Evan M. Schneider

Program Coordinator
Phone: 
609.258.7443
Email Address: 
emschnei@princeton.edu
Office Location: 
Frist Campus Center, 201E

Role

In addition to supporting the High Meadows Fellowship Program, by liaising with partner organizations and mentoring current fellows, I oversee the Pace Center’s metrics efforts. I have duties involving campus partnerships and new initiatives, am a contributing member of the center’s student development and learning team, advise the Pace Center Senior Fellows cohort, and oversee the selection process for the center’s service awards and prizes.

My goals for the year included deepening our metrics efforts and expanding how we communicate our findings and data, cultivating and deepening campus partnerships and elevating Pace Center resources developed to support students, and enhancing the visibility of our service awards and prizes.

Background

I have worked in bank processing, government auditing, and have taught English in China. I have a BA in Classics from the University of Oklahoma where I graduated with academic distinction and was awarded Phi Beta Kappa membership. I also have a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary.

Fun Fact

When I'm not at work I love spending time with my lovely daughter and cooking. I'm a very adventurous eater so I'll try any food at least once!

Areas of Expertise

  • Program assessment 
  • New program development
  • Critical and strategic thinking
  • Advising
  • Creativity and Innovation