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Symposium: Connecting Your Classroom to the World: Collaborating with the UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers
May 12, 2021 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us on May 12 to learn about the interesting collaborations between UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers and Minority Serving Institution and Community College faculty.
The event will feature speakers from Minority Serving Institutions and Community Colleges from across the Southeast. Our speakers will talk about how UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers’ resources have helped faculty internationalize their curriculum. The Area Studies Centers will also talk about all resources available to MSI and CC faculty, including funding for travel and classroom resources.
Opening session introducing the UNC and Duke Area Studies Centers
Session 1: Tailoring the global to your local
Session 2: Making connections across borders
Please RSVP at go.unc.edu/globalsymposium.
This event is a collaboration between the African Studies Center, Carolina Asia Center, the Center for European Studies, the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies, and the Institute for the Study of the Americas.