Writing Seminar Faculty

2016-2017

The Princeton Writing Program is a multidisciplinary community of accomplished scholars and teachers. Faculty use their scholarly expertise to develop writing-intensive seminars that teach students advanced techniques of academic inquiry and research.

All program faculty are trained to help students learn how to frame compelling questions and problems, position an argument within an academic debate, substantiate and organize claims, and purposefully integrate a variety of sources. This pedagogical approach lays an early foundation for the more advanced writing projects students undertake later, including the Junior Project and Senior Thesis.

Office: E024 Baker Hall
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Office: D018 Lauritzen Hall
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Office: S002B South Baker Hall
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Office: D012 Lauritzen Hall
Office: D016 Lauritzen Hall
Office: D018 Lauritzen Hall
Office: E024 Baker Hall