In Academic Year 2020-2021, fall term classes will begin prior to Labor Day on Wednesday, September 2, and fall term examinations will conclude by December 22, 2020.
We are excited to launch a short, self-paced online course called Into the Archive specifically developed at Princeton by Jessica Mack (Ph.D. Princeton ’19) for Princeton students and researchers.
In recognition of its efforts to move towards zero waste events, The McGraw Center received a grant from the High Meadows Foundation Sustainability Fund to help cover the cost of its kitchen renovations. High Meadow funds financed the cost of a dishwasher, as well as updated refrigerator and freezer, and reusable dishes and utensils to be used...
McGraw Learning Consultant and Princeton Football team member, Andrew Griffin, was honored with the PNC Student Achiever Award*. Andrew was recognized by Athletics for his achievements both on the field and off as a COS major, learning consultant, and President of the Cannon Dial Elm eating club, among other activities.
Princeton is hard academically. Some students encounter that difficulty in their first semester. For others they encounter it later when they take more courses, or classes on unfamiliar topics with little foundation, or for other reasons. But, for all students Princeton is hard.
Starting in the spring of 2020, Princeton will begin a transition from Blackboard, the University’s longstanding learning management system (LMS), to Canvas, a new platform we believe will significantly enhance teaching and learning on campus.
Congratulations to the entire PTI team on this tremendous achievement.
The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning is delighted to announce the continuation of its project-based Faculty Fellows Program. Each academic year we partner with two faculty members from different divisions to advance a specific pedagogical innovation or teaching-related initiative.
Our Faculty Fellows for the 2019-20 academic...
Welcome, Class of 2023, to Princeton – and welcome to The McGraw Center! Our goal is to help you take full advantage of the academic opportunities and resources available at Princeton while also maintaining balance and taking care of yourselves.