Trisha Thorme has been with ProCES since 2000 and is passionate about using knowledge for social change. Before coming to Princeton she directed the Landis Community Outreach Center at Lafayette College and served as a part-time lecturer there. She holds degrees in anthropology from Yale and Cornell, and her recent work explores how students, faculty members and communities change as a result of community-based research.
University Administrative Fellowship Mentor
Maureen Killeen, manager of finance and administration, Department of Art and Archaeology, previously worked in the University Center for Human Values, Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, Politics Department, Program in American Studies, and Office of the Registrar. Her current responsibilities in A&A include academic administration, staff supervision, and financial management. She especially enjoys the components of the position that involve project management or thinking through a new program or approach from various perspectives.
As the arts & humanities writer at Princeton University, I write and produce stories in multiple formats that illuminate the infinite possibilities of the Princeton experience.
Matthew C. Weiner, Ph.D. is an Associate Dean in the Office of Religious Life. He oversees many programs including the Religious Life Council, Hidden Chaplains, and Faith Based Internships. He is the Principal Investigator (with Stanley N. Katz) for the Religion and Forced Migration Initiative, funded in part by the Henry Luce Foundation. He leads Live Music Meditation in partnership with Princeton University Concerts, and has written about public religion for The New York Times, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and The Wall Street Journal.
- Dominick holds a Ph.D. in information science and a B.S. in mathematical sciences from UNC Chapel Hill, an M.B.A from Wake Forest University and an M.A. from Georgetown University.
- Rob Tempio acquires and edits books for PUP in the areas of philosophy, political theory, and the ancient world (classics, ancient history, and archaeology).
Kira O'Brien is a Program Coordinator at the Pace Center, where she focuses on helping students make connections between immersive service experiences, academics, and their future trajectories. She is the staff adviser for the John C. Bogle ’51 Fellows in Civic Service, Guggenheim Internships in Criminal Justice, and Davis Projects for Peace. She also works with Service Focus to advise sophomore cohorts and juniors/seniors serving as peer mentors.
Jason Klugman is the director of the Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP). PUPP is a comprehensive college preparation initiative that serves low-income, high achieving students from five Mercer County high schools. Jason co-leads the Greater Trenton College Access Network and is a lecturer in Princeton’s Department of Anthropology. Jason has presented papers and lead workshops at a broad range of academic and professional conferences on education, teacher preparation, college access and college admissions.
Nic directs the McGraw Center’s Learning Programs, including the Undergraduate Learning Program and the Graduate Learning Program. Adopting a socio-cognitive approach informed by self-worth theory(link is external) and positive psychology, Nic explores the unique educational expectations of elite research universities and the ways students engage with and meet them. Recognizing the variety and complexity of learning demands students encounter in various disciplines and courses, our programs focus on assisting students as they transition into and through Princeton’ distinctive curriculum.
Kaitlin Faherty is a Master of Architecture II candidate and a University Administrative Fellow with the Princeton Urban Imagination Center (PUIC). Previously she worked as an architectural designer in New York City after receiving her professional degree from CUNY City College of New York & the Macaulay Honors College. She plans to pursue architectural licensure and to continue to work at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, and ecology.