Author: Julie Kinnaird
World View

Summer Reading

Looking for a good summer read? Take a look at what World View staff are reading for inspiration! Educated by Tara Westover Tara Westover was born to survivalists in the mountains of Idaho. She grew up in isolation without any

Save-the-date for the Fourth Annual Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium!

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 UNC Chapel Hill In the Learning through Languages High School Research Symposium, North Carolina world language high school students will have the opportunity to showcase their language, research, and presentation skills in a scholarly environment. Eligible

Resources for Building Global Competency

We may not cross physical borders regularly, but we cross cultural borders every day in our classrooms. As we are aware of our own traditions and values, it is important to be mindful and respectful of others and to be

World View Scholarship Winners Announced

World View is committed to ensuring accessibility to our programs for all North Carolina K-12 and community college educators. We are pleased to provide an annual scholarship for a select educator to attend a World View March seminar of their

Equity in Education and World View’s Upcoming Seminar, Building Stronger Bridges: Cultural Respect and Equity in the Classroom

Last week education leaders met at the Public School Forum of North Carolina’s breakfast meeting to discuss the top ten issues in education for 2018. As noted in priority #8, “let’s get comfortable with the uncomfortable” was a recommendation to

Join our team! World View is hiring.

World View seeks a highly organized individual with a background and interest in global studies, education, public relations and travel abroad experience to serve as full-time Administrative Services Coordinator. The individual should be committed to World View’s mission of working with K-12 and

World View Offers Scholarships for Spring Seminars

World View is committed to ensuring accessibility to our programs for all North Carolina K-12 and community college educators and is offering scholarships to four educators to attend a March seminar of their choosing. The 2018 James L. Peacock Scholarship

International Education Week 2017

Celebrate International Education Week, November 13-17, 2017 International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of

World View Receives UNC Food for All Grant to Bring Conflict Kitchen to Chapel Hill

Every three years the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chooses a university-wide common theme to call on the campus and all of its members and resources to mobilize around a common issue facing our society. This year the theme

Culture Not A Costume

On the evening of October 31 the streets will be filled with jack-o-lanterns, ghosts and goblins, but also Pikachus, Elsas, doctors, astronauts, and more. Costumes that may be fun and games to some, can be hurtful or offensive to others.