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Learning

January 11, 2017

How can we can preserve the core strength of faculty-student interaction in the classroom and beyond it, while at the same time effectively integrating digital technology, collaborative research, experiential learning, interdisciplinarity and diverse global perspectives into the curriculum?

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Equity

January 27, 2017

Central to Georgetown’s founding mission lies a commitment to provide access to a world-class education for all deserving students, no matter their background, and to provide them with the resources, guidance, and support that will enable them to achieve their academic goals.

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Faculty

January 27, 2017

Georgetown’s growth as a world-class university increases pressure on faculty to publish research, win grants, and cultivate a public intellectual presence - all while teaching two courses each semester and guiding advisees and students through academic life.

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Future

January 27, 2017

What might a Georgetown education look like 5, 10, or 15 years from now? How could we design a university for the future that would have liberal education values at its center but be appropriate for the world of 2025 and beyond?

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