The Curriculum Innovation is the University's principal resource for supporting innovation in the undergraduate curriculum. With the endorsement of their department or program, faculty members may submit proposals for new or reimagined courses in any subject at any level.
All proposals to add courses to the permanent curriculum, delete courses from the permanent curriculum, or make substantive changes to existing courses or departmental programs of study are reviewed by the committee.
To submit a course reading list to Labyrinth Books, click the link to login to Blackboard, then click on the course title, and then choose the Reading List link. For step-by-step instructions, see ODOC's Creating a Reading List. To contact Labyrinth Books, call 609-497-1600 x 228.
It's likely your classroom will no longer have players for media such as DVDs or VHS tapes. Find out how to digitize your teaching materials and place video-on-demand resources on reserve for your course.
The Council on Science and Technology (CST) provides faculty and students with funding opportunities in support of its mission to foster research, education, and intellectual exchange that deepen and broaden understanding, experience, and appreciation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and their relation to culture and the course of public affairs.
The McGraw Center is the central resource for faculty who seek to enhance their teaching at Princeton. The Center offers a robust and integrated platform of resources and expertise that extends from pedagogy and learning to educational technologies and video production.
The Council partners with engineering, mathematics, natural sciences, the arts, humanities, and social sciences faculty to explore and promote the relation of STEM with culture and the course of public affairs. The Council staff have terminal degrees in various STEM fields and are highly experienced in pedagogy. They are available to assist in course and project design, the implementation of engaging pedagogy, and other areas of the Council's mission.