The University has number of professorships, preceptorships, and fellowships supported by endowed and term funds, which have been made available by gifts and bequests of alumni and friends of Princeton.

Bicentennial Preceptorships

Arthur H. Scribner Preceptorship

In 1950, a bequest of Arthur H. Scribner of the Class of 1881 was assigned to endow two preceptorships bearing his name.
 

1951 - 1954R. F. GoheenClassics
1954 - 1957J. I. ArmstrongClassics
1957 - 1960M. L. DiamondReligion
1961 - 1964A. C. McGillReligion
1964 - 1967F. L. GibbonsArt and Archaeology
1967 - 1970J. J. KeaneyClassics
1970 - 1973S. F. CohenPolitics
1973 - 1974A. D. WoodEnglish
1975 - 1976R. J. WickenheiserEnglish
1976 - 1979C. MoultonClassics
1979 - 1982E. J. ChamplinClassics
1982 - 1985R. D. ArnoldPolitics, Woodrow Wilson School
1985 - 1988R. S. LedermanAnthropology
1988 - 1989B. NalebuffEconomics
1990 - 1993M. ViroliPolitics
1993 - 1996E. ShafirPsychology
1997 - 2000K. R. MillsHistory
2000 - 2001K. A. SchultzPolitics, Woodrow Wilson School
2002 - 2005S. A. MorrisonMusic
2005 - 2008D. L. TruemanMusic
2005 - 2008D. TymoczkoMusic
2008 - 2011R. Z. DeLueArt and Archaeology
2008 - 2011M. PriorWoodrow Wilson School, Politics
2011 - 2014B. A. AlsdorfArt and Archaeology
2011 - 2014A. B. StilzPolitics
2014 - 2017J. H. DweckHistory, Judaic Studies
2015 - 2018L. AllaisArchitecture
Class of 1931 Preceptorship

Established in 1951 by the Class of 1931 upon the twentieth anniversary of its graduation.

 

1952 - 1955W. M. BeaneyPolitics
1955 - 1958R. A. LivelyHistory
1958 - 1960R. E. QuandtEconomics
1960 - 1963J. J. MurphyEnglish
1963 - 1966P. BenacerrafPhilosophy
1966 - 1969R. L. TignorHistory
1969 - 1972J. E. TalbottHistory
1972 - 1975U. E. ReinhardtWoodrow Wilson School
1975 - 1978E. B. ChancesSlavic Languages and Literatures
1978 - 1981J. P. BurgessPhilosophy
1982 - 1985G. E. DunkelClassics
1985 - 1988K. E. MausEnglish
1988 - 1989M. SmithPhilosophy
1990 - 1993T. TreziseRomance Languages and Literatures
1993 - 1996W. LubianoEnglish
1998 - 2001P. C. KoonceMusic
2001 - 2004B. E. MannNear Eastern Studies
2004 - 2007A. I. WrightArt and Archaeology
2007 - 2010G. M. BlixFrench and Italian
2010 - 2013C. P. HeuerArt and Archaeology
2013 - 2016N. T. ArringtonArt and Archaeology
2016 - 2019M. MeredithArchitecture
Class of 1936 Preceptorship

Established in 1956 by the Class of 1936 upon the twentieth anniversary of its graduation.

1957 - 1960H. C. HorsfordEnglish
1960 - 1963G. Markow-TotevyRomance Languages and Literatures
1963 - 1966K. D. UittiRomance Languages and Literatures
1966 - 1969M. N. DanielsonWoodrow Wilson School
1969 - 1972E. R. TufteWoodrow Wilson School
1972 - 1975G. F. RozmanSociology
1976 - 1978W. C. BanksPsychology
1979 - 1982A. GutmannPolitics
1982 - 1985S. SoamesPhilosophy
1985 - 1988R. P. MartinClassics
1988 - 1991B. ReiserPsychology
1992 - 1994J. KellyAnthropology
1994 - 1997M. CentenoSociology
1999 - 2000P. A. CrainEnglish
2001 - 2004P. O. GourinchasEconomics
2006 - 2009J. R. GreesonEnglish
2009 - 2012B. C. BaerComparative Literature
2012 - 2015B. C. KmentPhilosophy
2016 - 2019J. DelgadoReligion
Donald A. Stauffer Preceptorship

Part of the bequest of Mrs. Helen Annan Scribner was assigned to endow a preceptorship in the English Department in memory of Donald A. Stauffer of the Class of 1923, who was chairman of the department and Woodrow Wilson Professor of Literature at the time of his death in 1952.

