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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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Historic Youth Delegation Attends CEC Council Session in Mexico

October 5, 2016 News 0

In early September, a small delegation from Georgetown traveled to Mexico for the 23rd Summit of the Commission for Environmental Cooperation’s (CEC) Council, a trinational organization dedicated to addressing North American environmental concerns.

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Future(s) Catalyst Badge Program Featured in Chronicle of Higher Education

September 26, 2016 News 0

In September of 2016, the Chronicle of Higher Education published an article detailing milestones in digital credentialing, including Georgetown's own Catalyst Badge Program.

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Reimagining Experiential Learning at Georgetown

June 3, 2016 News 0

The Designing the Future(s) Initiative convened a group of faculty and staff whose work focuses on Experiential Learning during a Productive Open Design Space (PODS), part of the Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship’s Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute of 2016.

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The SIT Model for Experiential Learning

November 18, 2015 Events, News, Past 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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Launch of the 2016 Deloitte Foundation Data Analytics Fellowship

May 24, 2016 News 0

The Designing the Future(s) Initiative, in partnership with the Deloitte Foundation, kicked off the second year of the Deloitte Foundation Data Analytics Fellowship at Georgetown University with the 2016 theme of Education and the Workforce.

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