Each year, the Doyle Symposium brings together students, faculty, and staff across campus for conversation on engaging difference and promoting diversity at Georgetown. Past panelists include students and alumni working on issues related to diversity, faculty teaching in the Doyle Program, and outside experts.
2018 Doyle Symposium: Teaching and Learning for Reconciliation
March 16, 2018
2017 Doyle Symposium: Dialogue for Engaging Across Difference
March 31, 2017
Engaging Diversity, Building Peace, Changing Communities
March 30, 2016
2015 Doyle Symposium: It is Not Enough to Refrain from Injustice
April 10, 2015
July 10, 2019
Confessions of a Cynic: A Reflection on the 2019 Doyle Symposium
Claudia Winkler reflects on her experience attending the 2019 Doyle Symposium, where participants learned about the theory and practice of intergroup dialogue to address divisions in and beyond the Georgetown classroom.
March 20, 2018
Tough Topics Part of 2018 Doyle Symposium on Teaching, Reconciliation
Georgetown faculty, staff, and students explored the best ways to engage in the work of reconciliation across campus and throughout the world during the 2018 Doyle Symposium on “Teaching and Learning for Reconciliation” held on March 16.