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mcgillycuddy-logue center for undergraduate global studies

The McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows Program incorporates three major components, which are integrated over a period of two years, starting from spring of the sophomore year through the fall of the senior year: academics, experiential learning, and individual and community development. Thematically, the program looks progressively outward as students first consider the meaning of service on a personal level, then look towards its meaning in the community, and finally interpret social justice on a global level. A senior capstone course draws together their experiences of service and reflection as students integrate what they have learned as McGillycuddy-Logue Fellows.

Each of the following components is required for successful completion of the McGillycuddy-Fellows Program:


  • Introductory course, "Global Ethics and Pragmatic Solidarity: Taking Action towards Transformative Change," 3 credits, spring semester of sophomore year with cohort. Course number UNAS1164    

  • Semester study abroad, fall, spring, or academic year of junior year

  • Senior Seminar, 3 credits, fall semester of senior year with cohort members


  • One weekend of the sophomore spring semester will be dedicated to a weekend-service learning retreat

  • International service experience during a semester abroad

Individual & Community Development

  • Retreat in the spring semester of their sophomore year

  • Retreat in the spring semester of their senior year, directly following the Senior Seminar

  • Ongoing roundtable discussions organized by the Fellows, focusing on topics related to the program and open to all members of the BC community