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Faculty Council on Teaching and Learning

Rapid change in the areas of teaching and learning at Princeton has inspired the formation of a new Council on Teaching and Learning, approved at the January 2014 meeting of the Princeton Faculty.  The chair of the Council works closely with the leadership of the Office of the Dean of the College and the McGraw Center to develop priorities and identify matters that require extended consideration.  The Council will begin its work by overseeing the University’s online course initiative, pursuant to the recommendations of the ad hoc Committee on On-Line Courses.  Among the other many areas that the Council might address are the following:
 
  • Innovative uses of instructional technology
  • Academic support for undergraduate students
  • Collaborative exercises and academic integrity
  • Classroom design
  • Accessibility of curricular pathways into certain disciplines

Current Council Members:

  • Wendy Belcher, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and African American Studies. Robert K. Root University Preceptor, Department of Comparative Literature
  • Cole Crittenden, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
  • Edward Felten, Robert E. Kahn Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs, Department of Computer Science
  • Carol Greenhouse, Arthur W. Marks '19 Professor of Anthropology. Chair, Department of Anthropology
  • Lisa Herschbach, Director of the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Associate Dean of the College
  • Jeff Himpele, Director of Teaching Initiatives and Programs, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
  • Fred Hughson, Professor of Molecular Biology, Department of Molecular Biology
  • Adam Maloof, Associate Professor of Geosciences, Department of Geosciences
  • Simone Marchesi, Associate Professor of French and Italian, Department of French and Italian
  • Clayton Marsh, Deputy Dean of the College, Office of the Dean of the College
  • Rodney Priestley, Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
  • Harvey Rosen, John L. Weinberg Professor of Economics and Business Policy, Department of Economics, Chair of the Council