Resources for Faculty & Staff
Faculty Supporting Inclusive Excellence
Volunteer for one or more of these opportunities below by reaching out to any member of the Climate & Inclusion Committee:
- Co-host a student mixer! Mingle with undergraduate students outside of the classroom. Some mixers are themed while others are open to any topic of discussion.
- Volunteer to assist with the Pre-Application Mentoring Program for prospective graduate students.
- Partner with the Princeton Graduate School on the Princeton Prospective Ph.D. Preview (P3).
- Support first-generation and low-income students by serving as a faculty/staff fellow with the Scholars Institute Fellows Program.
If you want to get involved but aren’t sure how, reach out to any member of the Climate & Inclusion committee and we’ll figure it out!
- Employee Resource Groups
- Princeton Human Resources Events
- Many Voices, One Future
- Bias, Discrimination and/or Harassment – Princeton University is committed to creating a safe environment for all members to thrive. Resources about how to report bias, your options and expectations can be found on the Many Voices, One Future website.
Other Public Resources
- Program in Algorithmic and Combinatorial Thinking (PACT)- This is a program with a focus on the theoretical foundations of computer science. Participants are mostly high school students. PACT consists of a 5-week summer program followed by a year-round program.
- LEAP Alliance - The LEAP Alliance is an NSF-funded Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance focused on diversifying future leadership in the computing professoriate at research universities as a way to increase diversity across the field of computing.
- Alliance for Identity Inclusive Computing Education - AiiCE’s collective impact approach to broadening participation convenes national leaders in K-16 computer science (CS) education to transform high-school and postsecondary CS education using identity-inclusive strategies that target people, policies, and practices.