Category: 9-12

Book Review: And the Mountains Echoed

Reading fiction is an enjoyable way to learn about different lands and cultures as well as our common humanity that ties us together.  Khaled Hosseini, the bestselling author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, has written a

The 14th Annual North Carolina Japanese Language Speech Contest for High School Students

March 12, 2016 1:30pm – 5:00pm This contest promotes the study and understanding of Japanese as a foreign language at the high school level and encourages students to use their language skills to communicate ideas and information in a natural

New Roots / Nuevas Raices Oral History Program and Reception

February 24 @ 5:30-7:30 pm UNC-Chapel Hill FedEx Global Education Center, 301 Pittsboro St., Chapel Hill  A project of the Latino Migration Project, housed in the Institute for the Study of the Americas

Film Screening: Timbuktu

Thursday, February 18 | Doors at 6:00pm, Movie at 6:30pm Nelson Mandela Auditorium, FedEx Global Education Center, UNC-CH

World View Participant Featured in NCSCA News!

World View participant and school counselor at William G. Enloe Magnet High School, Toria Greene, was recently featured in the NCSCA News, a newsletter resource for North Carolina school counselors. Ms. Greene’s article, “Multicultural Competence, A Work in Progress Through Cultural Immersion,”

Upcoming FREE Programs for Teachers

Witnessing the Witnesses: Teaching the Holocaust in North Carolina March 4-5, 2016

World View is Hiring!

World View is excited to announce an opening for the position of Assistant Program Manager.  The Assistant Program Manager position supports World View’s core mission of helping North Carolina educators internationalize their schools and community colleges by providing office support

World View Introduces North Carolina Educators to Education, Environment in Ecuador

Story and photos by Shannon Harvey, UNC Global. Published January 6, 2015. Antonio Wilkins, principal of Magnolia Elementary in Lumberton, North Carolina, has deep roots in Robeson County. He grew up in nearby Pembroke, a town of around 3,000 and

What will you explore in 2016?

Each year at the Global Education Leaders Program we begin the program with three questions: What do you Love? What are you good at doing? Does the world need it? When the Leaders’ cohort begins the discussion they reflect on

FREE Professional Development on WWI and the Transformation of the Middle East

World War I and the Transformation of the Middle East February 19-20, 2016 UNC-Chapel Hill