Dov Weinryb Grohsgal serves as the Academic Liaison, managing the relationship between academic and athletic affairs. He is also an Academic-Athletic Fellow for the men's basketball program.
In his role as the Academic Liaision, which he undertook beginning in the 2015-16 academic year, he provides guidance to students, faculty members and others regarding a variety of matters affecting the academic lives of student-athletes, working with the athletic department to manage and enhance the Academic-Athletic Fellows program, collaborating with the ODOC to shape the advising role of fellows in the context of the university's larger program for advising undergraduate students, and working with athletics and the registrar's office on matters pertaining to student eligibility.
He received his doctorate in history from Princeton in June 2013 and has taught at Princeton in a variety of academic units, including the history department, the Woodrow Wilson School, the Freshman Scholars Institute, and the Princeton Writing Program, where he received the Quin Morton '36 Teaching Award. He is a fellow at Mathey College and is an honorary member of the Class of 2014. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Emory University, he majored in history and economics and was a two-time captain of the crew team.