Faculty, alumni, and students gathered at Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs on Monday, November 16 for a preview of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, which will be built where the Twin Towers once stood in Lower Manhattan.
Posts By: Theresa Schlafly
AT Teaching Circle Sparks Conversations and Builds Community
After conducting preliminary assessment interviews for the Apprenticeship in Teaching Program, the AT team noticed a recurring theme in participants’ answers; they want to feel like they are part of a cohort or student community as they travel through the program.
Joan Riley Named D.C.’s Professor of the Year
Congratulations to Joan Burggraf Riley (NHS), who was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as D.C.’s Professor of the Year.
Workshop on Wednesday: Getting Started with Blogs
On Wednesday, November 18th, CNDLS’ Marie Selvanadin and Rob Pongsajapan will present a hands-on workshop on “Getting Started with Blogs at Georgetown.”
Engaging Students through Curriculum Enrichment
With the support of a Curriculum Enrichment Grant, Professor Sarah McNamer’s Medieval Literature students were able to experience a thrilling night at the Kennedy Center watching the Washington Ballet’s performance of Don Quixote.
Featured Blog: “Freedom Without Walls”
Check out the featured blog “Freedom Without Walls.” This blog was designed to collect and publicize information about events taking place this week at Georgetown to commemorate the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
New U.S.-China Archive Site Launched
CNDLS is pleased to announce the launch of a new multimedia online archive, “Celebrating 30 Years of Sino-American Relations at Georgetown University.”
Student Learning Assessment: Challenges and Resources
CNDLS Graduate Associate Lindsay Pettingill reports on a recent assessment workshop she attended at American University.
Students Apply for Engelhard-Themed House on Magis Row
This year, a group of students inspired by the ideals of the Engelhard Project successfully applied for housing in Magis Row, a series of row houses for third- and fourth-year students who want to pursue social justice causes outside of the classroom.
“Reimagining Tradition” Video Shown at Fall Faculty Convocation
At yesterday’s Fall Faculty Convocation, President DeGioia and guest speaker Diana Chapman Walsh, President Emerita of Wellesley College, explored the theme of teaching practice.