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Princeton students capture photo, video footage of Moria migrant camp riot | Community | ekathimerini.com
Three weeks ago, student journalists from the US’s Princeton University began visiting migration camps and interviewing residents about their new lives in Greece. On Monday afternoon, they were working on the island of Lesvos outside the camp at Moria when... Continue Reading →
McGraw’s Ben Johnston to talk about collaboration with @PrincetonSPO on interactive, digital textbook.
Date: Saturday, July 15, 2017 Time: 1:30 – 1:45 p.m. at WPCampus in Buffalo, NY. The McGraw Center is pleased to announce an upcoming talk by Senior Educational Technologist, Ben Johnston, on the collaborative work he did with the Department... Continue Reading →
Yash Huilgol, a Learning Strategies Consultant in The McGraw's Undergraduate Learning Program, wins Best in Show in the 9th Annual International Eye Photo Contest. Huilgol's entry Guy Fawkes Bonfire–Oxford, England also took 1st place
Sarah Schwarz, McGraw’s Associate Director, was instrumental in conceptualizing and designing an exciting and innovative new Community College Teaching Partnership program that promises major benefits for both Mercer County Community College (MCCC) and Princeton University (PU) this spring.
Penina Krieger is an Organic Chemistry tutor in the McGraw's Undergraduate Learning Program. She is also a volunteer tutor in the Petey Greene Program, which provides individualized tutoring for incarcerated people.
Marisa Salazar is a head tutor for organic chemistry in the McGraw's Undergraduate Learning Program. She's also an undergraduate partner in McGraw's English Conversation Partner Program, as well as taking part in the McGraw-Keller Tiger Challenge innovation team.
Asanni York '17, a McGraw Center Learning Strategies Consultant, participated in a daylong...