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Racing to Be Fearless on International Women’s Day

Five years ago this spring—April 12, 2017—I defended my doctoral dissertation. It feels like a lifetime ago.

Learner Success in Challenging Times

The importance of engaging our institutions in campus-wide future-oriented work, especially in times like these.

“Not Alone - The Best Advice I Can Give My Students”

It’s the beginning of midterm season at Georgetown, and my advisees are coming to see me about the upcoming barrage of midterms and papers. While those meetings are a typical part of my job, this year, I’ve felt a heightened sense of anxiety from my students.

Leaning In to K-12

Higher ed lessons from Secretary Miguel Cardona and Nathan Grawe.

From Surviving to Thriving

Meeting the basic security needs of our students.