Posts Categorized: AT program

What We Are Learning About Learning: Episode 5

artwork by Clare Reid Graduate students occupy a complicated role in higher education. Situated between undergraduates and faculty, they are students—though they don’t always get the focus and attention that undergraduate students get—and many of them are simultaneously in instructional roles—as tutors, TAs, and instructors of record. In the latest episode of the CNDLS podcast… Read more »

Hats Off: AT Programs Wraps Up a Successful Year

The AT Program has officially wrapped for the 2017-18 academic year! This year’s program was perhaps its most successful, engaging 202 participants from Georgetown University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, School of Continuing Studies, and McDonough School of Business. Over the course of the year we offered 19 workshops, two book clubs, and consulted… Read more »