Georgetown University: Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Program

Welcome to our official page. Since 1974, the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program h

Through the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program, our students share an eagerness to advance their understanding of the world and develop the tools they need to reach their life goals. With flexible class options and extensive support of the Georgetown University community, earn the degree you’ve always wanted.

03/31/2022

So, you’ve had an idea that you’ve tested and could be scaled… How can you convince top management to adopt and support it? What if there are opposing views within the top management team? How to navigate the different agendas and perspectives from other leaders before you can even pitch to the final decision maker?

In this hour together we will identify an idea that you’ve already tested and now need to sell to a senior leader (it could even be your own promotion within the organization); then we’ll follow a series of short exercises to map the influence landscape at your organization and create an alliance-building plan.You’ll end up with a replicable method that you can add to your innovation toolkit at work and in life.

Join us on April 5 at 12PM EST - RSVP below!

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Jack Talk: Najee Ellerbe 03/28/2022

Calling all aspiring entrepreneurs and advocates for social justice! Join us for this month’s Jack Talk featuring Najee Ellerbe, a 2016 graduate of the Sports Industry Management program and the Founder and President of Everybody’s Juice.

Recently named to the 2021 Forbes Next 1000 Entrepreneurs list, Najee founded his company in 2019 to address the need for an affordable juice delivery service in the D.C. area, particularly in food desert areas that don’t have enough access to nutritious and affordable sustenance.

Najee also has his own podcast called Do Something Good Today, which focuses on how anyone and everyone can utilize their gifts to bring good to the world. Join us for what is sure to be an inspiring and uplifting conversation and take advantage of this unique networking opportunity with your fellow SCS Hoyas. Tuesday, April 12 at 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. ET via Zoom.

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Jack Talk: Najee Ellerbe Calling all aspiring entrepreneurs and advocates for social justice! Join us for this month’s Jack Talk featuring Najee Ellerbe, a 2016 graduate of the Sports Industry Management program and the Founder and President of Everybody’s Juice. Recently named to the 2021 Forbes Next 1000 Entrepreneurs...

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Whether you are a new or returning student, we want you to be prepared for the semester ahead. This is your opportunity to virtually meet with your student resources team, learn about services, and connect with your fellow students. See the calendar of sessions in the RSVP form and sign up for the sessions that are right for you.

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Teaching MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech in 2022 – Mission in motion 01/10/2022

Teaching MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech in 2022 - The first Mission in Motion post of 2022 invites the SCS community to participate in the University’s annual “Teach the Speech” initiative, which this year focuses on Dr. King’s iconic “I Have a Dream” speech. “As the United States continues to experience social, cultural, and political polarization around persisting racial injustices in all facets of society, MLK’s iconic 1963 speech presents a valuable opportunity to renew the discussion in 2022 and recommit to tangible actions at Georgetown.”

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Teaching MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech in 2022 – Mission in motion Posted on January 7, 2022January 7, 2022 by Jamie KralovecTeaching MLK’s “I Have a Dream” Speech in 2022 An annual activity of the University’s MLK Initiative: “Let Freedom Ring!” is to take one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s signature speeches and use it as a curricular launching pad...

11/23/2021

What’s Your Holiday Tradition?

It’s almost hard to believe, but the holidays are upon us! The time between Thanksgiving and the end of year always feels like a mad dash, but we want to take a moment to celebrate the diverse foods, customs, and traditions that make this time meaningful and special to you and your loved ones. To that end, the SCS Dean's Office team is curious to know:

What’s a must-have dish at your family table?

What’s a decoration you always put up around the home?

Do you dress up your pet for the holidays? (Photos are mandatory for this question.)

What’s an organization you try to support and/or volunteer at during the holidays?

We invite you to share your responses to the above and more in this brief Google form. Photos are a bonus! We may contact you to feature them on SCS’s social media accounts to celebrate our community during the holidays. Thank you in advance for participating!

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11/18/2021

Friendly reminder that today is the last day to withdraw from courses.

Timeline photos 11/11/2021

Today we observe Veterans Day—a time to honor our veterans and members of the U.S. Armed Forces. We at SCS are proud to have among the highest numbers of military-connected students, faculty, and staff at Georgetown. We are deeply grateful for those who protect and defend our nation both at home and abroad.

Jack Talk: Vince Loran (Virtual Event) 11/09/2021

Join us this Thursday, November 11th, at 12pm to honor and observe Veterans Day with a very special Jack Talk. Vince Loran, a graduate of the Dog Tag Bakery Fellowship Program and of the Institute for Transformational Leadership (ITL), served in the United States Air Force for more than 21 years and retired with the rank of (E-7) Master Sergeant.

