Andrew Finn recently finished a Ph.D. in English, focusing on late medieval religious literature and critical theory. During his PhD, Andrew was also a dedicated campus leader, working closely with a wide range of faculty, administrators, and staff to develop programs, policies, and initiatives that support graduate students across the disciplines. He is the immediate past president of the Graduate Student Government and a former University Administrative Fellow with both Princeton Research Day and the Department of English. In collaboration with Josh Kotin and James Van Wyck, he worked to revamp communications processes within his home department. His legacy at Princeton also includes the creation of the Buddies Mentoring Program. He also served on the English Department’s Graduate Action Committee as the Academic Affairs Chair, on GSG as Academic Affairs Chair, and on the Wintersession Advisory Committee. He is a recipient of the Princeton University Service Award for exceeding the typical expectations of Graduate Student Government Executive Board members in helping Princeton University tackle the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
2023 Clio Hall Award Recipient Andrew Finn to be Honored at the GradFUTURES Forum
April 6, 2023