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 »
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Want to add a co-curricular activity to your course, but need additional support? Have a guest speaker in mind who would be perfect for your course, but your department doesn’t have funds available? There are many ways to engage students and offer transformative experiences in (and outside of) your classroom, but it’s not always easy—and not… Read more »
On Thursday, January 28, CNDLS hosted a reunion event, Doyle Dine & Design, for current and former Doyle Program faculty fellows. This event was an opportunity for fellows from all seven years of faculty cohorts to connect with one another and discuss a wide range of current issues relating to diversity—from national conversations on race… Read more »
On November 18, the Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning collaborated with the Doyle Engaging Difference Program to host a conversation entitled “Well-being, Diversity, and the University Community” with Dr. Daniel R. Porterfield (’83), President of Franklin & Marshall College. Moderated by Joan B. Riley, Engelhard Senior Scholar and Associate Professor of Human Science… Read more »
More than 100 faculty and staff participated this year in CNDLS’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). From May 20-23, participants were invited to attend one of three different programs: Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), Writing in the Disciplines Symposium, and Doyle Faculty Fellowships.
This week, faculty are gathering for intensive discussions on teaching and learning as part of our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI).
Doyle Faculty Fellows are asked to redesign a course so that issues of diversity, difference, empathy, and student experience play a central role in the course.
The 2013 Doyle Symposium will take place next Thursday, February 14, from 2:30-5:15 p.m.
Congratulations to Sylvia Önder, Veronica Salles-Reese, and Jennifer Fink!
Tonight at 7pm, join us for a screening of the South African film Tsotsi (2005), winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.