GSL5: Dignity & Justice in Global Service Learning

Location: University of Notre Dame Conference Center, McKenna Hall


5th Global Service-Learning Summit 

April 15–17, 2018 | University of Notre Dame


The Center for Social Concerns at the University of Notre Dame is honored to be hosting GSL5: Dignity & Justice in Global Service-Learning, April 15-17, 2018. We hope that you will join with this growing community of practice to share your experience, knowledge and scholarship of the work you do in engaging our students and faculty globally.

This 5th Global Service-Learning Summit seeks to create a space for active listening and critical dialogue between secular and faith-based organizations that are committed to co-educating and collaborating for social change and that wish to recover and re-examine the values which underlie the work.

The Summit's theme, Dignity & Justice in Global Service-Learning, aims to bring visibility and awareness to the history, richness of values, and moral dimensions in higher education, including the role of faith-based and secular institutions in supporting community and international development, civic and political engagement, democracy and human rights, while also educating students as faith-filled people and/or socially responsible global citizens.

Aligned with the Summit’s themes, see resources that have explored faith, values, and service-learning.

For more information, contact Rachel Tomas Morgan (University of Notre Dame), Eric Hartman or Nora Reynolds (Haverford College).

Summit Overview
Keynotes & Plenaries
Schedule at a Glance
Pre-Summit Workshop: Global Service-Learning 101
Summit Fee, Accommodations and Travel Information