The past year and a half has brought challenges to us all, and while we will have a more robust offering of typical TLISI programming in August, we want to mark the end of this academic year in a special way. Join us this May for a series of panels reflecting on what we have all experienced and learned during these months of adaptation and change, while also looking forward to the summer and fall terms with enthusiasm and a renewed sense of community.
The schedule for each day will be as follows:
You can learn more and register for each panel below.
Together, undergraduate students and faculty members will reflect on the past year. Facilitated by a graduate student, this conversation seeks to surface key insights into student learning, inclusivity, course format and teaching technologies, and pedagogical successes and innovations. This collective debrief will help use our experiences productively as we design learning experiences for next year.Register for May 25 Panel
Staff play a critical educational role at Georgetown; often they are privy to co-curricular and deeply personal components of the student experience. Their insight will help round out the picture of student successes and needs as we seek to understand and teach to the whole person.Register for May 26 Panel
In the Spring of 2021, Georgetown conducted a cultural climate survey to better understand racial dynamics and the experience of marginalized communities on campus. Rosemary Kilkenny, Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Georgetown’s Chief Diversity Officer, will be joined by Drew Allen, Associate Vice President of Institutional Data Analytics, in discussing the results of the survey and implications for student learning.Register for May 27 Panel