TCNJ will be the site of the daylong symposium “Mercer Makes: Innovation and Technology in the Capital County” to be held on Friday, October 4, from 8:300 to 4:30 in the Education Building, Room 212. The program will include presentations by Dr. Benjamin Gross and Dr. Alexander Magoun that will examine the history of RCA and the Sarnoff Research Center. This daylong symposium, organized by Mercer County, celebrates the county’s175th anniversary and explores its important role in technological innovation.
For registration and program details, please visit www.mercer175.org.
Christine Di Bella, Archivist, Institute for Advanced Study
Benjamin Gross, Ph.D., Consulting Scholar & Curator, The Sarnoff Collection, TCNJ
Richard Hunter, Ph.D., Archaeologist/President, Hunter Research, Inc.
Michael Littman, Ph.D., Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University
Alexander Magoun, Ph.D., Outreach Historian, IEEE History Center
Greg Olsen, Ph.D., President, GHO Ventures
Dennis Waters, Ph.D., independent historian
Richard C. Woodbridge, Partner, Fox Rothschild, LLP
Clifford Zink, M.S., independent historian
Katherine Kish, Executive Director, Einstein’s Alley
Emily Thompson, Ph.D., Professor of History, Princeton University