On Wednesday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m., the GU chapter of the Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) will host a panel entitled “Beyond the CNN Effect: Updates to Ongoing Humanitarian Crises.”
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Students, Alumni, Faculty Share Perspectives at Doyle Symposium
The second annual Doyle Student-Alumni Symposium on Engaging Difference featured a panel discussion between Caleb Pitters, an alumnus who works on Wall Street, and two Doyle faculty fellows, Yulia Chentsova Dutton (Psychology) and Ricardo Ortíz (English).
Teletandem Project Connects Brazilian and American Students
March 15 marked the start of the Teletandem project for students in Andrea Echeverria’s Intensive Intermediate Portuguese class, connecting Georgetown students with students at the State University of São Paulo.
Doyle Symposium to Feature Alumnus Caleb Pitters
The 2011 Doyle Student-Alumni Symposium on Engaging Difference will be held on Friday, April 1 in Riggs Library. This event will feature Georgetown alumni who will reflect on their experiences with issues of diversity and difference in their professional lives.
CNDLS Faculty Partners Honored with Teaching Award
Congratulations to Meredith McKittrick and Anne Rosenwald, who were recently honored with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching!
Spring 2011 JUHAN Faculty
Several Georgetown faculty are participating in the Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) this semester.
CNDLS Launches Design Seminar on Web Technologies
CNDLS Undergraduate Assistant Tyler Sax shares this update on the new Design Seminar on Web Technologies.
Rethinking the Traditional College Course
A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education explored what the future of the traditional college course might look like.
“Mapping Place: GIS and the Spatial Humanities”
Susan Pennestri, Instructional Technologist at CNDLS, shares this update on a conference she attended recently.
Announcing TLISI 2011
This year’s Teaching, Learning, & Innovation Summer Institute will offer three distinct opportunities for faculty to rethink and redesign aspects of particular courses.