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.

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Award entries: 
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
2017 - 2020T. G. HamiltonSociology
2020 - 2023Autumn WomackAfrican American Studies and English