Staff

Janine Calogero
Department Manager


Telephone: (609) 258-4141
E-mail: jcaloger@princeton.edu
Office: 204 East Pyne
Janine began her career in higher education as a data analyst for a research study funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The study is described in the book, Educating Scholars, published by Princeton University Press in 2009. From 2007-2011, Janine served as program manager for the Mid-Career Fellowship Program at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning at Princeton University. In 2011, Janine joined the staff of the President’s Office at Rutgers University, where she managed the Byrne Seminars and recruited and advised seniors applying for Fulbright, Rhodes, Truman and Marshall Scholarships. Upon her return to Princeton in 2012, and prior to her current position as manager of the Department of German, Janine was the administrative manager at the Office of the Dean of Undergraduates. In that role she managed the department’s operating budget and endowed funds. She also managed the annual nomination process for the Moses Taylor Pyne Honor Prize. From her own experience as a first generation graduate of the City University of New York and through her friendships with hundreds of students at Princeton and at Rutgers, Janine brings a deep understanding of the ups and downs of the undergraduate experience, an understanding that inspires the welcoming spirit she brings to the Department of German.



Lynn Ratsep
Graduate Administrator

Telephone: (609) 258-4142
E-mail: lratsep@princeton.edu
Office: 203 East Pyne
Lynn joined the German Department in November 1999 after working in the Politics Department for five years. One of Lynn’s favorite things about being here is the interaction she has with faculty and students. She loves all types of animals and has an especially soft spot for the four cats that share her home with her and her husband.



Angiras Arya

Angiras Arya
Summer Work Program

Telephone: (609) 258-4132
E-mail: aarya@princeton.edu
OfficeP 224 East Pyne
Angiras Arya has been the Assistant Director of the Summer Work Program since 2013. He has updated the program’s data-management system, increased students’ funding access, and continues to expand the range of internships offered. As a Lecturer in the German Department, he has taught German 207, the Summer Reading Course, 100-level courses and occasionally administers the departmental graduate reading exam and language evaluations for Fulbright and DAAD grants. He is also a collaborator on Prof. Jamie Rankin’s “der | die |das” online textbook.

Ed Sikorski DCS/SCAD

Ed Sikorski
DCS/SCAD

Telephone: (609) 258-7528
Email: sikorski@princeton.edu
Office: 203 East Pyne
Ed joined the German Department in September of 2014 as the Desktop Computing Support person. Prior, he was with Princeton’s OIT Hardware support since 2008, and earlier, was at Princeton’s CIT support from 1993-1997. His background is exceptional in support of Mac users on campus and outside the local community. He maintains a WordPress blog Macanix when he isn’t maintaining this site.