Princeton Research on Teaching

ENV 327 "Investigating an Ethos of Sustainability at Princeton" taught by Shana Weber, director of Office of Sustainability and lecturer in PEI; Princeton's vertical farm.

Many in the Princeton community contribute to the field’s scholarly understanding of higher education and student learning in the classroom. The following are peer-reviewed papers and conference presentations co-authored by Princeton instructors and staff. Contact us if you have a relevant paper or project to add.

Castillo, Wendy (2023). "Teaching How to Use Numbers as a Tool for Justice," Times Higher Education.

Dutta & Arnold (2022). Illuminating the Role of Classmates in Reducing the Participation Gender Gap in Lecture-Based Engineering Classes, IEEE Transactions on Education. 

Kahn, Vertesi, Adriaenssens, Byeon, Fixdal, Godfrey, Lumbroso, & Wagoner (2022), IEEE, The Impact of Online STEM Teaching and Learning During COVID-19 on Underrepresented Students’ Self-Efficacy and Motivation.

Wang, Malik & Valavi (2021). Increasing Student Engagement and Community Virtually in an Introductory STEM Class, Pandemic Research Symposium.






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