1953 - 1956G. T. DunklinEnglish
1956 - 1958J. W. WardEnglish and History
1958 - 1960R. B. MartinEnglish
1960 - 1963J. L. MoynahanEnglish
1963 - 1965S. H. HawkinsEnglish
1965 - 1967R. FaglesComparative Literature
1967 - 1970L. I. LipkingEnglish
1970 - 1973R. S. KnappEnglish
1973 - 1976B. C. Hunt, Jr.English
1977 - 1980M. A. DiBattistaEnglish
1980 - 1983S. ShankmanEnglish
1983 - 1986D. Van LeerEnglish
1986 - 1989V. A. SmithEnglish
1989 - 1992A. RossEnglish
1992 - 1994J. NunokawaEnglish
1997 - 2000W. A. GleasonEnglish
2001 - 2004C. D. DworkinEnglish
2004 - 2007J. DolvenEnglish
2009 - 2012Z. R. ChaudharyEnglish
2012 - 2015S. RivettEnglish
Elias Boudinot Preceptorship

In memory of Elias Boudinot, president of the Continental Congress, and trustee, 1772-1821.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

1950 - 1951A. Warren, Jr.English
1953 - 1954A. Warren, Jr.English
1958 - 1961A. A. SicroffModem Languages
1961 - 1964W. L. NollnerMusic
1964 - 1967C. F. BrownComparative Literature
1967 - 1970O. R. YoungPolitics
1970 - 1973S. MolloyRomance Languages and Literatures
1973 - 1976S. A. BarnettAnthropology
1984 - 1987S. LererEnglish
1988 - 1991C. BrodskyComparative Literature
1991 - 1992J. KellyAnthropology
1996 - 1999E. ReevesComparative Literature
1999 - 2002I. R. NabokovAnthropology
2002 - 2005G. J. BassWoodrow Wilson School, Politics
2005 - 2006M. L. SmallSociology
2008 - 2009S. O. AshworthPolitics
2010 - 2013B. A. HolmesClassics
2013 - 2016M. D. WeissHistory, Near Eastern Studies
2016 - 2019M. J. KarpHistory
James Madison Preceptorship

In memory of James Madison of the Class of 1771, Father of the Constitution of the United States and fourth President of the United States.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

1952 - 1955J. BlumHistory
1957 - 1958R. E. QuandtEconomics
1958 - 1959J. W. WardEnglish, History
1959 - 1962S. Kelley, Jr.Politics
1962 - 1965M. WalzerPolitics
1965 - 1968B. G. MalkielEconomics
1968 - 1971F. S. HackneyHistory
1971 - 1974D. M. JaffeeEconomics
1974 - 1976M. R. BarnettWoodrow Wilson School
John E. Annan Preceptorship

In 1953, part of a bequest of Mrs. Helen Annan Scribner in memory of her father, John E. Annan of the Class of 1855, was assigned to endow a preceptorship in the English Department in his name.

1953 - 1955R. G. HallwachsEnglish
1955 - 1958J. J. CampbellEnglish
1958 - 1961H. K. MillerEnglish
1961 - 1964C. A. RyskampEnglish
1964 - 1967A. C. KirschEnglish
1967 - 1970J. W. Donohue, Jr.English
1970 - 1973W. L. HowarthEnglish
1973 - 1976L. N. DansonEnglish
1976 - 1977R. J. WickenheiserEnglish
1978 - 1981G. GibsonEnglish
1981 - 1984D. BromwichEnglish
1984 - 1987L. Men andEnglish
1987 - 1990R. W. KrollEnglish
1990 - 1993E. SchorEnglish
1993 - 1996A. DonaldEnglish
1997 - 2000D. MaoEnglish
2003 - 2006T. P. WatsonEnglish
2006 - 2009S. GeeEnglish
2009 - 2012M. A. MartinEnglish
2016 - 2019R. J. Leo IIIEnglish
John Witherspoon Preceptorship, Ferris Thompson Foundation

In memory of John Witherspoon, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and sixth president, 1768-1794.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts. In the spring of 1950, four preceptorships were permanently endowed with funds received in a bequest from the late Ferris Thompson, Class of 1888.

1950 - 1953E. S. Furniss, Jr.Politics
1953 - 1956C. C. GillispieHistory and Philosophy of Science
1956 - 1957C. G. SellersHistory
1957 - 1960O. ButzPolitics
1960 - 1963J. E. MurdochPhilosophy
1963 - 1966G. D. PaigePolitics
1966 - 1969T. NagelPhilosophy
1969 - 1972P. E. GrayEnglish
1972 - 1975R. J. SchraderEnglish
1975 - 1978A. S. BlinderEconomics
1978 - 1981D. C. KlopfEnglish
1981 - 1984J. L. StoutReligion
1984 - 1986G. W. MostClassics
1987 - 1990C. AbbateMusic
1991 - 1992S. MennPhilosophy
1993 - 1996M. LarkinNear Eastern Studies
1998 - 2001R. C. WegmanMusic
2001 - 2004E. da Costa MeyerArt and Archaeology
2004 - 2007J. T. KatzClassics
2007 - 2010S. MarchesiFrench and Italian
2010 - 2013D. S. BaldassarriSociology
2016 - 2019J. B. V. TannousHistory
Jonathan Dickinson Preceptorship, Ferris Thompson Foundation

In memory of Jonathan Dickinson, first president, 1747, and member of the original Board of Trustees, 1746-1747.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts. In the spring of 1950, four preceptorships were permanently endowed with funds received in a bequest from the late Ferris Thompson, Class of 1888.

