Posts By: Samantha Levine

‘Urban Studio’ Courses Set Focus on Community

September 26, 2017 Uncategorized 0

Georgetown is planning to launch a new six-credit, year-long class this fall that allows students to create their own projects to help improve the surrounding...

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University Set To Offer Urban Studio Program

September 26, 2017 Uncategorized 0

Georgetown will begin offering a full-year, six-credit course in fall 2017 named the Urban Studio Program. The program is supported by the Designing the Future(s)...

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Prison Reform Project

Professor Marc Howard's Spring 2016 course, GOVX400: Prison Reform Project, was profiled in the Washington Post in September 2016.

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The SIT Model for Experiential Learning

November 18, 2015 Events, News 0

On November 17th Dr. John Lucas, Provost and Executive Vice President for the School for International Training (SIT), joined our Global Future(s) Curriculum Cohort for a conversation on the SIT model for experiential education.

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Georgetown Launches Science Program Focused on First-Generation College Students

May 26, 2016 News 0

Georgetown has launched a new program, the Regents Science Scholars Program, designed to expand opportunities for students from traditionally underserved communities pursuing studies in the sciences.

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Future(s) Initiative profiled in Chronicle on Higher Education

May 25, 2016 Uncategorized 0

The Red House’s curricular experiments at Georgetown University have been featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education as part of their “Re:Learning project,” which provides stories and analysis about the changing landscape of higher education.

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The Competencies vs. Credit Hours Conundrum

December 9, 2015 News 0

The Future(s) Initiative recently hosted Dr. Daniel Hickey, Professor at Indiana University’s School of Education, for a conversation on assessment practices and micro-credentials.

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