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  • Lisa Kraege GS, ENG

    Lisa is a PhD candidate in the English department, studying the relationship between poetry and place.

    "I'm a University Administrative Fellow with the Research Services department at the Library. I'm excited to learn about the inner workings of the library and how the librarians work with scholars and students to further their own work. I was drawn to the UAF program precisely because it offers the chance to combine professional experience with academic experience--it's really geared towards students."

  • Meredith Martin

    Meredith Martin is Associate Professor of English and the Faculty Director for the Center for Digital Humanities. She works on the history of poetic forms, educational and disciplinary history, historical poetics, and historical prosody.

    She is also a mentor in the University Administrative Fellowship Program.

  • Camey VanSant *20, ENG

    Camey VanSant is Postdoctoral Fellow and Communications Lead at the Center for Digital Humanities. She earned her Ph.D. in English from Princeton in April 2020. Her research explores how the nineteenth-century British novel engages with changes in nationality law. She began working at CDH in February, as part of the PGRA (Postgraduate Research Associate) Program.

  • Carol Barash *89, ENG

    Award-winning author, educator, and entrepreneur Carol Barash holds degrees from Yale (BA, summa cum laude), UVa (MA), and Princeton (Ph.D.) and has spent 20+ years innovating EdTech.

  • Ann Kirschner *78, ENG

    Ann Kirschner is University Professor at The City University of New York, the nation's largest urban university, and a faculty fellow at the Futures Initiatives at the CUNY Graduate Center. She was the Dean of Macaulay Honors College at CUNY, and founding director of the Women in Technology and Entrepreneurship (WiTNY) initiative with Cornell Tech.

  • Janet Chow GS, ENG

    "The Community College Teaching Fellowship completely changed the way I think about accessibility and pedagogy, for which I’ll always be deeply thankful."
  • Wendy Laura Belcher

    "Fortunately, the graduate student professional development program at Princeton University provides training in just these types of skills and thus is an essential part of graduate student success now and in the future."
  • Josh Kotin

    "The workshop is an important forum for exploring graduate student professional development in the twenty-first century."
  • William A. Gleason

    "It's exciting to see how many new initiatives and opportunities for graduate student professional development are emerging here on campus, in communication, teaching, leadership, wellness, career management, and other crucial areas."

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