This week, in preparation for the first day of classes, we hosted another rendition of Digital Learning Days, an opportunity to bring together faculty, graduate students, and staff across Georgetown to discuss using digital tools in everyday teaching, and as always, core principles of effective pedagogy. We were joined by Jesse Meiller (Environmental Science), Jason… Read more »
Posts Tagged: faculty
Incarceration and Education: Professor Marc Howard on Georgetown’s Prison and Justice Initiative
In 1988, on the first day of his senior year of high school, Professor Marc Howard (Government and Law, Director of the Prison and Justice Initiative) awoke to the news that the parents of his best friend since age three, Marty Tankleff, had been murdered in their own home. By that same evening, Tankleff was… Read more »
Calling Interested Faculty: Join the Engelhard Project in Spring 2017
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 »
2016 President’s Awards for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers
For four years, Georgetown has acknowledged distinguishing faculty who have had an extraordinary impact on research and student engagement through the President’s Award for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers. In recognition of their incredible dedication to both the formation of young people and unrestrained scholarly inquiry, President DeGioia has named Darlene Howard (Psychology), Donald Langevoort (Law), and Anton Wellstein (Oncology & Pharmacology) as the recipients for 2016…. Read more »
Hear from Faculty, Share with Faculty: Peer Perspectives on the Teaching Commons
This fall, we’re using the CNDLS blog to highlight the Teaching Commons, a compilation of resources and case studies designed to help faculty revitalize their courses and gain insights into practical issues in pedagogy at Georgetown. As a living resource, the site continually evolves to encompass new scholarship in teaching and learning, as well as technological innovations that are changing and enhancing… Read more »
Faculty of Languages and Linguistics gather to discuss pedagogical approaches
CNDLS is excited to share the news of a new group of Faculty of Languages and Linguistics at Georgetown who are meeting together to discuss pedagogical approaches to teaching Foreign Language Business Culture courses. Currently, such courses are offered in a variety of languages, from Spanish (Héctor Campos) and Portuguese (Michael Ferreira) to Korean (Hei… Read more »
Congratulations to Sarah Stiles and Maria Donoghue!
Congratulations to Maria Donoghue (Biology) and Sarah Stiles (Sociology), who recently received the 2012 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Anne Rosenwald Selected as BEN Scholar
Congratulations to Anne Rosenwald (Biology), who was recently selected as a BEN Scholar for her development of the Genome Solver project.
Announcing the 2011-2012 TLT Faculty Fellows
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology (TLT) planning team is pleased to announce the TLT Faculty Fellows for 2011-2012.
Faculty Perspective: The Doyle Initiative
“In addition to trying to get students to think about diversity and tolerance, I actually got them to learn more social psychology; the whole process of thinking about each of the topics in a personal and applied way led to better academic understanding as well as good ethical applications.”