Pathways with a Ph.D.: K-12 Teaching Dinner

Thu, Apr 9, 2020, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Graduate Students

Join us for a virtual conversation concerning teaching outside of the academy including community colleges, K-12 private, charter and public school as well as museums and other public-facing organizations. 

We will discuss pathways to teaching and how you can gain teaching experience and support while a student in a Princeton Ph.D. program.  

Representatives from Prison Teaching Initiative, the Teacher Prep Program and other educators will be a part of the dinner discussion. 

This event is part of the Pathways with a Ph.D. series, which provides an opportunity for graduate students to explore possible career paths. 

This will be a virtual event. Please RSVP in Handshake  to get the Zoom link. 

Panelists include. 

Dina Ellsworth, Ph.D. *99
High School Teacher, High Technology School

Eduardo Lerro, *17
Teacher, New York City Department of Education

Jill Stockwell, *17
Director, the Prison Teaching Initiative at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

Maria Nedwidek-Moore Ph.D. *99
Biology and Genetics Teacher, Stuyvesant High School

May Cheah, Ph.D. *13
Middle School Science Teacher and Elementary School Science Adviser, YingHua International School