Council for International Teaching & Research

The Council for International Teaching and Research (CITR) seeks to enhance the University’s international programs and to increase its scholarly strength in the study of key regions and cultures for the benefit of all components of the Princeton community.

Created in 2008 in response to the President’s Advisory Committee on Internationalization, the Council advises the University senior administration on the development of strategic and research resources and partnerships such as Global Collaborative Networks, Global Scholars, Strategic Partnerships, Research Partnerships and various other international initiatives. Through networks, connections and activities the Council promotes, Princeton’s international engagements can evolve and adapt to the ever-shifting priorities and advances in teaching and research.

Committee Members

Aly Kassam-Remtulla (ex-officio), Associate Provost for International Affairs and Operations

Brigid Doherty, Associate Professor of German and Art and Archaeology. Director, Program in European Cultural Studies

Cecilia Rouse (ex-officio), Dean, Woodrow Wilson School. Lawrence and Shirley Katzman and Lewis and Anna Ernst Professor in the Economics of Education. Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School

Cole M. Crittenden, Deputy Dean of the Graduate School

Daniel Garber, A. Watson Armour, III, University Professor of Philosophy

Eric S. Gregory (ex-officio), Professor of Religion. Chair, Council of the Humanities. Director, Program in Humanistic Studies

Leonard Barkan, Class of 1943 University Professor of Comparative Literature

Rebecca Graves-Bayazitoglu (ex-officio), Senior Associate Dean, Office of International Programs, Office of the Dean of the College

Sheldon Garon, Nissan Professor in Japanese Studies. Professor of History and East Asian Studies

Sigrid Adriaenssens, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Stephen Kotkin (ex-officio), John P. Birkelund '52 Professor in History and International Affairs. Co-Director, Program in History and the Practice of Diplomacy. Director, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies

Toni Turano, Deputy Dean of the Faculty