Natural Sciences

  • Ying Wu *96, CHE

    Ying earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton. She is currently the General Manager of Clean Air Catalyst at BASF, serving customers worldwide in air pollution mitigation and air quality improvements. BASF is a EUR 60 billion global conglomerate in Chemicals and Material Sciences. As a business leader with over 20 years of experience, Ying is passionate about solving problems with technological advances and innovative business models.

  • Zachary Schmidt GS, CBE

    "Before I even arrived at Princeton, GradFUTURES helped me secure an internship unlike any I had done before!"
  • Anna Eddelbuettel Hancock GS, CBE

    I graduated in May 2020 with my B.S. in biomedical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. I spent the summer after my graduation interning with the cell therapy team at MilliporeSigma before starting graduate school here at Princeton.

    "As an incoming first year student with limited prior industry experience, this internship exposed me to a wide range of other career opportunities to ponder and explore during my time as a graduate student."

  • Anran Li GS, MOL

    "I really appreciate the support provided by the GradFUTURES community!" 
  • Penelope Georges

    Penelope Georges joined Princeton University in 2020 with the Council on Science and Technology. With a B.S., Ph.D., and postdoctoral research all in bioengineering, her career and education have been interdisciplinary, linking the natural sciences of biology, chemistry, and physics with engineering design. Dr. Georges’s main areas of research - the study of polymer and tissue mechanics and how the relationship with the mechanical environment can drive cell structure and function - contribute to the development of biocompatible materials for regenerative medicine through.

  • Karen Oliver

    I have been working at Princeton in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering for 20 years.

  • Haina Wang GS, CHE

    Haina is a third year graduate student in the Chemistry department. She is working on inverse problems in statistical mechanics of soft matters, where she designs "polls" to molecules in order to understand their collective properties. She is also a blogger and vlogger on science and has published a book on biochemistry for children in China.

  • Brenden Rickards, *96 (MOL)

    "The experiences at Princeton University in the classrooms, laboratories and departmental colloquia and functions helped mold me into the professional educator that I am today. The leadership and public speaking skills that I obtained in my graduate career have allowed me to continue to progress into public leadership positions within the college."
  • Clarissa Ding GS, CHE

    Clarissa Ding is a PhD candidate in Chemistry, where she studies the structure and dynamics of catalytic materials using computational methods and neural network. In addition to research, she enjoys reading, painting and working on data science projects.

  • Joshua Wallace *19, AST

    Joshua Wallace earned a PhD in Astrophysics in 2019 and is a Space Systems Analyst with Stellar Science.


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