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Welcome to Georgetown University’s Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute, hosted by the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship.

TLISI offers Georgetown University faculty and staff from all campuses the opportunity to explore strategies for excellence in teaching and learning. This year’s Institute will focus on several topic areas, including effective teaching and learning practices, inclusive pedagogies, technology-enhanced learning, Ignatian pedagogy, cross-institutional and cross-departmental collaborations, and more.

We hope you’ll join us in our efforts to make TLISI "green"! We’re partnering with the Office of Sustainability to reduce the environmental impact from this year’s Institute by providing compostable materials and expanding our recycling presence.  Each registrant will also receive a free aluminum water bottle upon picking up your name badge at registration.  You can help us Go Green by bringing your reusable water bottle back with you each day, as we will be limiting our supply of single-use plastics throughout the week.  Stop by our information table anytime Monday-Thursday to learn about ways that you can help your office Go Green!
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Kenneth Lin, MD, MPH

Georgetown University School of Medicine
Professor of Family Medicine
Kenneth Lin, MD, MPH is Professor of Clinical Family Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine and Deputy Editor of American Family Physician, the most widely read journal in primary care. Dr. Lin chaired the American Academy of Family Physicians’ Subcommittee on Clinical Practice Guidelines from 2015-2017 and currently serves on the AAFP’s Science Advisory Panel and the CDC's Advisory Committee on Breast Cancer in Young Women. He posts regularly to his personal blog, Common Sense Family Doctor, is an expert video commentator for Medscape Family Medicine, and previously authored U.S. News and World Report’s consumer health blog Healthcare Headaches. Dr. Lin is a nationally recognized speaker on the benefits and harms of cancer screening, medical writing and publication, and the uses of social media in health advocacy and policy.