1950 - 1953A. L. JamisonReligion
1953 - 1956J. W. YoltonPhilosophy
1956 - 1957G. M. SykesSociology
1957 - 1958P. J. BohannanSociology, Anthropology
1958 - 1959W. W. EasonEconomics
1959 - 1962W. G. BowenWoodrow Wilson School
1962 - 1965 H. G. GeorgiadisEconomics
1965 - 1968J. E. IrbyRomance Languages and Literatures
1968 - 1971J. T. BaerSlavic Languages and Literatures
1971 - 1974W. S. HallPsychology
1974 - 1977G. L. GeisonHistory and Philosophy of Science
1977 - 1980S. C. NashRomance Languages and Literatures
1980 - 1983S. L. BermannComparative Literature
1983 - 1986P. LombardoRomance Languages and Literatures
1986 - 1989W. K. NeweyEconomics
1989 - 1992H. JamesHistory
1992 - 1995K. ThelenPolitics
1995 - 1998G. RosenPhilosophy
1999 - 2002D. V. SmithEnglish
2002 - 2005M. S. DoranNear Eastern Studies
2005 - 2008A. H. MeirowitzPolitics
2008 - 2009S. M. WhitingArchitecture
2010 - 2013M. J. SalganikSociology
2013 - 2016R.L. PriceSpanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
2014 - 2016N.S. MeshelHistory, Judaic Studies
Jonathan Edwards Preceptorship, Ferris Thompson Foundation

In memory of Jonathan Edwards, third president, 1757-1758.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts. In the spring of 1950, four preceptorships were permanently endowed with funds received in a bequest from the late Ferris Thompson, Class of 1888.

1950 - 1953G. D. W. BerryPhilosophy
1953 - 1956P. H. AshbyReligion
1956 - 1957R. M. LudwigEnglish
1957 - 1958R. B. MartinEnglish
1958 - 1959M. duP. Lee, Jr.History, Public Affairs
1959 - 1961H. PutnamPhilosophy
1961 - 1962W. F. MurphyPolitics
1962 - 1965L. H. LockwoodMusic
1965 - 1968G. H. HarmanPhilosophy
1968 - 1971A. K. ForcioneRomance Languages and Literatures
1971 - 1974A. P. HamoriNear Eastern Studies
1974 - 1977F. RigolotRomance Languages and Literatures
1977 - 1980L. T. White IIIWoodrow Wilson School
1980 - 1983M. R. CohenNear Eastern Studies
1983 - 1985P. T. RobergeGermanic Languages and Literatures
1986 - 1989J. Muñoz-MillanesRomance Languages and Literatures
1989 - 1992S. MackeyMusic
1992 - 1995S. BurnhamMusic
1996 - 1999V. AdamsAnthropology
2000 - 2002J. T. MaClassics
2002 - 2005S. D. KellyPhilosophy
2006 - 2009M. D. GordinHistory
2009 - 2012D. A. ForeGerman
2012 - 2015Y. BarazClassics
2016 - 2019W. S. DobbieWoodrow Wilson School, Economics
Oliver Ellsworth Preceptorship

In memory of Oliver Ellsworth of the Class of 1766, Chief Justice of the United States, 1796-1801, and Ambassador to France, 1799-1801.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

 

1950 - 1953B. W. BatesRomance Languages and Literatures
1953 - 1956G. F. JonesModern Languages
1959 - 1962R. E. KuenneEconomics
1962 - 1965J. KritzeckOriental Languages
1965 - 1968G. G. KrugovoySlavic Languages and Literatures
1968 - 1971H. S. BienenWoodrow Wilson School
1971 - 1972L. E. WestphalWoodrow Wilson School
1974 - 1977P. LanskyMusic
Philip and Beulah Rollins Preceptorship

Established in 1962 with funds from the bequest of Philip and Beulah Rollins for the advancement of history.

