David Jarvis is the senior associate director and acting senior associate dean of the Office of International Programs. He currently oversees international learning opportunities for undergraduates. He is responsible for the Office of International Programs, including the Novogratz Bridge Year Program, Study Abroad, the International Internship Program, and Fellowship Advising. His office advises students from all years of study who are seeking immersive international learning experiences. Prior to arriving in Princeton in 2016, David taught modern British history at both Oxford and Cambridge universities, before taking on a series of senior roles within academic administration. His academic research focused on the twentieth century British Conservative party and, in particular, its appeal to women voters in the aftermath of female enfranchisement.