Posts By: Rachael Parry

“So What Are You Going to Do with That?” on Inside Higher Ed

Congratulations to Maggie Debelius, CNDLS Director of Faculty Initiatives and Associate Teaching Professor, whose book “So What Are You Going to Do with That?”: Finding Careers Outside Academia was recommended by Inside Higher Ed contributor Natalie Lundsteen. Earlier this week, Lundsteen – who is also the Director of Graduate Career Development and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry… Read more »

Spring 2016 Research Development Series

Today the the Office of Research Services, on behalf of the Office of the Provost, announced the Spring 2016 Research Development Series for Georgetown faculty and research staff. A highlight of the series will be the Friday Brown Bag Lunches, which will bring federal grant program officers and representatives to the Main Campus to present… Read more »

AAC&U Recognizes Associate Dean Thomas Chiarolanzio

CNDLS is honored to have our very own faculty, Associate Dean Thomas Chiarolanzio, featured in the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Weekly News Watch. Dean Chiarolanzio directs the George F. Baker Scholars Program. Founded in 1973, the program supports college students pursuing liberal arts degrees with interests in business careers. Baker alumni featured… Read more »

Georgetown Staff and AAP Members honored with President’s Excellence Awards

This week, President DeGioia announced the inaugural recipients of the President’s Excellence Awards for Staff and AAP Members. The staff and teams awarded have demonstrated outstanding service on behalf of the Georgetown University community. Georgetown University’s mission to be a Catholic and Jesuit, student-centered research institution is advanced by the leadership and contributions of these… Read more »

GeorgetownX Institute Workshop Series

CNDLS is excited to announce that the inaugural GeorgetownX Institute Workshop Series will take place this November. The event will showcase Georgetown’s unique approach to online learning design, and offers EdX global faculty the opportunity to learn and share best practice while participating in Institute workshops. Experts will share their knowledge on online learning design… Read more »

Jim Groom visits CNDLS to speak on new ITEL tool ‘Domain of One’s Own’

Professor Jim Groom visited Georgetown University on Friday, September 25 to speak with CNDLS staff about the digital pedagogical tool, Domain of One’s Own.   Jim is the former Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies and adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington. Working in higher education for over fifteen… Read more »

Faculty of Languages and Linguistics gather to discuss pedagogical approaches

CNDLS is excited to share the news of a new group of Faculty of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown who are meeting together to discuss pedagogical approaches to teaching Foreign Language Business Culture courses. Currently, such courses are offered in a variety of languages, from Spanish (Héctor Campos) and Portuguese (Michael Ferreira) to Korean (Hei… Read more »

President’s Award for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers

Congratulations to Professor Derek Goldman (Performing Arts) and Professor Christian Wolf (Chemistry) on receiving the President’s Award for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers. For the past three years, Georgetown University has recognized distinguishing faculty who have made an outstanding impact on the University’s dual research and teaching mission. Goldman is a co-founder of Georgetown’s Laboratory for Global Performance… Read more »

Announcement of Round 5 ITEL Awardees

CNDLS is delighted to announce funding decisions for the fifth Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL) call, including members of the four ITEL cohorts and recipients of both Open Track grants and GeorgetownX MOOCs. ITEL provides faculty the funding and support they need to bring technology-focused teaching and learning projects to life. Awarded faculty will be… Read more »

Georgetown faculty awarded Andrew Carnegie Fellowship

Congratulations to Georgetown Associate Professor Dr. Keir A. Lieber on receiving an Andrew Carnegie Fellowship.     The Carnegie Corporation of New York recently named 32 academics from around the U.S. as the 2015 class of a new major fellowship program. This new program will assist scholars from the social sciences and humanities fields by… Read more »