Monday, Jan 17, 2022

The break between semesters is a time to rejuvenate mentally and physically and reconnect with family and friends.

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Friday, Jan 7, 2022

Teaching in Spring 2022 is expected to be in person but should there be a need to pivot short-term to remote instruction you can find information on McGraw's teaching online webpage for designing a course for online instruction and creating a virtual classroom community, along...

Monday, Dec 6, 2021

The McGraw Center is joining forces with Duke, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, Michigan University and others to organize the

Thursday, Nov 4, 2021

There are a number of factors that go into this and there are important differences among students.

Thursday, Nov 4, 2021

Q: Finals feel far away, but I know they will come quickly. What can I do to get ready for finals?

Tuesday, Aug 31, 2021

For nearly all students, the past 18 months has seen a significant disruption in the way you were taught, engaged with your courses and classmates, and learned and studied. These changes posed challenges and in some cases afforded benefits and opportunities.

Monday, Aug 23, 2021

Faculty and assistants in instruction, as we return to residential teaching this fall after a prolonged period of online teaching, you will find updated website materials under McGraw’s...

Sunday, Aug 1, 2021

Undergraduates, You can attend McGraw orientation and first week events to get advice about what to do the first week from learning consultants and gain practical strategies for starting your courses off strong by mapping out your semester and managing your time effectively so you can make the most of all that Princeton has to offer.

Saturday, Jul 31, 2021

At the McGraw Center our goal is to provide programs [link to mcgraw on a page fall 2025] so you can take full advantage of the academic opportunities available at Princeton

Thursday, Jun 24, 2021

In a normal semester, participants in Princeton’s Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) would lead dozens of courses for incarcerated students in New Jersey state correctional facilities and one federal prison.