Elke Weber among Four Princeton Faculty Elected to National Academy of Sciences

April 29, 2020

Prof. Elke Weber was one of four Princeton University faculty recently elected to the National Academy of Sciences, a prestigious organization that recognizes and promotes outstanding science research. Election to membership recognizes the distinguished and continuing contributions individuals are making to original research in their fields.

Read more about Prof. Weber and the other three faculty in Princeton University's coverage of this honor.

"Weber is known internationally for using behavioral decision science and psychological theory to advance global understanding of and help to alleviate social problems. She has been recognized for her distinctive approach to linking psychology principles to behavior change and uncovering the implications for environmental and economic policy, communications, management, economics and leadership models."