Kate joins the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning as senior associate director for teaching initiatives and programs after a decade at Harvard University. Kate received her Ph.D. in Literatures in English from Rutgers University and taught in the Rutgers Writing Program. She served as assistant director of McGraw from 2003 to 2007, helping design and implement the current Teaching Transcript program for graduate students. In 2007, she became the Allston Burr Resident Dean of Currier House, one of the residential colleges, at Harvard. Kate served as assistant dean of undergraduate education in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, then moved to the Harvard Graduate School of Education as associate dean for faculty affairs. Throughout her tenure at Harvard, Kate taught in the Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality program – earning several Certificates of Teaching Excellence from the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning – and looks forward to drawing on her deep knowledge of pedagogy in her work with Princeton faculty.
Senior Associate Director for Teaching Initiatives and Programs
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