On Tuesday, January 31, CNDLS hosted a panel discussion in conjunction with Where the Seafloor Melts, the exhibit currently on view in the Spagnuolo Gallery on campus.
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Congratulations to Maria Donoghue (Biology) and Sarah Stiles (Sociology), who recently received the 2012 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Please join us tomorrow (Tuesday) for a panel event on integrations between art and science, presented in conjunction with the exhibit ‘Where the Seafloor Melts.’
The Doyle Engaging Difference Program presents the new Doyle Film and Culture Series, beginning February 1. The Series will screen four critically-acclaimed films that each speak directly to the Program’s commitment to engage with issues of difference and diversity.
We are delighted to announce that six student Integrative Arts Fellows will be working with CNDLS this semester in conjunction with Where the Seafloor Melts, an exhibit of ceramic art by Joan Lederman.
“Where the Seafloor Melts: Ocean Mud, Ceramic Change and the Connected Mind,” an exhibit of work by the ceramic artist Joan Lederman, will open on January 25 at the Spagnuolo Gallery in the Walsh building on campus.
On Wednesday, February 1, the Doyle Film and Culture Series will present a screening of The Class, an award-winning documentary that takes place in an inner-city Parisian school.
On Wednesday, January 11, Randy Bass will give a talk titled “Disrupting Ourselves: Cherished Assumptions, New Designs, and the Problem of Learning in Higher Ed” at the Mid-Atlantic Regional EDUCAUSE conference in Baltimore.
On Thursday, Susan Pennestri and Janet Russell will present on “Campus-Wide Lecture Capture Deployment and Effectiveness.”
UIS and CNDLS will be presenting a number of workshops on lecture capture. These will include introductions to Echo360, Georgetown’s new lecture capture tool, as well sessions focusing on the pedagogy behind the use of lecture capture.
We are pleased to share the news that a generous gift by William J. Doyle (C’72) will endow the Doyle Engaging Difference Initiative.