Since retiring, Vince has founded his own company, Ignite RPM, which offers business leaders and managers growth mindset strategies for improving results and reducing stress. He also co-hosts a podcast called “The Leadership Void,” in which the two invite members of the military and first responder community to speak about leadership skills, address problem areas, and share information about organizations in the community. Grab your lunch and listen to Vince’s and insights from his personal and professional journey.

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Jack Talk: Vince Loran (Virtual Event) Join us to honor and observe Veterans Day with a very special Jack Talk. Jack Talks are informal events where an SCS grad returns to discuss their inspiring professional and/or personal journeys. Vince Loran, a graduate of the Dog Tag Bakery Fellowship Program and of the Institute for Transformation...

SCS Virtual Trivia: Where in the Galaxy 11/03/2021

Join us for this month’s virtual trivia game! Tuesday, November 9th from 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. ET. The theme of this trivia session will be "Where in the Galaxy". It's time to learn more about space, the solar system, and the stars that surround us all!

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SCS Virtual Trivia: Where in the Galaxy Thank you for your interest in SCS Virtual Trivia! The theme of this trivia session will be "Where in the Galaxy". It's time to learn more about space, the solar system, and the stars that surround us all! Date: Tuesday, November 9 Time: 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM ET The Zoom link will be distributed the da...

10/18/2021

Tomorrow we'll be hosting SCS Bookshelf: Design Thinking with Karen Hold.

What are leaders in your industry currently reading? What are the “must-haves” on their bookshelf? Join us virtually tomorrow on October 19 at 5:00-6:00 p.m. ET for a unique book talk (cliff notes provided) featuring author and Georgetown McDonough alumna Karen Hold, founder of an innovation consulting firm - Experience Labs. Karen will join Wendy Zajack, Faculty Director of the Design Management Communications program, where they will discuss some of the book's central themes and provide you with some tangible advice that will transform your design thinking skills. Come ready with loads of questions and join the discussion and the fun.

The Book:
Experiencing Design – The Innovator's Journey -- draws on decades of researching and teaching design thinking. Karen with co-authors, Jeanne Liedtka and Jessica Eldridge, have created a ‘how to’ guide for each stage of the design thinking journey. Ultimately, innovators need to be someone new to create something new. This book shows you how to make this actually happen step by step. Upon your RSVP you will be sent an excerpt via email.

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10/13/2021

Take a break and join us today for a lunch-hour virtual trivia session! The theme will be "'80s Music". Make sure you review your throwback Spotify playlists to get ready for this game from 12:30pm-1:00pm ET

RSVP below

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09/28/2021

SAVE THE DATE for the "International Students - A Social Gathering" on Thursday September 30th at 4 PM (ET). This virtual event is organized by the student-lead association HOYA Peers to Peers (P2P) and aims to give International students the chance to connect across different SCS programs, share resources and have some fun with new HOYA friends. RSVP using the link below!

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09/21/2021

As we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we share the stories of Hispanic and Latin Americans both past and present who have made lasting impacts on the world around them.

09/15/2021

As the evening draws near we wish all of our students, faculty and staff a peaceful day of reflection this year.

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Today represents the first day in the month long celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Throughout the month we'll be sharing stories of Hispanic and Latin Americans both past and present who have made lasting impacts on the world around them.

09/08/2021

Join us tomorrow for a lunch-hour virtual trivia session! The theme of this trivia session will be "Georgetown University and Washington, D.C." to mark the return to the Georgetown campus. Do some research on the University and the city in which we are located to be prepared!

SCS Virtual Trivia: Georgetown University and Washington D.C.
Date: Thursday, September 9
Time: 12:30pm-1:00pm ET

RSVP below!

https://forms.gle/VrUnr746YzWwvJGP9

09/03/2021

Friendly reminder that today, September 3rd is the last day of the add/drop period for the Fall 2021 semester. The deadline is 11:59 PM ET. This is the last day you can make any changes to your schedule without academic or financial penalty.

“We Can Be Hope for One Another” – An Inspiring Message to Begin the Academic Year – Mission in motion 09/02/2021

“We Can Be Hope for One Another – An Inspiring Message to Begin the Academic Year”. More than islands of individuals, the University is strong because of the unity that comes with supporting one another in difficult and uncertain circumstances like this moment in time.

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“We Can Be Hope for One Another” – An Inspiring Message to Begin the Academic Year – Mission in motion Posted on August 27, 2021August 27, 2021 by Jamie Kralovec“We Can Be Hope for One Another” – An Inspiring Message to Begin the Academic Year This week, as has been the tradition at Jesuit academic institutions since 1548, Georgetown celebrated the opening of the academic year with the Mass of ...

07/26/2021

A reminder about the upcoming Fall semester's operating status!

