Faculty Perspectives

Faculty mentoring and advice play a critical role in graduate students’ professional development. We’ve asked faculty from every division to share their perspectives on the value of building professional competencies via curricular and co-curricular experiences. (Faculty, to submit your profile, kindly complete this brief form.) 

Faculty Perspectives on Professional Development

  • Wendy Laura Belcher

    "Fortunately, the graduate student professional development program at Princeton University provides training in just these types of skills and thus...
  • André Benhaïm

    "The leadership and opportunities promoted by GradFutures provide students with invaluable practical tools that will help them magnify their...
  • Flora Champy

    • Flora Champy
      • Assistant Professor
      • Job Placement Officer (Fall 2020)

    Flora Champy joined the Department of French and Italian as an Assistant Professor of French in September 2018.

  • William A. Gleason

    • William A. Gleason
      • Hughes-Rogers Professor of English and American Studies;
      • GradFUTURES Learning Cohort Participant
    "It's exciting to see how many new initiatives and opportunities for graduate student professional development are emerging here on campus, in...
  • Jenny Greene

    "PTI supports our students not only by creating a strong community of like-minded people across the University, but also by providing a substantive...
  • Stanley N. Katz

    • Stanley N. Katz
      • Professor of Public and International Affairs;
      • Director of the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies;
      • GradFUTURES Learning Cohort Participant
    "The Higher Education Workshop has been a boon for me as a scholar-teacher with a long commitment to the study of higher education policy."
  • Josh Kotin

    • Josh Kotin
      • Associate Professor, Department of English
      • GradFUTURES Learning Cohort Participant
    "The workshop is an important forum for exploring graduate student professional development in the twenty-first century."
  • Elizabeth Margulis

    • Elizabeth Margulis
      • Director, Music Cognition Lab
      • University Administrative Fellowship Program Mentor

    Elizabeth Margulis studies music using a combination of humanistic and scientific methods.

  • Meredith Martin

    • Meredith Martin
      • Faculty Director, Center for Digital Humanities
      • University Administrative Fellowship Program Mentor

    Meredith Martin is Associate Professor of English and the Faculty Director for the Center for Digital Humanities.

  • Erika Milam

    "The Graduate School's Professional Development Program provides guidance to help students develop the skills and competencies crucial for success in...
  • Rodney D. Priestley

    "I have been very impressed with the rollout of the GradFUTURES program, and the opportunities that it has provided for graduate students to receive...
  • Howard Stone

    • Howard Stone
      • Donald R. Dixon ’69 and Elizabeth W. Dixon Professor
    "Professional development has many facets and the Graduate School can help with developing these skills. There are many possible paths to take after...