Upcoming Conferences of Interest

The following upcoming conferences may be of interest to Georgetown faculty and graduate students: The Lilly Conference on  College and University Teaching is accepting proposals through January 21. This year's conference, which will take place in Bethesda June 2-5, will feature the theme "Evidence-Based Learning and Teaching." Joselyn Schultz Lewis, Mindy McWilliams, Daryl Nardick, and Joan Riley (SNHS) will be attending the AAC&U Annual Meeting on "Global Positioning: Essential Learning, Student Success, and the Currency of U.S. Degrees" in San Francisco January 26-29.  The Bringing Theory to Practice Project, of which our Engelhard Project is a part, will be holding meetings in conjunction with the AAC&U conference. The ELI 2011 Annual Meeting "Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories" will be held in Washington, D.C., February 14–16.  Randy Bass will be a featured speaker, and Bill Garr will present a poster on the Ellipsis project. If you are interested but unable to attend in person, there's also an option to participate in the conference online. This year, the Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (March 10-13) will explore "Discourse 2.0: Language and New Media." A pre-conference session on "Student Engagement and New Media Technologies" will be presented by Eddie Maloney and the Georgetown Commons team from CNDLS.

The following upcoming conferences may be of interest to Georgetown faculty and graduate students.

The following upcoming conferences may be of interest to Georgetown faculty and graduate students:

The Lilly Conference on  College and University Teaching is accepting proposals through January 21. This year’s conference, which will take place in Bethesda June 2-5, will feature the theme “Evidence-Based Learning and Teaching.”

Joselyn Schultz Lewis, Mindy McWilliams, Daryl Nardick, and Joan Riley (SNHS) will be attending the AAC&U Annual Meeting on “Global Positioning:
Essential Learning, Student Success, and the Currency of U.S. Degrees” in San Francisco January 26-29.  The Bringing Theory to Practice Project, of which our Engelhard Project is a part, will be holding meetings in conjunction with the AAC&U conference.

The ELI 2011 Annual Meeting “Educating in the Open: Philosophies, Innovations, and Stories” will be held in Washington, D.C., February 14–16.  Randy Bass will be a featured speaker, and Bill Garr will present a poster on the Ellipsis project. If you are interested but unable to attend in person, there’s also an option to participate in the conference online.

This year, the Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (March 10-13) will explore “Discourse 2.0: Language and New Media.” A pre-conference session on “Student Engagement and New Media Technologies” will be presented by Eddie Maloney and the Georgetown Commons team from CNDLS.