Our team of experienced educators facilitates a broad-based program that promotes discovery, engagement, and diversity in an ever-expanding conception of learning.


Our mission is to bridge a historic gulf between pedagogy and technological advances. Today, CNDLS integrates a teaching and learning center with the latest educational technology.


How do we know our students are learning in the ways we hope and expect? We can help faculty formulate questions about student learning and develop plans for gathering evidence.


The landscape of higher education is changing, and we are engaged in advanced research on the pedagogical conditions and environments that best help students learn.


CNDLS @ Georgetown

Extra special thanks to @GeorgetownHFSC (especially fearless leader @IAmPatLedesma) for hosting us this week! Best team ever. #TLISI2016

May 26, 2016, 8:02 p.m.

CNDLS @ Georgetown

As Canvas + Domains wrap up, thanks to all who joined us for #TLISI / #TLISI16 / #TLISI2016 at @Georgetown! (We got a little hashtag happy.)

May 26, 2016, 7:31 p.m.

CNDLS @ Georgetown

Thanks @dawanstanford + @eddesignlab for challenging us to think more deeply re: teaching + learning at @Georgetown! https://t.co/ZZO86of52z

May 26, 2016, 7:20 p.m.

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2016 Doyle Symposium: “Engaging Diversity, Building Peace, Changing Communities”

April 22, 2016 | On Wednesday, March 30, 2016, the Doyle Engaging Difference Program hosted its seventh annual Doyle Symposium, which focused on the importance of engaging difference and creating inclusive communities in an era of increasing global interconnectedness. This year’s symposium drew nearly 200 students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Peace Corps Director Carrie Hessler-Radelet offered a keynote reflection... Read more »

Congratulations to CNDLS Staff!

April 21, 2016 | This semester has been an exciting one, with several CNDLS staff receiving recognition for their work both in and outside of the Car Barn. This semester, Evee Ung, a CNDLS Graduate Associate on the Faculty Initiatives team, won the Ora Mary Phelam Poetry Prize through the Department of English. Established in 1988 by Georgetown Alumnus... Read more »

Dr. Benjamin Reese and Lauren Reese (COL ‘12) Share Reflections on Higher Education and Race

April 4, 2016 | On February 22, Dr. Benjamin Reese, President of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education (NADOHE) and Vice President for Institutional Equity at Duke University and Duke University Health System, and his daughter, Lauren Reese (COL ‘12), shared their reflections on the complexities of race in higher education as part of the Doyle... Read more »

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