Emily Carter is first woman and first Princeton professor to win Hirschfelder Prize

Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment readies for research and teaching with new space

New Princeton building focuses on energy and environment

Princeton unveils building focused on energy, environment

Princeton’s Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment building nearly complete

Andlinger Center scheduled to open February 2016

Emily Carter awarded Hirschfelder Prize for creating a virtual world of new materials

Climate Change – Not a Theory, But a Fact
U.S. 1 Newspaper interviews Emily Carter on “The Green Fight”

Carter wins ACS Remsen Award

FACULTY AWARD: Carter receives Remsen Award for outstanding achievement in chemistry

Remsen Award for Emily A. Carter

Carter gives keynote at Women in STEM conference

PETITION: Stop gender discrimination in science
Chemists call for boycott over all-male speaker line up
Chemists call for conference boycott over all men shortlist
The community protests gender discrimination at professional meetings

Professor Emily Carter to present Linnett Lecture

UCLA to host Nov. 4 lecture on sustainable energy by Princeton’s Emily Carter

Lord Lecture To Explore “How Quantum Mechanics Can Help Solve the World’s Energy Problems”

Emily Carter on “Star Power” (interview begins at 4:42 – click here for the full story)

Quantum Mechanics Without Wavefunctions

American Chemical Society Names 21 Women Fellows

Emily Carter awarded honorary degree from top European engineering school

Emily Carter on Science for a Sustainable Future

Emily Carter on how quantum mechanics can help solve the energy crisis

Graduate GPEC Martin and Edith B. Stein Solar Energy Innovation Award to Ms. Peilin Liao

Carter lays out strategic vision for Andlinger Center

Chemist Channels Her Energies Into Developing Sustainable Power

Carter begins as inaugural director of Andlinger Center

Emily Carter to head Princeton’s energy and environment center

Emily Carter, prominent scientist and engineer, selected to lead Andlinger Center

Gender gap persists in sciences

Backed by big federal grants, far-flung laboratory networks explore the horizons of energy science

New Answer to 80-Year-Old Question Makes Computer Modeling 100,000 Times Faster

Scientists find an equation for materials innovation

Federal stimulus boosts research funding for major universities November 17, 2009 Inside Energy article (Page 15)

Andlinger Workshop Talk June 9, 2009

Correction: U. granted $20 million for energy center

Princeton to receive $20 million to establish Energy Frontier Research Center

Women in Research Computing, March 25, 2009 Blog

PNAS Podcast Interview: Emily Carter’s current research and 2008 election to the National Academy of Sciences, 2009 (pdf)

Carter: Sustainability program ‘timely’, The Daily Princetonian, Sept. 22, 2008

Princeton faculty admitted to National Academy of Sciences

Eleven named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Princeton engineers elected to top academic and scientific academies

Emily Carter was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (April 28, 2008) and a Member of theNational Academy of Sciences (April 29, 2008).

ACS Award in 2007
Chemical & Engineering News, Jan 15, 2007

Chemical society honors two professors
The Daily Princetonian acknowledges ACS award, October 4, 2006

Princeton establishes leading research computing facility
Princeton University website, October 2, 2006

Carter, Russel to receive ACS Awards
Princeton University website, September 26, 2006

Thermal barrier coatings research could extend jet engine life
Air Force Office of Scientific Research Public Affairs, August 3, 2006

Seven Selected for endowed chairs
Princeton Weekly Bulletin, June 19, 2006

Carter shapes future breakthroughs, one atom at a time, one student at a time
Princeton Weekly Bulletin, June 5, 2006

Few Women in the Sciences? ‘It’s the culture, stupid’
Article by Emily Carter, The Daily Princetonian, January 31, 2005
Response: More on Women in Science and Math: It’s the Culture, Stupid
School Information System, February 1, 2005