Georgetown Learning Initiatives Committee

The Georgetown Learning Initiatives (GLI) are an integrated collection of projects and strategies designed to promote innovative and transformative education at Georgetown through innovative research and development processes. GLI is at the heart of Georgetown’s imperative to lead in designing a new kind of educational experience—one that combines our centuries of leadership in residential teaching and learning with a commitment to navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by the 21st century.  With the launch of the Designing the Future(s) of the University initiative, Georgetown has deepened its leadership in the rapidly changing landscape of higher education, including long-term sustainability and affordability.  By building on our innovation and expertise in teaching and learning to actively experiment with new curricular and degree structures, the university is reinventing what a Georgetown education might look like 5, 10, and 15 years from now while keeping our values around whole person education at the center of what we do. The GLI Committee advises on these innovations in learning and serves actively as ambassadors to promote philanthropic opportunities in support of these efforts, including short-term funding for current projects and endowed funding for long-term capacity.

Administrator: Vice-Provost for Education

Staff: Senior Director of Regional Development

Visit the Georgetown Center for New Designs in Learning & Scholarship website or the Designing the Future(s) of the University page for more information.