about the Fields Center FELLOWS
Mission of the Program
The Fields Fellows are trained peer leaders who educate and advocate for the Princeton community in relation to diversity, inclusion, and social justice through peer-facilitated workshops, trainings, dialogues, as well as serving as an informal support for students who experience discrimination and bias.
What Fields Fellows Gain Through Participation:
Gain knowledge on the intersections of socially and culturally constructed identities.
Learn and engage in social identity development while enhancing group dynamic skills to develop critical consciousness.
Learn to engage in meaningful dialogue while gaining facilitation and curriculum design skills.
Understand power and privilege including the historical and contemporary manifestations at Princeton and beyond.
Enhance leadership, critical thinking, and analytical skills of themselves and others.
Expand their network with various groups, organizations, and departments on campus.
Cultivate a community and network of support within the Fields Fellows group.
how to make a request
The Fields Fellows Request Form is now available. If you would like to request Fields Fellows to provide a workshop/training/dialogue or info session about the Carl A. Fields Center, or program, we ask that you fill out the request form to share more details about your program and request. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Fields Fellows at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hosting or collaborating with you!
Meet the Carl Fields Center Fellows
Erica M. Dugue
Nathan J. Poland
Lauren D. Johnson
Asia N. Matthews
Nina L. Grant
Joice S. Kim
ARE YOU A STUDENT GROUP OR DEPARTMENT IN NEED OF A FELLOW? SEE EXAMPLES OF WORKSHOPS OFFERED THIS FALL 2018! Requests may be submitted via the link here.