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Robert M Groves

Non-Tenure Line Faculty Town hall

On Tuesday, October 21, Vice Provost Adriana Kugler and Assistant Provost Cindy Chance held a Town Hall meeting from 1:00-2:00 P.M. in ICC 107 to discuss the Full Time Non-Tenure Line Faculty Framework. Follow the link below to download the presentation.

Non-Tenure Line Faculty Town Hall Presentation.PDF

COACHE Survey Town hall

On Friday, September 12, Provost Groves held a Town Hall meeting from 3:30-5:00 P.M. in the ICC Auditorium to discuss the 2013 - 2014 COACHE Faculty Job Satisfaction Survey.

Visit COACHE Faculty Job Survey to access the reports and presentation. You must log in with your GU NetID and Password.

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Provost's Blog

  • MOOCs and Online Learning Entering the “Plateau of Productivity”
    October 15, 2014
    Two years ago, in fall of 2012, the US higher education scene was subjected to strong external forces, some of which were asserting that the future might contain only 10 universities worldwide because massive open online courses (MOOCs) would offer free education making universities useless. The Gardner company has popularized the chart below to describe […]
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  • Being a Graduate Student at Georgetown
    October 8, 2014
    Last week at the Provost’s Student Advisory Committee, I discussed the concerns and aspirations of graduate students at Georgetown. This meeting supplemented other talks over the past few months. As I have written before, the reorganization of the Graduate School is focused on building new interdisciplinary graduate programs on the Hilltop. Our new dean, Norberto […]
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  • Finding the Relevant in a Sea of Disorganized Observations
    October 1, 2014
    I recently saw a documentary on some developments in science and mathematics occurring in the 7-8th century, much of them surrounding the Middle East. It was a time when basic observations were a prevalent way to make progress. While the world is always filled with stimuli observed by human senses, developments in mathematics permitted an […]
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