1961 - 1964R. GrewHistory
1964 - 1965M. B. DubermanHistory
1965 - 1968J. W. ShyHistory
1968 - 1971J. R. GillisHistory
1973 - 1976D. RossHistory
1977 - 1980P. GearyHistory
1978 - 1981A. T. GraftonHistory
1982 - 1985R. S. WilentzHistory
1985 - 1988P. G. NordHistory
1988 - 1991L. EngelsteinHistory
1992 - 1995G. PrakashHistory
1995 - 1998J. AdelmanHistory
1998 - 2001A. N. H. CreagerHistory
2002 - 2005O. LitvakHistory
2005 - 2008H. TilleyHistory
2008 - 2011M. F. LaffanHistory
2011 - 2014M. CanadayHistory
2014 - 2017W. WarrenHistory
Philip Freneau Preceptorship

In memory of Philip Freneau of the Class of 1771, Poet of the Revolution.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

1950 - 1953E. D. H. JohnsonEnglish
1953 - 1956M. B. BabbittMusic
1959 - 1962C. GuilénRomance Languages and Literatures
1962 - 1965A. SonnenfeldRomance Languages and Literatures
1965 - 1968M. J. H. CurschmannGermanic Languages and Literatures
1968 - 1969E. AmbaszArchitecture
1970 - 1973D. F. ThompsonPolitics
1973 - 1976H. H. FieldPhilosophy
Philip Lindsley Preceptorship

In memory of Philip Lindsley of the Class of 1804, member of the faculty, 1807-1809, 1812-1824, and vice-president, 1817-1824.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

1950 - 1953F. C. BourneClassics
1953 - 1956R. D. Murray, Jr.Classics
1959 - 1960N. F. CantorHistory
1961 - 1964D. D. BienHistory
1964 - 1965R. FaglesComparative Literature
1966 - 1969S. L. KlinebergSociology
1969 - 1972J. M. BrownArt and Archaeology
1973 - 1976L. O. LeeHistory
Richard Stockton Preceptorship, Ferris Thompson Foundation

In memory of Richard Stockton of the Class of 1748, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and trustee, 1757-1781.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts. In the spring of 1950, four preceptorships were permanently endowed with funds received in a bequest from the late Ferris Thompson, Class of 1888.

1950 - 1953J. M. KnappMusic
1953 - 1956E. O. EdwardsEconomics
1956 - 1957E. A. McCormickGerman
1957 - 1960J. B. HughesModem Languages
1960 - 1963K. J. SchaumGermanic Languages and Literatures
1963 - 1966A. R. TurnerArt and Archaeology
1966 - 1969Y.-K. KaoEast Asian Studies
1969 - 1972J. P. CauvinRomance Languages and Literatures
1972 - 1975J. L. MacaryRomance Languages and Literatures
1975 - 1978E. ElliottEnglish
1978 - 1981H. S. RosenEconomics
1981 - 1984P. FrassicaRomance Languages and Literatures
1984 - 1987S. SugarmanPsychology
1987 - 1990M. JohnstonPhilosophy
1992 - 1995R. GibbsReligion
1997 - 2000B. WesternSociology
2000 - 2003L. F. BatnitzkyReligion
2003 - 2006C. M. RouseAnthropology
2006 - 2009E. S. LiebermanPolitics
2009 - 2012T. K. SmithLewis Center for the Arts
2012 - 2015E. A. DavisAnthropology
2015 - 2018M. VidasReligion, Judaic Studies
William Paterson Preceptorship

In memory of William Paterson of the Class of 1763, Governor of New Jersey, 1790-1793, Associate Justice of the United States, 1793-1806, and trustee, 1787-1802.

One of ten Bicentennial Preceptorships: Princeton University established in 1949 ten Bicentennial Preceptorships commemorating ten early officers and graduates, for the purpose of encouraging the development of teaching capacity and scholarship at the assistant professor level. The preceptorships provide an annual fund for research expenses and a one-year leave of absence, during a three-year tenure, for the furtherance of the incumbent's scholarship. In the fall of 1949, sufficient funds, supplementing general salary funds, were set aside from contributions to finance the Bicentennial Preceptorships for an initial period of three years. These funds have been supplemented from time to time by additional contributions and by endowment gifts.

1951 - 1954A. W. SametzEconomics
1958 - 1961E. A. TiryakianSociology
1961 - 1964A. H. KassofSociology
1964 - 1966E. J. KaneEconomics
1966 - 1969S. W. Black IIIEconomics
1969 - 1972A. A. OrtizAnthropology
1972 - 1975C. GlymourPhilosophy
1976 - 1979 R. J. WuthnowSociology

University Preceptorships

Charles G. Osgood Preceptorship (1986)

Established in honor of Charles G. Osgood, Professor of Belles Lettres and one of the original preceptors appointed by Woodrow Wilson, through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1989 - 1990P. CrabtreeAnthropology
1992 - 1995H. HirataEast Asian Studies
1995 - 1998T. LevinGermanic Languages and Literatures
1999 - 2002A. PonteArchitecture
2003 - 2004J. M. PicciottoEnglish
2003 - 2006A. E. SartoriPolitics
2005 - 2008S. S. PoorGerman
2008 - 2011D. P. HoganPhilosophy
2011 - 2014C. O. Okele-AguluArt and Archaeology and African American Studies
2014 - 2017D. B. CarterPolitics
Charles H. Mcllwain Preceptorship (1986)

