Learn more about CSJ Mission Curricular Integration

Ignatian Pedagogy And Magis Experiences

In collaboration with campus partners such as CNDLS and the Office of Mission and Ministry, CSJ supports faculty and staff interested in Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity. Examples include facilitating workshops at campus events such as Strengthening Our Inclusive Community (SOCI) and Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), organizing missional excursions and immersions around social justice themes, and working 1:1 with individual faculty, offices, programs, or departments to take a mission-integration approach to their work. Reach out to CSJ’s Associate Director, Mission Curricular Integration for more information: csjcbl@georgetown.edu.

MLK Curriculum Project: “Teach The Speech”

CSJ supports Georgetown’s “Let Freedom Ring!” Initiative in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through the cross-campus MLK Curriculum Project – “Teach the Speech” – in partnership with the Provost’s Office and Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS). One of Dr. King’s texts is spotlighted across campuses during the Spring semester. Faculty have integrated King’s speeches including “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” “The Other America,” and “Beyond Vietnam” into their diverse curricula across five campuses. CSJ creates supplementary resources to assist faculty in weaving these texts into their courses. For more information and resources on this project, contact CSJ’s Executive Director, Dr. Andria Wisler.