Graduate Teaching Fellows


Graduate Teaching Fellows Application

The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning invites applications from exceptional Princeton graduate student teachers from all disciplines to lead the upcoming Orientation to Teaching for new assistants in instruction (AI Orientation).

Past McGraw Graduate Teaching Fellows have found that this role provides an excellent opportunity to gain additional teaching experience while reflecting on and enhancing one’s development as a teacher, all of which can be helpful for both academic and non-academic job searches. Successful candidates will demonstrate a passion for teaching, a commitment to helping new teachers, and a willingness to collaborate in support of teaching and learning at Princeton.

We are particularly interested in candidates who:

  • have experience or interest in research-based teaching strategies and active learning
  • are aware of or interested in learning more about best practices for inclusive teaching
  • bring a diverse array of perspectives to the role and are prepared to help develop workshops and resources on one or more of the following:
    • Creating an Inclusive Classroom
    • Teaching in the American Classroom (especially for International AIs)
    • Leading Discussions in Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Leading Discussions in Science and Engineering
    • Effective Teaching in the Lab
    • Teaching Problem Solving
    • Acting as a liaison between your department and McGraw
    • Participating in the continuous improvement, modification, and execution of the new hybrid teaching orientation

Fellows must be available to participate in 3 summer training workshops (dates TBD, but the first round will occur in May) and fall Orientation (September 1st and 2nd 2022). It is expected that fellows will participate in both fall and spring Orientations if at all possible. Fellows may be invited to train for additional work (collaborating on workshops, consultations, and/or observations) during the academic year, but no ongoing commitment during the semester is required.

Compensation is based on a rate of $20/hour, including time spent in training and preparation.

To apply, using the McGraw Center's Graduate Teaching Fellows Application form, please submit a brief cover letter explaining your interest in the position and CV which includes your teaching experience (including experience as an AI at Princeton). Application review and interviews will take place on a rolling basis until open spots are filled (generally, all spots are filled by May). Apply ASAP for fullest consideration.

Please note that we seek broad departmental representation among the Grad Fellows, so where we have returning staff we may not be able to hire in all departments.

Questions? Contact Sarah Schwarz at sschwarz@princeton.edu.


 

Yuzhou Bai
East Asian Studies
Julia Borowski
Chemistry
Alessio Caruso
Chemistry
Gage DeZoort
Physics
Saadia El Karfi
French and Italian
Dan Ewert
History
Yangyou Fang
Spanish and Portuguese
Nathan Gibson
Politics
Rohit Gupta
Spanish and Portuguese
Jessi Hennacy
Molecular Biology
Moriah Hughes
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Paul Kaneelil
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Mari Kawakatsu
Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
Jennifer Lam
Computer Science
Thomas Lambert
Philosophy
Sadhika Malladi
Computer Science
Laura Matthews
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Dan McGee
Economics
Kira Mitchel
Molecular Biology
Mira Nencheva
Psychology
Rosalyn Price Waldman
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Samin Rashidbeigi
Near Eastern Studies
Victoria J.H. Ritvo
Psychology
Holt Sakai
Chemistry
Amlan Sinha
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Ross Teixeira
Computer Science
David Villalobos-Paz
Mathematics
Tony Ye
Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Jamie Zhan
Molecular Biology