Posts Categorized: Doyle

Beyond Inclusion: The Tethering of the College Classroom to a Socially Just Society

Regardless of disciplinary expertise, how can we create a more just society in our capacities as educators? Dr. Bryan Dewsbury, scientist and innovative scholar focused on inclusive teaching, discussed a few responses to this question at the Learning, Equity, Access, and Pedagogy Initiative’s event this spring, “Beyond Inclusion: The Tethering of the College Classroom to… Read more »

Join Us: Doyle Conversations on Anti-Racism in Higher Education

This spring the Doyle Program is excited to be facilitating a second series of conversations that aims to bring students, staff, and faculty together in order to share strategies and tools around anti-racist approaches to our work at Georgetown. Join us for conversations featuring faculty, staff, and students, who will share insights from their experiences… Read more »

Teaching and Learning for Reconciliation: 2018 Doyle Engaging Difference Symposium

If you missed the 2018 Doyle Engaging Difference Symposium or would like to revisit this year’s theme, the panel session was recorded and can be viewed here. If you are interested in learning more about the Doyle Engaging Difference Program, please visit its website. On Friday, March 16, 2018, the Doyle Engaging Difference Program hosted… Read more »

Introducing the 2017-18 Doyle Fellows

In its eighth year, the Doyle Faculty Fellowship Program is pleased to welcome another strong cohort of faculty fellows. The group of 16 faculty kicked off their fellowship experience at CNDLS’ Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute in May 2017, with dinner, discussion, and delving into their respective Doyle projects. Faculty apply for the fellowship… Read more »