What is The Red House at Georgetown?
It’s a space for innovation, a place to meet and share ideas, a place where faculty, staff and students are coming together over the summer in a “curriculum incubator’ to develop curricular experiments that break old boundaries and serve a new generation of students and alumni.
Part design lab, part conference room, part coffee house — the Red House is a space uniquely dedicated to mapping new integrated curricular and co-curricular structures for Georgetown through the Designing the Future(s) of the University initiative.
Partners from across the University have come forward to bring new ideas to the table and to collaborate with new partners, defining ground-breaking ways to better educate the whole person. Inspired by the “Pump-Priming Ideas” that Provost Groves put forth earlier this semester, a range of departments have generated proposals for new degree programs. The Red House is where these transformative ideas become reality.
Please join us for discussion, informal lectures, program development sessions, and casual gatherings at The Red House at 1237 37th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. Contact email@example.com to receive mailings and information.