Caroline McHugh-Sitren

Grants Management Support Services
Grants Manager
Office Phone
Fisher Hall, B-14

Caroline McHugh Sitren provides pre and post award administration for several academic units within Shared Services.



Caroline has worked in all facets of research administration prior to joining Princeton’s shared services team. As an experienced Grant Administrator with a demonstrated history of working in higher education; Caroline is skilled at outlining project scopes, managing timelines, and deadlines. Caroline has managed daily operations, while implementing institutional and sponsored procedures, and policy. Additionally, forecasting project budgets with an overall strategic plan for sponsored awards in her previous roles. Caroline enjoys implementing best practices through collaboration, being a team player, and keeping an open-mind. Previously, at Rutgers University for 7 years, NJCU for 4 years, and a non-profit in Philadelphia for 2 years within a variety of grant management roles. 



  • B.A., Double Major History and Political Science (double minor in Art History and Women and Gender Studies), Rutgers University
  • M.A., International Education, area focus HIV/AIDS education in South Africa (Mixed Methods), New York University
  • Ed.S., Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Rutgers University


  • Princeton University HR, Management Development Certificate
  • CITI Certification
  • Project Management Certification


  • Grant Managers Group


  • Running, Hiking, Travel, Genealogical Research


Liaison To 

Sitewide Category
Dean for Research - 51700 - DFR
Dean of the College - 51200 - DOC
Dean of the Faculty - 51100 - DOF
Dean of Undergraduate Students - 50300 - DUS
Graduate School - 50600 - DGS
Graduate School Fellowships - 40000 - DGS
Hellenic Studies - 26400 - HLS
History - 22300 - HIS
History of Science - 22400 - HOS
Latin American Studies Program - 27900 - LAS
McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning - 51300 - DOC
Office of the Provost - 51000 - PRV
Pace Center - 50400 - PCE
Papers of Thomas Jefferson - 27700 - PTJ
Politics - 22500 - POL
Slavic Languages and Literature - 21500 - SLA
Teacher Preparation - 30500 - DOC