Established in honor of Charles H. McIlwain of the Class of 1894, Professor of History and one of the original preceptors appointed by Woodrow Wilson, through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1988 - 1991E. SantnerGermanic Languages and Literatures
1992 - 1995R. MoranPhilosophy
1997 - 2000O. P. HastySlavic Languages and Literatures
2002 - 2005V. SchröderFrench and Italian
2005 - 2008R. GalloSpanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
2008 - 2011U. K. MuellerEconomics
2011 - 2014G. M. SalamonEnglish
2015 - 2018J. E. GuerreroSpanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
Christian Gauss Fund (1979)

Established by a gift of the Good Samaritan Foundation, this fund provides preceptorships for outstanding young faculty members in the fields of history and literature.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1981 - 1984J. E. DeJeanRomance Languages and Literatures
1983 - 1986J. OakesHistory
1984 - 1985O. AvniRomance Languages and Literatures
1986 - 1989M. R. GreerRomance Languages and Literatures
1987 - 1990P. MandlerHistory
1991 - 1994E. LunbeckHistory
1994 - 1996K. GainesHistory
1994 - 1996M. WachtelSlavic Languages and Literatures
2000 - 2003A. C. IsenbergHistory
2003 - 2006R. GabaraComparative Literature
2004 - 2007D. G. BurnettHistory
2006 - 2009A. BenhaimFrench and Italian
2010 - 2013J. Y. ChenHistory, East Asian Studies
2011 - 2014E. RentzouFrench and Italian
2014 - 2017P.C.A. KeulemansEast Asian Studies
Clare Boothe Luce Preceptorship (1989)

Established from a grant to support junior faculty positions for women in the sciences and engineering for a period of five years.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1989 - 1994J. CareyChemistry

 

Class of 1934 Preceptorship in the Woodrow Wilson School (1989)

Established through the gift of Pompeo H. Maresi, Class of 1934, and Phebe Cornell Maresi.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

 

1990 - 1993A. B. Krueger 
1993 - 1996S. Korenman 
1996 - 1999D. Kammen 
1999 - 2002D. J. Yashar 
2004 - 2007E. ThunWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2006 - 2009D. E. LewisWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2009 - 2009E. M. Hafner-BurtonWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2010 - 2013S. ChassangWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2013 - 2016J. N. ShapiroWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
Class of 1942 Preceptorship in History (2008)

Established by a bequest from Edward S. Eisenhart, Class of 1942.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

2009 - 2012E. PravilovaHistory
2012 - 2015Y. MintzkerHistory
2016 - 2019R. A. LozanoHistory

 

Cyril E. Black Preceptorship in the Woodrow Wilson School (1989)

Established in honor of Cyril Black, Professor History (1939-1986) and Director of the Center of International Studies (1968-1985) through a gift of Phebe Cornell Maresi and Pompeo H. Maresi, Class of 1934.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1990 - 1993A. L. Friedberg 
1993 - 1996T. J. Besley 
1996 - 1999J. Morgan 
2004 - 2007H. ReyWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2007 - 2010C. DavisWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2012 - 2015R. M. DancygierWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2015 - 2018B. MollWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
D. T. Suzuki Preceptorship (1983)

The gift of an anonymous donor. 

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1984 - 1987A. SponbergReligion
1988 - 1991S. F. TeiserReligion
1992 - 1995J. StoneReligion

 

David L. Rike Preceptorship in History (1978)

Established by the Rike Family Foundation in honor of David L. Rike of the Class of 1927 and two preceptors important to Mr. Rike's undergraduate education, Raymond J. Sontag, Assistant Professor of History, and Elmer Adolph Beller, Instructor in History.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1980 - 1983D. Abraham
1985 - 1988M. C. Stansell
1988 - 1991M. F. Jimenez
1991 - 1992G. Prakash
1992 - 1995S. Kotkin
1995 - 1998S. Marchand
2003 - 2006K. M. Kruse
2010 - 2013B. Raman
2014 - 2017E.K. Hubbard
Dusenbury Preceptorship of Geological and Geophysical Sciences (1983)

Established by a bequest from Duncan C. Dusenbury in memory of his brothers, William A. Dusenbury and Edgar T. Dusenbury.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1983 - 1987R. F. Stallard
1987 - 1990N. Lundberg
1994 - 1997A. Rubin
2003 - 2006D. M. Sigman
2010 - 2013F. J. Simons
2013 - 2016S. A. Fueglistaler
George H. and Mildred F. Whitfield Preceptorship in the Humanities (1998)

