Date(s) - Tuesday, September 12, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Washington Hebrew Congregation
Georgetown Professor and Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization Jacques Berlinerblau talks about what the college experience is like today—an experience which is radically different from the one that parents of high school seniors might be familiar with. Lingering on the crisis of professorial employment, the demise of the humanities, and the collapse of undergraduate teaching, Berlinerblau focuses on what Jewish parents need to know about America’s colleges and universities beyond the hype and headlines. Those currently undergoing the application process, or those simply interested in the state of American higher education, will find themselves both entertained and concerned.
This event is free! To register: https://foundjs.salsalabs.org/jacquesberlinerblaucampusconfidential/index.html
Jacques Berlinerblau is a Professor and the Director of the Center for Jewish Civilization at the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University. His work has appeared in the The Washington Post, The Nation, and the Chronicle of Higher Education, and he has appeared on CNN, PBS, CBS, NPR and elsewhere. He is the author of seven books. The most recent is Campus Confidential: How College Works, Or Doesn’t, For Professors, Parents, and Students (Melville House, 2017).
This event is co-sponsored by The Foundation for Jewish Studies and Washington Hebrew Congregation