign amid controversy over the misbehavior of basketball coach Tim Rice.
Ed Han, an author, technical recruiter, and instructor at the Princeton Adult School, has become a master at using the business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn over the years.
Reed Gusciora defeated Paul Perez to become mayor of Trenton, eking out a margin of victory of just 355 votes (52 percent) in an election in which just 22 percent of eligible voters participated.