Author: Sarah Brady
World View

High school educators: Encourage students to apply for the 2018 Young Innovators Program

The Eshelman Institute for Innovation and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy are now accepting applications for the 2018 Young Innovators Program. What is the Young Innovators Program? The Young Innovators Program is an eight-week paid summer internship for high school

Teaching Holocaust Remembrance Day

On January 27th the world commemorates the Holocaust. It’s a relatively new day of international remembrance – the UN designated it in 2005 – and it falls on the date of the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945. It’s also a

College of the Albemarle Joins the NC Global Distinction Network

College of the Albemarle (COA) is World View’s newest community college partner to participate in the North Carolina Global Distinction (NCGD) Program. They’ve committed to emphasize teaching about global issues and world regions to prepare students to work in a global

Apply for CES’s EU in NC Study Tour for Educators

On January 25-26, 2018, the Center for European Studies will host a EU in NC Study Tour open to K-12, community college and HBCU/MSI educators. This is an intensive two-day study tour focused on “The European Union Today: The EU as a

Student Poster Competition on “Defiance: Unarmed Resistance During the Holocaust”

The Center for Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights Education of North Carolina Holocaust Speakers Bureau is holding its first annual poster competition. The 2018 theme is “DEFIANCE: Unarmed Resistance During the Holocaust.” The poster competition is open to all North

Free Live Event on “The Vietnam War” Documentary, 11/8 at 1:00 p.m.

Classrooms across the U.S. are invited to join presenting partners PBS Education, ITVS, National History Day and WETA on Wednesday, November 8 at 1:00 p.m. (ET) for a live, streaming-only event featuring filmmaker Lynn Novick, co-director of the PBS documentary

Attend the free, online Global Education Conference, 11/13-16

The Global Education Conference Network’s eighth annual worldwide collaboration on globally-connected education will take place around the clock starting Monday, November 13, and continuing through Thursday, November 16. This event is free, but does require that you register. Interested participants can

Join POV and Full Frame’s Free Online Webinar on Documentaries in the Classroom, 11/2

The Duke University Center for Documentary Studies’ Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is launching the first-ever webinar for K-12 teachers nationally. For many years, Full Frame has run a program for Durham Public School teachers called “Teach the Teachers” – making

K-12 Teachers: Apply for the Middle East & African Cultures Teacher Fellows Program

The Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies, Carolina K-12 and the UNC African Studies Center invite currently practicing K-12 teachers and curriculum coordinators across North Carolina to participate in the 2018 Middle East and African Cultures Teacher Fellows program. This

Attend “Turkey: From the Ottoman Empire to Contemporary History and Politics” Workshop

Secondary educators: Attend the “Turkey: From the Ottoman Empire to Contemporary History and Politics” workshop, presented by the Duke Islamic Studies Center with support from Qatar Foundation International and the Duke-UNC Consortium for Middle East Studies. The workshop will take