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Dear Faith & Work,

What do AI, entrepreneurship in education, and innocence have in common? They are all significant issues in society. FWI is honored to have a seat at the table, contributing to these critical conversations. Please scroll down to see recaps and videos reflecting our ongoing research and collaborations.

Best wishes,

David W. Miller, Ph.D.

Director, Faith & Work Initiative

Princeton University

Reunions Talk with Dennis Keller '63:

“Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics in Education”

May 27, 2023

David W. Miller, lecturer and director of the Princeton Faith & Work Initiative, interviewed Dennis Keller '63, the education entrepreneur whose vision and generosity launched the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education, about ethics, values-based leadership, and entrepreneurship in education and beyond. Ranging from starting a pizza delivery business as an undergraduate at Princeton to opening a research center in Kenya, Dennis has always been a global thinker and multifaceted innovator.

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David W. Miller joins panel "Generative AI: The Good, The Bad and the Precarious Edges":

Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference, Reunions 2023

As part of this year’s Reunions Tiger Entrepreneurs Conference and Pitch Competition, organized by the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC) and Princeton Entrepreneurs' Network (PEN), FWI director David W. Miller joined a panel hosted by Don Seitz '79 on the advances and pitfalls of GPT and Generative AI technologies. 

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FWI's Michael J. Thate presents

"Automating Desire"

at the conference "Many Worlds of A.I."

Michael’s paper, “Automating Desire," was on the regulatory and legal framework of A.I. companion bots. “Automating Desire” considers the legal and policy challenges introduced by the emerging industry of A.I. Companion Robotics. 

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"Innocently Incarcerated: When Truth Is All You Have”:

A Conversation with Centurion’s Jim McCloskey, cosponsored with SPIA

On April 11 at Princeton's School for Public and International Affairs, David Miller hosted a conversation with Jim McCloskey of Centurion, who, since 1983, has helped exonerate seventy men and women who were serving life or death sentences for crimes they did not commit. It was cohosted with SPIA professor Udi Ofer, founder of the Policy Advocacy Project. 

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Above: SPIA professor Udi Ofer, Centurion's Jim McCloskey, and FWI director David W. Miller

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FWI Advisory Board

  • George Bauer, Chairman, GPB, Ltd.
  • Marc Belton, Founder, Wisefellows Consulting
  • Rich Berg, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Performance Trust Capital Partners
  • Brill Garrett '88 S89, Jason Garrett Starfish Charities
  • Pat Gelsinger, CEO, Intel
  • Lou GiulianoOperating Executive, The Carlyle Group LP
  • Tom Horton P15, Partner, Global Infrastructure Partners
  • Dale Jones, President and CEO, Diversified Search
  • Yung Bong Lim '87 P23 P25, Managing Partner, RDG Funds LLC

  • Mimi Pivirotto Murley '76 S72 P07 P10, Leading civic volunteer
  • Robert Murley '72 S76 P07 P10, Vice Chairman and Senior Advisor, CS First Boston
  • Craig Philip '75 S76, Director, Vanderbilt University Center for Transportation Research
  • Toni Townes-Whitley '85, CEO, Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC)
  • John Tyson, Chairman, Tyson Foods, Inc.
  • Kevin Weiss '79 S79, CEO, Sectigo, Inc.
  • Jacob Worenklein, Chairman and CEO, US Grid Company
  • Johanna Zeilstra, CEO, Gender Fair

Princeton University

Faith & Work Initiative

Princeton University

Keller Center for Innovation

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Princeton University

Princeton, NJ 08544


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The Faith & Work Initiative is a teaching and research center within the Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Keller Center committed to exploring ethics, values, and practices of exchange on the frontier of complex social challenges. We explore foundational meanings and promote ethical awareness across our constituencies at every phase of life and work. To do so, we look back—both in terms of the histories of ethical philosophy and also the varying authoritative traditions of religious communities. We approach such histories and wisdom traditions as beneficial for understanding as well as framing contemporary global challenges. With our team of ethical philosophers, philosophers of religion, and historians, as well as our global partners from a range of other disciplines, we commit to this rigorous portfolio of offerings for students, academic peers, religious communities, and leaders in the marketplace.