Established by Anne W. and John C. Kenny and Needham Bryan Whitfield, Class of 1958, in honor of Anne and Bryan's parents, and in conjunction with their children Anne B. Kenny, Class of 1987, Kathryn B. Kenny, Class of 1989, Julia F. Whitfield, Class of 1986, and Theodore Hatch Whitfield, Class of 1986.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1998 - 2001T. F. LeistenArt and Archaeology
2002 - 2005R. KrauelSpanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
2005 - 2006C. D. BlantonEnglish
2006 - 2009T. P. KellyPhilosophy
2009 - 2012M. E. N. ZchomelidseArt and Archaeology
2012 - 2015B. M. CarvalhoSpanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
2015 - 2018C. N. WampoleFrench and Italian
Harold Willis Dodds Presidential Preceptorship (1986)

Established through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton in honor of Harold Willis Dodds, President of the University 1933-1957.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1989 - 1992M. CeliaCivil Engineering
1993 - 1996M. BrowningCouncil of the Humanities
1997 - 2000O. M. ArnoldEnglish
2001 - 2004B. A. White Music
2004 - 2007J. G. BiehlAnthropology
2007 - 2010A. JamalPolitics
2011 - 2014H. ReimitzHistory
2016 - 2019I. V. SmallArt and Archaeology
Jacob Viner Preceptorship (1986)

Established in honor of Jacob Viner, Professor of Economics and International Finance through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1993 - 1996C. SwainWoodrow Wilson School
1997 - 2000G. MaggiEconomics
2002 - 2005E. T. TamerEconomics
2006 - 2009J. M. RothsteinWoodrow Wilson School, Economics
2010 - 2013S-J. LesliePhilosophy
2013 - 2016D. A. SraerEconomics
James A. Elkins, Jr. '41 Preceptorship in Molecular Biology (2014)

Established by a gift from The Elkins Foundation.

2014 - 2017A. KorennykhMolecular Biology
2016 - 2018D. DevenportMolecular Biology

 

John Maclean, Jr., Presidential Preceptorship (1986)

Established through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton in honor of John Maclean, Jr., Class of 1816 and President of the University 1854-1868.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1988 - 1991G. Marrone-PugliaRomance Languages and Literatures
1992 - 1995E. CadavaEnglish
1995 - 1998B. ColominaArchitecture
2000 - 2003K. E. WhittingtonPolitics
2003 - 2006S. KastnerPsychology
2006 - 2009C. M. GüthenkeClassics
2009 - 2012S. A. OushakineSlavic Languages and Literatures
2012 - 2015J. I. LevyHistory
2012 - 2015E. L. PaluckPsychology and Woodrow Wilson School
2016 - 2019E. D. OberfieldEconomics
Julis Foundation Preceptorship (2011)

Established by a gift from the Julis Foundation and the Julis Family to recognize excellence in multi-disciplinary scholarship and research.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

2011 - 2014J. C. GoldReligion
2014 - 2017F. MarconEast Asian Studies, History

 

Laurance S. Rockefeller Preceptorship (1990)

Established by the gift of Laurance S. Rockefeller, Class of 1932. Two preceptorships for junior faculty associated with the Princeton University Center for Human Values.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1993 - 1996D. PrenticePsychology
1996 - 1999G. SreenivasanPhilosophy
1998 - 2001M. J. LarrimoreReligion
2000 - 2003P. J. DeneenPolitics
2001 - 2004L. F. BatnitzkyReligion
2003 - 2006K. M. DavisEnglish
2006 - 2009T. K. ShawPolitics
2008 - 2011N. C. LeeFrench and Italian
2009 - 2012E. HarmanPhilosophy and University Center for Human Values
2011 - 2014S. E. McGrathPhilosophy
2014 - 2017J. I. KotinEnglish
2016 - 2019A. I. ComanPsychology and Woodrow Wilson School
Lawrence S. Brodie Preceptorship in Psychology (1990)

Established by gifts from H. Keith H. Brodie '61 and his family.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1995 - 1998T. Shors 
1998 - 2000G. B. Moskowitz 
2003 - 2006J. N. Shelton 
2006 - 2009K. A. Norman 
2009 - 2012A. A. GhanzanfarPsychology and Princeton Neuroscience Institute
2012 - 2015N. B. Turk-Browne 
2015 - 2018J. A. Taylor 
McDonnell Preceptorship (2013)

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

2013 - 2016M. MurthyMolecular Biology and Princeton Neuroscience Institute

 

Melancthon W. Jacobus Preceptorship in Religion (1957)

