The rise, prominence, and accessibility of social media undoubtedly has changed the way we communicate. “People have very strong opinions about issues, but then they feel they can’t talk about those in person—so they connect over social media to discuss. But in doing that these conversations are not happening in a personal way. They don’t… Read more »
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This spring, the Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning continues its eleventh year at Georgetown University. And we’re looking for new faculty fellows to work with us next semester in integrating innovative approaches to student well-being into their courses. Read on for more information about the project and how to apply. Rooted in the… 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 »
On Thursday, October 1st, Georgetown students, faculty, and staff joined together with friends of the Engelhard community to celebrate 10 years of the Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning. Since 2005, the Engelhard Project has enriched the Georgetown experience and made a lasting impact on our community. To celebrate these ten years, CNDLS hosted… Read more »
On Monday, June 3, the White House convened a national conference about mental health issues. President DeGioia spoke about the Engelhard Project as part of a panel on outreach efforts.
On Monday, June 3rd, President DeGioia will be speaking about the success of the Engelhard Project as part of the White House Conference on Mental Health.
A recent article on the Georgetown College website featured Sarah Stiles and her sociology course on Social Entrepreneurship: Leading Social Change.
Congratulations to Maria Donoghue (Biology) and Sarah Stiles (Sociology), who recently received the 2012 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Joan Riley (NHS), a longtime CNDLS collaborator, was recently inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing.
Congratulations to Natsu Onoda Power (Performing Arts)! Her adaptation of Michael Pollan’s book The Omnivore’s Dilemma premiered this week at Georgetown’s Davis Performing Arts Center.