This week, CNDLS is hosting the inaugural Institute for the Study of Engaged Learning (ISEL), a new annual event that will bring together faculty and student affairs staff members to discuss evidence of engaged learning in student work.
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This week, members of the Engelhard Project team are attending a meeting of the Bringing Theory to Practice Project in Washington, D.C.
A project started by two students in an Engelhard course is blossoming into an on-campus farmers’ market, The Hoya recently reported.
Congratulations to Meredith McKittrick and Anne Rosenwald, who were recently honored with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching!
Georgetown’s Engelhard Project for Connecting Life and Learning was well represented at the recent Bringing Theory to Practice conference held here in Washington, D.C.
This semester, 18 faculty fellows are teaching 21 Engelhard courses.
Daryl Nardick, Director of Strategic Project Integration, shares the following thoughts on a recent conference she attended.
CNDLS, in partnership with the Office of Student Affairs and Sally Engelhard Pingree, is pleased to announce the Engelhard Endowment for Engaged Learning, made possible by a generous gift from the Charles Engelhard Foundation.
Georgetown professors Edilma Yearwood and Joan Riley (School of Nursing and Health Studies) recently published an article entitled “Curriculum infusion to promote nursing student well-being” in the Journal of Advanced Nursing’s June 2010 issue.
A recent article in the Georgetown Magazine highlighted the roles played by CNDLS and the Georgetown Learning Initiatives in the shift from a focus on teaching to a focus on learning.