CHW affiliate Heather Howard, lecturer for the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) and director of the State Health and Value Strategies program, has taught the undergraduate SPIA Policy Task Force on “Health Care for Vulnerable Populations in the U.S.” since 2018.
This is an excellent time to ‘sharpen your saw,’ that is, to hone the skills that will make your academic work more efficient and allow you to attain your goals, maintain balance and truly thrive this spring.
If you’re experiencing this you are not alone and perhaps the following explanation can help you understand the underlying reasons for your actions so that you can re-direct your efforts towards your top priorities.
While Princeton students have just begun the fall semester, their professors have been working for months to reimagine how classes are taught in our new virtual world.
Welcome, Class of 2024, to Princeton – and welcome to The McGraw Center! Our goal is to help you take full advantage of the academic opportunities available at Princeton while also maintaining balance and taking care of yourselves.
Four Princeton University faculty members have been named recipients of the Graduate Mentoring Awards by the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning and will be honored during the Graduate School’s ...
The McGraw Center is pleased to spotlight a bit of good news! Physics Today has a recent article about teaching and learning science in prisons. The writer included several interviews with Prison Teaching Initiative (PTI) students, staff, and instructors, along with quotes from PTI partners at Raritan...
Princeton Class of 2024, welcome to the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, a hub of academic support on campus. We invite you to learn more about the Center below and explore the media we’ve assembled to give you a taste of our many programs and services.
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