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Bennett Holmes ’22

Bennett Holmes '22

Bennett Holmes is a current sophomore from Columbia, Maryland, concentrating in mechanical and aerospace engineering and is pursuing certificates in applications of computing and African American studies. This past summer he interned with the Intelligent Robot Motion Lab on campus, working with robotic motion and manipulators.

Outside of the classroom, Bennett is a member of Black Arts Company: Dance, the secretary of Princeton’s National Society of Black Engineers chapter, and is a peer academic advisor in Forbes College. In the past, he has worked as a campaign intern with a Maryland state delegate and has interned with a defense consulting company.


Voices Across The Decades

Saturday, October 5

Hear stories from across the generations on the history and future of black students at Princeton.

Kevin C. Hudson ’97, Assistant Director for College Opportunity, Princeton University

Akira Lynn Bell ’95, SVP and CIO, Mathematica
Linda Blackburn ’71, Retired Senior Manager, AT&T and Principal, Blackburn Interiors
Nada Elbuluk ’04, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Founder and Director of the Skin of Color and Pigmentary Disorders Program
Bennett Holmes ’22, Undergraduate Student, Princeton University
George L. Washington, Jr. ’88, Chief Litigation Counsel, Orange Business Services