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

  • Stephen Redding

    Stephen Redding's research interests include international trade, economic geography, and productivity growth.

  • Kim Lane Scheppele

    • Kim Lane Scheppele
      • Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs
    "In these challenging times, it is good to know that someone with a PhD can launch many different types of careers – and that the Graduate School ...
  • 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...
  • Gianluca Violante

    Gianluca Violante is a Professor of Economics at Princeton University.

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