Doyle Engaging Difference Program
The Doyle Engaging Difference Program is a campus-wide collaboration between the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) designed to strengthen Georgetown University’s core commitment to tolerance and diversity and to enhance global awareness of the challenges and opportunities of an era of increasing interconnectedness. At the Berkley Center, Doyle Seminars facilitate in-depth explorations of similar themes in smaller, upper-level courses. In addition to curricular innovation, the Doyle Program supports the Junior Year Abroad Network, through which Hoyas blog about their encounters with diverse host societies, and Doyle student fellows, who explore intercultural and interreligious issues through their studies and engage in dialogue with the wider campus community. The program is made possible through the generosity of William J. Doyle (C’72), chairman of the Georgetown University Board of Directors. For more information, visit the joint Berkley-CNDLS Doyle Program website.
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