“Toward a Science of Learning”

In a column in Inside Higher Ed, Diana Chapman Walsh, President Emerita of Wellesley College, describes a recent trend in higher education: "At colleges and universities that are solidly grounded in a commitment to teaching, groups of creative faculty are mobilizing around learning as a collective, and intriguing, intellectual inquiry." Walsh, who spoke at Georgetown's 2009 Fall Faculty Convocation, goes on to mention CNDLS as a hub for the kind of thinking that can lead to the robust culture of learning she envisions. You can read her column here.

In a column in Inside Higher Ed, Diana Chapman Walsh, President Emerita of Wellesley College, describes a recent trend in higher education: "At colleges and universities that are solidly grounded in a commitment to teaching, groups of creative faculty are mobilizing around learning as a collective, and intriguing, intellectual inquiry."

In a column in Inside Higher Ed, Diana Chapman Walsh, President Emerita of Wellesley College, describes a recent trend in higher education: “At colleges and universities that are solidly grounded in a commitment to teaching, groups of creative faculty are mobilizing around learning as a collective, and intriguing, intellectual inquiry.”

Walsh, who spoke at Georgetown’s 2009 Fall Faculty Convocation, goes on to mention CNDLS as a hub for the kind of thinking that can lead to the robust culture of learning she envisions. You can read her column here.