Wolff is one of four Princeton University faculty members who received President’s Awards for Distinguished Teaching at Commencement ceremonies Tuesday, May 30.
Nishikawa, associate professor of English and African American studies, is one of four faculty members named recipients of Graduate Mentoring Awards by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and the Graduate School.
Yoo, recognized with the Collaborative Teaching Initiative (CTI) Graduate Teaching Award, served as the lead instructor for “Art of Comedy” and as an AI for “Sally Rooney and Her Contemporaries.”
Rachel Sturley came to Princeton with a curiosity about biology and a love for literature that started, respectively, in the tide pools of coastal Massachusetts and the New York subway.
Each year the Department of English’s undergraduate faculty select from a pool of rising juniors and seniors and award the A. Scott Berg Fellowship, a scholarship endowed by the Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer A. Scott Berg `71 h.c. '03.
Meredith Martin is the Faculty Director of the Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton which started under her leadership in 2014. She is one of the strongest advocates for GradFUTURES and for diverse careers for graduate students, and frequently partners with GradFUTURES and other campus…
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…
Date: 4/17/2023 at 4:30 pm
Location: Henry House 15
Nola Romey, a Syrian grocer, was lynched in Lake City, Florida in 1929, and his wife was murdered by Florida police. Prof. Sarah Gualtieri revisits the oral histories and archival methods she used to write the history of these events. She brings to the fore previously…