Announcing the TLT Summer Participants

We are pleased to announce the participants for this summer's Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) workshops. These faculty members will meet for three days in May and June to explore various ways to address teaching challenges using technology, with the support of staff members from CNDLS, the Gelardin New Media Center, and Lauinger Library. Rogaia Abusharaf, School of Foreign Service, Qatar Huda Al-Mufti, Arabic and Islamic Studies Richard Anderson, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding Asoka Bandarage, Sociology Caetlin Benson-Allott, English Matthew Burstein, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Rodney Collins, Anthropology Nancy Crego, Nursing and Health Studies Emily Francomano, Spanish and Portuguese Jennifer Huang, Nursing and Health Studies Jennifer Lubkin, Center for Language Education and Development Dana Luciano, English Sue Mulroney, Medical Center Sylvia ├ľnder, Turkish Kathleen Schroeder, Kennedy Institute of Ethics Betsy Sigman, McDonough School of Business Debra Sivigny, Performing Arts Sherry Steeley, Center for Language Education and Development Betsi Stephen, School of Foreign Service Sarah Stiles, Sociology Karine Walther, School of Foreign Service, Qatar Jennifer Woolard, Psychology Mohamed Zayani, School of Foreign Service, Qatar We are especially pleased to see such a wide range of disciplines represented in this group of faculty and look forward to working with all of the participants. Stay tuned for updates on their projects!

We are pleased to announce the participants for this summer's Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) workshops. These faculty members will meet for three days in May and June to explore various ways to address teaching challenges using technology, with the support of staff members from CNDLS, the Gelardin New Media Center, and Lauinger Library.

We are pleased to announce the participants for this summer’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) workshops. These faculty members will meet for three days in May and June to explore various ways to address teaching challenges using technology, with the support of staff members from CNDLS, the Gelardin New Media Center, and Lauinger Library.

Rogaia Abusharaf, School of Foreign Service, Qatar
Huda Al-Mufti, Arabic and Islamic Studies
Richard Anderson, Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
Asoka Bandarage, Sociology
Caetlin Benson-Allott, English
Matthew Burstein, Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Rodney Collins, Anthropology
Nancy Crego, Nursing and Health Studies
Emily Francomano, Spanish and Portuguese
Jennifer Huang, Nursing and Health Studies
Jennifer Lubkin, Center for Language Education and Development
Dana Luciano, English
Sue Mulroney, Medical Center
Sylvia ├ľnder, Turkish
Kathleen Schroeder, Kennedy Institute of Ethics
Betsy Sigman, McDonough School of Business
Debra Sivigny, Performing Arts
Sherry Steeley, Center for Language Education and Development
Betsi Stephen, School of Foreign Service
Sarah Stiles, Sociology
Karine Walther, School of Foreign Service, Qatar
Jennifer Woolard, Psychology
Mohamed Zayani, School of Foreign Service, Qatar

We are especially pleased to see such a wide range of disciplines represented in this group of faculty and look forward to working with all of the participants. Stay tuned for updates on their projects!