Georgetown University Library Showcase – Text Based Projects
The Madeleine Albright Statue Proposal argues why GU should erect a statue of the late professor, to solidify her legacy and ease the disparity in the number of male versus female statues on campus.
Adjusting to a post pandemic workplace world is new for everyone, so it is not surprising there are limited resources currently available on this emerging topic. With so much on the line, it is imperative to create a strategic return-to-office plan before your employees return. Employers recognize the pressure on their shoulders to get it right and my recommendations aim to support the employer in providing the best possible outcome for their company and employees. My key findings for a successful return-to-work strategic plan recommends clear and consistent communication, offering a detailed combination of clear office protocols and work expectations as your organization comes together in a post pandemic world. A genuine demonstration of confidence and care will be noticed by your employees and will boost morale and productivity as everyone successfully reunites. The employees will feel that.
This project is a website of a digital exhibit highlighting several efforts of community control in Harlem.
This story map provides an overview of community health in the Marina District of San Francisco, exploring various social determinants of health.
Pathways and Strategies for Transitioning from Montessori to Middle School and Beyond: A Learning Engagement and Transition Guide for Parents
A learning engagement and guide for parents of Montessori students provides a brief history of the Montessori philosophy, supplemental online media, narratives and reflections.