Georgetown’s Engelhard Project has been selected to continue in a third round of the Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) Project.
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Congratulations to Joan Burggraf Riley (NHS), who was chosen by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) as D.C.’s Professor of the Year.
This year, a group of students inspired by the ideals of the Engelhard Project successfully applied for housing in Magis Row, a series of row houses for third- and fourth-year students who want to pursue social justice causes outside of the classroom.
In partnership with students from Professor Heather Voke’s Civic Engagement and Education course at Georgetown, Ballou High School students have collaborated to develop civic engagement projects.
Georgetown Alumni Online recently published an article on the Engelhard Project. The article explores how the Project has been integrated into various courses and what sort of impact the Project has had at Georgetown.
Georgetown Alumni Online recently published an interview with Todd Olson, Vice President for Student Affairs and an integral member of the Steering Committee of the Engelhard Project.
Barbara Craig, Senior Project Evaluator and Director of Assessment & Diversity at CNDLS, shares her thoughts on how learning and emotions intersect.
CNDLS Assistant Director for Assessment Mindy McWilliams reflects on how the goals of the Engelhard Project resonate with a recent study on predictors for a happy life.
Two new CNDLS-produced videos, “The Engelhard Project” and “Engelhard: the Student Experience,” take you deeper into the principles behind curriculum infusion.