Established with funds contributed by friends and former associates of the Reverend Dr. Melancthon W. Jacobus, Class of 1877, a member of the Board of Trustees of Princeton University from 1891 to 1937, and chairman of its Committee on the Curriculum from 1904 to 1933. This fund supported instructorships in the Department of Religion from 1958 to 1980, and subsequently has provided general support to the staffing of the department.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1958 - 1959P. M. Harrison
1959 - 1961W. P. Jones
1961 - 1964J. F. Wilson
1965 - 1966J. S. Holladay, Jr.
1967 - 1968J. E. Waddell
1968 - 1969C. W. Powers
1976 - 1977J. L. Stout
1978 - 1980M. Himmelfarb
2009 - 2012A. A. M. Luijendijk

 

Mellon Preceptorships

Established through a "Fund for the 1980's" granted by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1981 - 1984L. Fernàndez-CifuentesRomance Languages and Literatures
1981 - 1987J. L. HochschildPolitics and Woodrow Wilson School
1981 - 1988B. R. YackPolitics
1982 - 1989E. SearsArt and Archaeology
1982 - 1988L. C. WeisslerReligion
1985 - 1988S. M. GaronHistory
1985 - 1988J. K. TulisPolitics
1986 - 1988D. L. EschEnglish
1989 - 1990C. KafadarNear Eastern Studies
1989 - 1990E. SchorEnglish
1989 - 1992D. BachmanPolitics
1989 - 1992K. McPhersonRomance Languages and Literatures
1990 - 1991L. Abu-LughodReligion
1990 - 1993J. ShoptawEnglish
NEC Preceptorship (1990)

Established with a grant from the NEC Corporation to support junior faculty in the School of Engineering and Applied Science for a period of five years.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1991 - 1992J. SturmElectrical Engineering
1992 - 1993N. JhaElectrical Engineering
1993 - 1994R. RegisterChemical Engineering
1994 - 1995W. WolfElectrical Engineering
1995 - 1996G. DeodatisCivil Engineering
Ralph O. Glendinning Preceptorship (1986)

Two preceptorships established by the gift of Ralph O. Glendinning '49, to be awarded to outstanding young faculty members associated with the Woodrow Wilson School.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1987 - 1990A. KohliWoodrow Wilson School
1991 - 1994J. HerbstWoodrow Wilson School
1995 - 1998C. RouseWoodrow Wilson School
1999 - 2002K. E. Stoner-WeissWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2005 - 2008A. Lleras-MuneyWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2005 - 2008J. A. TuckerWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2008 - 2009J. L TrounstineWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2009 - 2009J. M. K. LyallWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
2011 - 2014J. K. S. De LoeckerWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2012 - 2015A. GlaserWoodrow Wilson School and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
2015 - 2018T. S. VoglWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2015 - 2018K. Yarhi-MiloWoodrow Wilson School and Politics
Richard Allen Lester Preceptorship (1984)

Established by the Forbes Foundation and Malcolm S. Forbes, Class of 1941, Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., Class of 1970, and Christopher Forbes, Class of 1972.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1984 - 1987G. M. GrossmanEconomics and Woodrow Wilson School
1988 - 1991J. CampbellWoodrow Wilson School
1991 - 1994J. LondreganWoodrow Wilson School
1994 - 1997A. C. CaseWoodrow Wilson School
1997 - 2000D. L. PagniniSociology and Public Affairs
2000 - 2003J. R. GoldsteinSociology and Woodrow Wilson School
2004 - 2007P. R. SilverHistory
2010 - 2013S. TakahashiEconomics
2013 - 2016O. ItskhokiWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
Richard B. Fisher Preceptorships in Integrative Genomics (2005)

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

2005 - 2011M. LlinásMolecular Biology and Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
2005 - 2012C. T. MurphyMolecular Biology and Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
2011 - 2015P. AndolfattoEcology and Evolutionary Biology and Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
2012 - 2016T. GregorPhysics and Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
2015 - 2018J. F. AyrolesEcology and Evolutionary Biology
2016 - 2019M. H. WuhrMolecular Biology and the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
Robert K. Root Preceptorship (1986)

Established in honor of Robert K. Root, Professor of English, Dean of the Faculty and one of the original preceptors appointed by Woodrow Wilson, through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1989 - 1992A. J. McAdamsPolitics
1993 - 1996M. VidalArt and Archaeology
1996 - 1999D. HowellEast Asian Studies
2000 - 2003M. B. HansenEnglish
2003 - 2004F. TongPsychology
2005 - 2008H. LorenzPhilosophy
2008 - 2011K. W. RamsayPolitics
2011 - 2014W. L. BelcherComparative Literature and African American Studies
Robert Remsen Laidlaw '04 Preceptorship in the Humanities (1983)

Established by the Forbes Foundation and Malcolm S. Forbes, Class of 1941, Malcolm S. Forbes, Jr., Class of 1970, and Christopher C. Forbes, Class of 1972. 