SCS Hoyas, we have an important announcement regarding the Fall 2021 semester. Beginning on August 16, Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies will resume regular operating status at our 640 Massachusetts Avenue campus. To ensure the safety of our students, staff, and faculty, we will continue to follow CDC and local guidelines and ask that everyone continue to wear appropriate face masks when indoors. In the meantime, please don't forget to submit your vaccination information through GU360 so that we can see you all on campus this fall. Visit the link below for more information and resources regarding our operating status, the Dean's message, and program-specific details on the return to campus. Be safe and we'll see you next month!

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This Summer: Learning to Pray – Mission in motion 07/19/2021

Mission in Motion Spotlight on SCS Mission Integration: “This Summer: Learning to Pray”. Learning to Pray is written for everyone from the doubter to the devout, from the seeker to the believer. It’s an invitation for people who have never prayed. It’s designed for people who would like to pray, but are worried they’ll do it the wrong way. Check it out below!

https://scsvalues.georgetown.domains/reflections-on-covid-19/this-summer-learning-to-pray/

This Summer: Learning to Pray – Mission in motion Posted on July 16, 2021July 16, 2021 by Jamie KralovecThis Summer: Learning to Pray Last summer, I offered a suggestion for “spiritual reading” as a way to grow in self-discovery during months of public health restrictions. My intention was to provide some insights about how the act of slow, sac...

Leveraging LinkedIn RSVP 07/16/2021

Leveraging LinkedIn: Hosted by the Professional Development Certificate team.

LinkedIn is a powerful online networking tool used by many recruitment professionals. Learn how to build a stand out profile, tips for connecting with your network, and how to utilize the platform for your job search. Wednesday, July 21 at 4 p.m. ET. RSVP below!

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Leveraging LinkedIn RSVP LinkedIn is a powerful online networking tool used by many recruitment professionals. Learn how to build a stand out profile, tips for connecting with your network, and how to utilize the platform for your job search. Date: Wednesday, July 21 Time: 4:00 pm Zoom Link: https://georgetown.zoom.us/j/964...

06/14/2021

Job Search 101: Hosted by the Professional Development Certificate team. This workshop will cover everything you need to know for launching your next job search! You'll learn the timing, preparation, and strategy required for job searching in today's market. Wednesday, June 16 at 4:30 pm ET. RSVP below!

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The Second COVID-19 Wave: India and Beyond 06/02/2021

Jack Talk After Dark: Colton Gibbons:

This Jack Talk will be with Colton Gibbons, an alumni of the Sports Industry Management program, who serves as the Executive Director of CAKE Society Company. As a community activist and nonprofit leader, Colton will discuss his career path and lessons learned while building the first BIPOC and Transgender led holistic health and fitness nonprofit.

Whether you are interested in starting your own nonprofit, a Zumba fanatic, or want to learn more about how Colton is building body positivity through dance ---this event is not to be missed. Grab a cocktail or a mocktail and come celebrate the launch of PRIDE month with us! Thursday, June 3 at 5:00 p.m. (ET) RSVP Here!

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The Second COVID-19 Wave: India and Beyond This panel aims to provide an opportunity to discuss past, current, and future challenges in India and other countries in South Asia related to public health generally and the COVID-19 pandemic in particular.

05/20/2021

Reminder: There are *TWO* graduations celebrations this year, SCS Hoyas. Sunday, May 23 is the virtual SCS commencement celebration.

The SCS Virtual Recognition Ceremony will be posted on the Georgetown SCS page. We will also provide direct links to program-specific ceremonies by the morning of Sunday, May 23. It is important that you, your family, and other invited guests have the direct link to your program’s respective ceremony so that you are all viewing the one in which your name will be read.

Ceremony 3: Liberal Studies (LS)
This virtual ceremony will include a reading of names for graduates of the following programs:

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Doctor of Liberal Studies

05/18/2021

Hoyas, it's that time of year again! We're pleased to announce the winners of this year's Tropaia awards! Congratulations to the incredible Hoyas who represent the spirit and excellence of the Georgetown SCS community. Help us congratulate the winners here and by attending the virtual ceremony on Wednesday, May 19. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/2PRZF6C

Public Religions in the COVID-19 World 05/12/2021

Public Religions in the COVID-19 World: A Conversation with José Casanova: José Casanova is one of the world's top scholars in the sociology of religion and a senior fellow at the Berkley Center, where his work focuses on globalization, religions, and secularization.

In this final event in the Global Religious and Secular Dynamics Discussion Series, Casanova will be interviewed by Thomas Banchoff, vice president for global engagement at Georgetown University.

This event is co-sponsored by Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and Reset Dialogues on Civilizations. Thursday, May 13 at 12:30 p.m. ET. RSVP below!

https://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/events/public-religions-in-the-covid-19-world

Public Religions in the COVID-19 World In this final event in the Global Religious and Secular Dynamics Discussion Series, José Casanova will be interviewed by Thomas Banchoff, vice president for global engagement at Georgetown University.

