Posts By: Leslie Telleria

Professor Park (COL) Brings Light to Difficult Conversations with Students

April 23, 2019 News

“How do we resist the forces that keep us blind, keep us silent?”

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Professor Robert Bies (MSB) Connects with Students Over the Meaning of Leadership and Barking

March 19, 2019 News

On the evening of Thursday, February 28th, 15 Georgetown students sat around a table and took turns barking under the request of Professor Robert Bies of the McDonough School of Business.

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Professor John Pfordresher Dicusses Tolstoy, Humanist Education, and Writing

February 12, 2019 News

Professor John Pfordresher spoke these words in conversation with students last week on the 5th during the first Red House Dinner Series event of the Spring 2019 semester. Every month, one faculty member is invited to a dinner with a small group of Georgetown students to speak on his or her academic research, teaching experiences, and life interests.

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Announcing our Spring 2019 Dinner Series Lineup

January 18, 2019 News

We’re excited to announce our spring line-up of faculty guests below!

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Professor Maurice Jackson speaks on personal learning, gentrification, and paying empathy forward

November 20, 2018 News

On November 15, The Red House was delighted to host professor of History, African American Studies, and Performing Arts Maurice Jackson at the fourth and final Red House Dinner series event of the Fall 2018 semester.

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Professor Anna Celenza of the Department of Performing Arts connects with students over art history and storytelling at the first dinner series of the semester

October 5, 2018 News

During her time in graduate school, Professor Anna Celenza took on babysitting as her part-time job. After a long day of class, Celenza would spend her nights occupying restless children, putting them to bed by recounting to them the history of symphonies and analyzing the music as it played.

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