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

 

1983 - 1984A. SponbergReligion
1984 - 1987M. HimmelfarbReligion
1991 - 1994D. FussEnglish
1994 - 1996A. SchiesaroClassics
1998 - 2001L. F. MoreiraRomance Languages and Literatures
2002 - 2005A. J. AcresArt and Archaeology
2005 - 2008T. O. WolffEnglish
2008 - 2011M. FaraPhilosophy
2012 - 2015L. L. LevyComparative Literature
2015 - 2018B. E. HerreraLewis Center for the Arts, Theater
Samuel Davies Presidential Preceptorship (1986)

Established through gifts to A Campaign for Princeton in honor of Samuel Davies, President of the University 1759-1761.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1986 - 1989J. JemmottPsychology
1993 - 1996J. FrigyesiMusic
1997 - 2000S. T. TlatliRomance Languages and Literatures
2001 - 2004W. HellerMusic
2004 - 2007D. A. BrooksEnglish
2007 - 2010R. A. M. R. ReisWoodrow Wilson School and Economics
2010 - 2013J. B. GuildHistory and African American Studies
2013 - 2016J.P. KastellecPolitics
Stanley J. Seeger University Preceptorship (1989)

Established with funds from the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic fund in the interest of the Program in Hellenic Studies.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1989 - 1991M. MazowerHistory

 

The Johanna and Alfred Hurley *61 P76 P82 P86 Preceptorship in History (2012)

Established by their family in honor of Johanna and Alfred Hurley.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

2012 - 2015K. GuentherHistory

 

William G. Bowen Presidential Preceptorship (1987)

Established through gifts by alumni and friends in honor of William G. Bowen of the Graduate Class of 1958 on the occasion of his retirement as Princeton's 17th president.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

 

1991 - 1994C. KupchanPolitics
1994 - 1997E. KissPolitics
1998 - 2001S. E. BermanPolitics
2004 - 2007A. N. ElgaPhilosophy
2007 - 2010J. D. ClintonPolitics
2011 - 2014J. D. DownieClassics
2014 - 2017S. DasguptaPhilosophy
William Sauter LaPorte '28 Preceptorship in Regional Studies (1993)

Established with funds from the bequest of William Sauter LaPorte '28 to support instruction and research, with special regard for non-Western nations and cultures.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty positions, established by benefactors, which are awarded to outstanding assistant professors for the furtherance of their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships provide one semester's paid leave of absence and an annual fund to assist with research expenses.

1995 - 1998M. PeiPolitics
1998 - 2001E.H.P.M. KreikeHistory
2002 - 2003C. MarranEast Asian Studies
2004 - 2007A. Siddikou-MortonFrench and Italian

 

Additional Preceptorships

Additional Preceptorships Supported through Gifts
1951 - 1953C. C. SmithEnglish
1951 - 1954D. W. AldenModem Languages
1951 - 1954M. H. BernsteinWoodrow Wilson School
1951 - 1954E. ForbesMusic
1951 - 1954W. A. KaufmannPhilosophy
1951 - 1954M. M. TuminSociology
1952 - 1953R. G. HallwachsEnglish
1952 - 1953J. G. KemenyMathematics, Philosophy
1952 - 1955E. L. KingRomance Languages and Literatures
1952 - 1955J. R. MartinArt and Archaeology
1954 - 1956R. M. LudwigEnglish
1954 - 1956E. A. McCormickGerman
1954 - 1956C. G. SellersHistory
1954 - 1956G. M. SykesSociology
1955 - 1958E. KimMusic
1955 - 1958M. D. PetersonHistory
1956 - 1958M. duP. Lee, Jr.History, Public Affairs
1956 - 1959W. W. EasonEconomics
1956 - 1959W. C. SeitzArt and Archaeology
1956 - 1959S. J. SteinHistory
1959 - 1961W. F. MurphyPolitics
1961 - 1964L. GordenkerPolitics
1961 - 1964A. W. Litz, Jr.English
1962 - 1964M. B. DubermanHistory
1962 - 1965J. FeinbergPhilosophy
1962 - 1965L. F. HoffmanRomance Languages and Literatures
1963 - 1966T. P. Roche, Jr.English
1963 - 1966R. M. RortyPhilosophy
1963 - 1966J. SchraibmanSpanish
1964 - 1967J. K. RandallMusic
1966 - 1969J. V. FlemingEnglish
1966 - 1969W. E. HenthornEast Asian Studies
1966 - 1969C. E. TownsendSlavic Languages and Literatures
1966 - 1969J. R. WallacePhilosophy
1967 - 1970W. E. OatesEconomics
1967 - 1970V. PrellerReligion
1967 - 1970J. E. SeigelHistory
1969 - 1971L. H. BabbySlavic Languages and Literatures
1969 - 1972E. Showalter, Jr.Romance Languages and Literatures
1969 - 1972R. D. PortesWoodrow Wilson School