05/06/2021

Tomorrow, May 7th is the last day to withdraw or choose pass/fail.

04/27/2021

Contemplative Practices in Everyday Life: An Interfaith Discussion:
This semester, our theme for Press Pause was “Co-Creating Sacred Time.”

We have learned from seven different traditions about their holy days and have had a taste of their contemplative practices that set apart sacred time in day-to-day life, ranging from Simran meditation to Ignatian prayer.

For our final week, join the Press Pause team for an interfaith discussion on incorporating centering practices in everyday life. We want to hear from your experiences, too! Tuesday, April 27 at 5:00 p.m. Zoom link below!

https://georgetown.zoom.us/j/94579629333

04/19/2021

Congratulations to this year’s class of The Hoya Professional 30! In honor of our honorees, we also invite you to join us here for a virtual celebration on Wednesday, April 21 from 5:00-5:30 p.m. ET.

We are proud to present the following distinguished group of 30 Hoyas, who were chosen by a committee of Georgetown SCS faculty and staff from an impressive pool of candidates. Representing our incredibly diverse student body, our honorees are professionals on the rise, and all embody three fundamental qualities: excellence, leadership, and Jesuit values, such as being people for others.

04/15/2021

Overcoming Vaccine Rollout Challenges: Join us for a discussion on the challenges, learnings, and next steps in the most complex product rollout in US history: the COVID-19 vaccine.

Hear how both supply chain agility and consumer behavioral insights are critical, and what the future may hold for the vaccine rollout effort. Tuesday, April 20 at 6:00 p.m. ET. RSVP Below!

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04/15/2021
Here I Am 04/12/2021

Here I Am | An Original Performance by Mélisande Short-Colomb:

A native of New Orleans who began her studies at Georgetown in 2017 at the age of 63, Mélisande Short-Colomb is a direct descendant of Abraham Mahoney and Mary Ellen Queen who were among the 314 members of the group known today as the GU272, enslaved people owned and sold by the Maryland Jesuits in 1838 to rescue Georgetown University from insolvency and bankruptcy.

More than an autobiographical chronicle, this ritualistic experience weaves narrative, music, and imagery, inviting the audience on an experiential journey exploring Colomb’s loving and complicated relationship with the institution that enslaved her ancestors.

Interrogating uncomfortable truths, rather than offering easy answers, HERE I AM challenges participants to bear witness and to reckon with their own histories, and to imagine the future of racial justice in America. Premieres on Tuesday, April 13, at 7:00 p.m. ET. Register below!

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Here I Am World Premiere Virtual Performance created by The Lab and GU Theater & Performance Studies

04/07/2021

Don't forget to RSVP for tomorrow's Jack Talk with Liberal Studies alumna, Dawn Carpenter!

Next week's Jack Talk After Dark w/ Dawn Carpenter: This Jack Talk will be with Dawn Carpenter, a Doctor of Liberal Studies alumna, who currently serves as Host and Executive Producer of the What Does It Profit podcast and acts as the Practitioner Fellow at the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor of Georgetown University.

As a business ethicist, Dawn will discuss her experiences on Wall Street and how that impacted her current work in deciphering the responsibilities of wealth. Whether you are interested in working in nonprofit financial management, curious about the creation of her successful podcast, or wondering about how to make a positive impact in your chosen field, this event is not to be missed! Thursday, April 8 at 5:00 p.m. ET. RSVP below!

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04/06/2021

Vesak: Journeying Inwards with Compassion: Hosted by Campus Ministry.

Vesak commemorates the birth, enlightenment and death of Siddhartha Guatama, also known as Buddha.

Join us for a Press Pause with Interreligious Coordinator Jonathan Makransky. Drawing on the Buddha’s life story, this week’s meditation will focus on holding thought patterns and emotions, including difficult ones, in compassionate awareness, allowing us to transform all of our experiences into vehicles for awakening.

Students from any or no faith tradition are invited to attend. Tuesday, April 6 at 5:00 p.m. ET. Zoom link below.

https://georgetown.zoom.us/j/94579629333

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03/31/2021

Next week's Jack Talk After Dark w/ Dawn Carpenter: This Jack Talk will be with Dawn Carpenter, a Liberal Studies alumna, who currently serves as Host and Executive Producer of the What Does It Profit podcast and acts as the Practitioner Fellow at the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor of Georgetown University.

As a business ethicist, Dawn will discuss her experiences on Wall Street and how that impacted her current work in deciphering the responsibilities of wealth. Whether you are interested in working in nonprofit financial management, curious about the creation of her successful podcast, or wondering about how to make a positive impact in your chosen field, this event is not to be missed! Thursday, April 8 at 5:00 p.m. ET. RSVP below!

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