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Professor Yuki Kato and Students Explore and Challenge Ideas of Urbanization, Gentrification, and Community Investment at Red House Dinner Series

January 26, 2018 News, Past 0

On January 22nd, Red House was delighted to host sociology Professor Yuki Kato at the first Red House Dinner series event of the Spring semester....

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Nicoletta Pireddu Discusses Interdisciplinary Work, Bridging Students to Faculty at Red House Dinner Series

December 19, 2017 News, Past

On December 6th, the Red House hosted Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature Nicoletta Pireddu at the final Red House Dinner Series event of the...

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The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World In Flux

November 16, 2017 News, Past 0

On November 15, 2017, the Office of the President and Designing the Future(s) hosted Cathy N. Davidson, PhD, for  a discussion of her book “The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux.”

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Professor Terrence Johnson and Students Engage in Conversation at the First Fall Red House Dinner Series

November 14, 2017 News, Past 0

Last Wednesday, Red House was packed to the walls with students excited to engage with Professor Terrence Johnson over dinner. Hosted by the Designing the...

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Spring 2018 UNXD Courses

November 2, 2017 News 0

The Red House is excited to announce our lineup of courses for the Spring 2018 semester! 

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Red House Dinner Series: 1/22 with Prof. Yuki Kato

January 17, 2018 News 0

Our third Red House Dinner Series event of the 2017-18 year will take place on Monday, January 22, from 5:30 - 7 PM, with Prof. Yuki Kato.

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Red House Dinner Series: Cal Newport asks students to “do less, do better, know why”

March 30, 2017 News, Past 0

This past Tuesday, the Red House invited Professor Cal Newport to speak with students at the Red House Dinner Series. Newport discussed his most recent...

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Novel Course Cluster Explores “Challenges in Childhood and Society”

March 10, 2017 News 0

A group of professors from Georgetown University’s main campus and medical center have developed the Challenges in Childhood course cluster, a novel set of courses that involve undergraduates in interventions and solutions to pressing problems that too many children face.

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Georgetown Builds On Success Supporting Underserved Students, Joins Initiative

February 24, 2017 News 0

Building on its longstanding commitment to making education accessible to students of all socioeconomic backgrounds, Georgetown has become a founding member of the American Talent Initiative (ATI).

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Formation in the 21st Century

January 26, 2017 News, The Conversation 0

Provost Groves writes to the Georgetown community on the successful launch of the Bridge Courses in Spring 2017 and the continued movement for innovation in higher education on our campus.

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