Events

Doyle Symposium

This annual event creates an opportunity for our larger campus community — including alumni, current students, faculty, and staff — to engage in discussion and conversation about issues of diversity and difference on our campus, in our lives, and around the world.

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Doyle Film & Culture Series

Each year, the series presents several film and cultural performance events that raise issues related to diversity and difference. Through these campus-wide events, the Doyle Program hopes to create more opportunities to engage members of the Georgetown community in discussion and reflection about the benefits and challenges of today’s complex world.

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“Dialogue for Engaging Across Difference”
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“Engaging Diversity, Building Peace, Changing Communities”
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“It is Not Enough to Refrain from Injustice”
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“Engaging Difference to Make a Difference in Curriculum Diversity Goals”
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“Liberal Education in the 21st Century and Georgetown’s Jesuit Roots”
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“Cultivating Empathy and Engaging Diversity Productively”
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“Integrating Diversity into Higher Education Curriculum”
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“Diversity in the Professional World”
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