Karen C. Krahulik
Dean Krahulik oversees international and experiential learning opportunities for all undergraduates. In addition to supervising Princeton's Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) and its new emphasis on Service Focus, she is responsible for the Office of International Programs, including the Bridge Year Program, Study Abroad, the International Internship Program, and Fellowship Advising. Her office advises students from all years of study who are seeking immersive international learning experiences. Working closely with the vice provost for international affairs, she helps faculty develop and enhance summer and semester-long programs and internships abroad, managing all aspects from partner institutional agreements to transfer credit equivalencies. Dean Krahulik works in close collaboration with Princeton's Institute for International and Regional Studies and the Council on International Teaching and Learning.
Karen C. Krahulik earned her bachelor's in religion from Princeton and her doctorate in history from New York University. She is the author of Provincetown: From Pilgrim Landing to Gay Resort (NYU Press: 2005). Prior to her return this past summer to Princeton, she held positions as Duke, Brown, Columbia, and NYU.