Are you waiting for or invited to faculty job interviews?
Curious to learn more about the process and get some advice from fellow Princetonians?
Join us for this special session featuring Ph.D. alumni who are now tenure-track faculty members. They will share their experiences and address your disciplinary-specific interview concerns. Postdocs are welcome to join.
Email Satomi Chudasama ([email protected]) to request accommodations for this event at least 15 working days in advance.
Daniel Floryan *19 is the Kalsi Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Houston. He received his B.S. in mechanical engineering and B.A. in economics from Cornell University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton University, where he graduated as the Porter Ogden Jacobus Fellow. His research is at the intersection of fluid mechanics and nonlinear dynamics, with interests in bio-inspired locomotion and using data to model and control dynamical systems.
Monica Huerta '06 is an assistant professor of English and American Studies at Princeton University. Her multi-disciplinary work exposes the aesthetic life of power through visual culture, photography, and law. Using humanistic inquiry, her work broadens our understanding of how racial capitalism reproduces itself. In both her writing and teaching, history is an open question about how we intervene in its constant recreation or in its interruption. Before her current appointment at Princeton, she was a Link-Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow at the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts and a Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow at Duke University in the program in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies. Her work has been generously supported by the Ford Foundation, the Mellon Mays Fellowship, the New York Public Library, the National Hispanic Cultural Center, the Social Science Research Council, among others. She received her Ph.D. in English from the University of California, Berkeley. She also holds an M.A. in History from Princeton University and a B.A. in History & Literature from Harvard University.
Wenjin Liu *22 is an assistant professor of philosophy at Duke University. She works primarily on Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, with strong side interests in comparative philosophy and Chinese philosophy. At Duke, she is the coordinator of Duke Center for comparative philosophy.