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In a normal semester, participants in Princeton’s Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) would lead dozens of courses for incarcerated students in New...

Initiatives

  • Classrooms for Active Learning Find out more about on-campus experiments with new teaching technologies and techniques for encouraging student engagement in any classroom.
  • Inclusive Teaching at Princeton The Inclusive Teaching at Princeton series invites undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral associates, faculty, and staff to come together to discuss diversity in teaching and learning at Princeton today. 
  • Junior Methods Courses An initiative, supported by the 250th Anniversary Fund for Innovation in Undergraduate Education, that offers a small group of faculty the opportunity to learn from each other and collaborate with colleagues in the Office of the Dean of the College (ODOC) to create dynamic, transformative junior methods courses
  • Online Teaching and Learning Visit the home of Princeton's initiative in online education which integrates online teaching with on-campus courses and shares free non-credit courses with the world.
  • Prison Teaching Initiative The Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) aims to reduce incarceration rates in New Jersey by increasing access to post-secondary education in state prisons. Courses in math, natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences are taught by volunteer instructors, including university faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, alumni, and community members. 
  • Princeton Teaching Week A new initiative from the McGraw Center, will focus attention on the University’s commitment to the advancement of teaching and learning. 
  • Undergraduate Experience Student Research Symposium This symposium brings together undergraduates from across the disciplines who are conducting investigations in the Princeton context and provides a forum for students to present their insights and implications and engage in structured, but informal, roundtable conversations with campus administrators.