The Office of the Provost aims to connect Princeton's academic departments with the resources needed to best fulfill the University's essential missions of teaching, research, and service. Inclusive mentoring within academic spaces also plays a crucial role in fostering inclusive scholarly environments. Examples of best practices in these areas can be found below.
Inclusive teaching practices empower faculty to foster academic spaces where all can thrive.
Scholarship confirms that inclusive practices lead to higher quality research and greater innovation.
Princeton is committed to helping students, faculty and staff address the most critical human needs and pressing societal needs.
Inclusive mentoring is a key element of building an academic community where faculty, scholars, and students can all thrive.
Princeton University’s academic departments, centers, institutes, and programs are committing to advancing racial equity, access, diversity, inclusion, and belonging within their communities and disciplines.