Geneva Stein oversees the McGraw Center’s peer-tutoring program and works with Associate Director, Nic Voge, to offer a variety of general and course-specific academic support to Princeton students. For McGraw Tutoring, Geneva hires, trains, coordinates, and mentors a staff of over 130 undergraduate tutors and graduate student coordinators. McGraw’s tutor training is based on a reflective practitioner model recognizing that tutors like other educators, can continuously improve and augment their skills. Geneva also trains peer educators and mentors across campus. Geneva received her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Neuroscience and marries her STEM background with learning support by running workshops focused on undergraduate research skills, thesis prep, time management, and the science of student learning. She provides individual learning consultations for students from STEM disciplines and consults with faculty on supporting STEM learning in the classroom through innovative and inclusive pedagogy.
Assistant Director, Undergraduate Learning Program
328C Frist Campus Center