Former McGraw Graduate Teaching Fellow Nikita Dutta *21 publishes study on the participation gap in engineering courses

Wednesday, Mar 23, 2022

Nikita Dutta (*21) did her PhD with Professor Craig Arnold as part of the MAE department and PRISM. Her doctoral work focused on characterizing structural evolution and structure-property relationships in solution-processed optoelectronic materials. At Princeton, she also pursued an interest in STEM education as a graduate fellow at the McGraw Center and a university administrative fellow at the Education & Outreach Office of the Princeton Center for Complex Materials. She is currently a Director’s Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado. 

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