“What We're Learning About Learning” is a podcast about teaching and learning in higher education. Through this resource, we hope to expand and share more broadly the conversations we’re having with students, faculty, and staff, and throw light on some of the most important issues and developments in higher education today. 


Season 1 Episode 2. Jan 2021: Faculty Perspectives on Pandemic Learning

This episode features a conversation among faculty at Georgetown University who share what worked well in virtual teaching during the pandemic to keep students engaged, motivated and connected.

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Links to Faculty Bios

  • Dr. Daniela Brancaforte, Senior Assistant Dean and Director of Strategic Initiatives & Interdisciplinary Programs in the McDonough School of Business
  • Dr. Rhonda Dzakpasu, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics 
  • Dr. Thomas Kerch, Associate Director of the Tocqueville Forum for Political Understanding and Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Government
  • Dr. Shelbi Nahwilet Meissner, Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy
  • Dr. Alphonso Saville, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow for American Religion and Slavery in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies


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