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This first e-news of 2018 focuses on Go Global NC’s China Programs. Students who study Chinese language, history, and culture will be positioned to take advantage of global opportunities in North Carolina, across the U.S., and the world.
End of Year 2017
This special issue reflects on 2017 programs, reviews North Carolina’s global engagement, and celebrates the donors, partners, and friends that have made 2017 a great year for Go Global NC.
This special issue celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Awareness Month with a look at the Latino Initiative – Law Enforcement programs of 2016 and 2017 and the cultural significance of lucha libre.
This issue includes a look at our second delegation of Latino Initiative-Law Enforcement, recognizes the achievements of board member Wayne McDevitt, the latest North Carolina Global Engagement Snapshot update, and 360 degree picture of the Taj Mahal from our Burroughs Wellcome Fund Scholars – India 2017 program.
This issue includes a look our Burroughs Wellcome Fund Scholars – India 2017 program through their reflections on EducationNC, our new communications director, a cultural exchange taking place on the elementary level, and a special global glimpse from Morocco.
This issue includes a look at our most recent Global Teachers program to Germany, an interview with Hola NC, a look at Morrisville’s East Meets West Festival, how N.C. attracts foreign businesses, and a global recipe for cooling down in the summer heat.
This issue includes a look at the special Moroccan dinner that chef Ben Mohamed Mchabcheb cooked for Go Global NC, learned about Onslow County School’s global education programs, and learned why our staff goes global.
This issue includes a special look at the 38 Campaign, with stories about First Lady Rosalynn Carter’s surprise for early participants, how to describe Go Global NC in 38 seconds, a profile of our board member Anita Brown-Graham, and travel tips from our staff and board.
This issue includes a look at the decades of partnership between North Carolina and Moldova, a recap of the Global Leaders Foreign Policy Lunch & Learn, a congratulations for the 2017 Teacher of the Year, and a new way to connect with Go Global NC.
This issue includes a look at the first Global Leaders Forum and Foreign Policy Lunch & Learn, educational workshops on South Africa, a look at new board members, the return of the first Latino Initiative Latin American Series to Cuba, and a sneak peak at Culinary Diplomacy.
This issue includes a look at how to bring a global perspective to Valentine’s Day, a letter from our executive director about our commitment to connecting North Carolina to the world, a look at a few global teachers who are crowdsourcing, how North Newton Elementary Students are being global in their education, and our new feature – Behind the Photo.
This issue includes the journey of law enforcement officials on the Latino Initiative, a look at the Chinese Lantern Festival held in Cary, how a North Carolina-native embraced learning a second language, and information about the Confucius Institute Chinese Language contests.
This issue includes the story of one teacher’s translation of her experience with Global Teachers South Africa into puppets, how Sprint Foundation is trying to close the homework gap in North Carolina, a new partnership for Wilmington ports, and what our Latino Initiative participants have learned about a fruit called tunas.
This issue includes information about Go Global NC’s first program to Cuba in 2017, the first schools to receive North Carolina’s Global-Ready School designation, how nonstop flights connect North Carolina to the world, and more.
This issue includes the exciting launch of the North Carolina Global Engagement Snapshot, the follow-up from Global Teachers: South Africa 2016, the impact of the Latino Initiative Law Enforcement 2016 program, a VaccinatioNCelebration, and a story about the global dinner table at Bida Manda.
This issue includes a video of our conversation with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney about the Latino Initiative: Law Enforcement program, a report about the recent Global Teachers: South Africa program, news about the global badging program, and more.
Read about the Burroughs Wellcome Fund Scholars program in Singapore, our Kickstarter to support a new Latino Initiative for Law Enforcement, our Featured Traveler, and more. Also participate in our new Global Glimpses poll.
Featured in the July issue are stories about a Japanese company making life sweeter in Mebane, an N.C. State University program that helps students and businesspeople gain global know-how, and our new feature Global Glimpses.
Featured in the June issue are stories about Go Global NC’s new website, recognizing students who are excelling in Chinese language and culture studies, and the success of North Carolina’s life sciences sector.