Archive: course development

  • Check out the results of our course development project!

    In the Spring semester, we gathered a group of 9 faculty members from DC area universities who re-designed their existing graduate course to connect scholarly training with preparing graduate students for public engagement and non-academic intellectual work. The group’s work culminated in a poster session at Georgetown’s Annual Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute in May 2016, where the group members presented their re-designed courses. You can find these posters on our Course Development page. There, you can also find video interviews with some of the participants of the event. 

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  • Course Development

    We are pleased to provide a number of faculty stipends for the development of graduate courses that consider the relationship between doctoral education in the humanities and the value of the humanities to the world at large. If you would like to participate, please submit a short description of the work you’d like to do by January 3 to

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