2014 Global Education Leaders’ Program

June 16-20
Center for School Leadership Development, Chapel Hill, NC

 

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Cost: $625 ($375 for program registration and $250 for a five-night double occupancy stay at a local hotel. A single room requires $250 supplement. Continental breakfast and lunches include.) 

If you are interested in intending the Global Education Leaders’ Program, please email Charlé LaMonica at lamonica@unc.edu.

 

Co-Sponsors

Schedule at a Glance

Readings

Global Education Resources

Hotel Information and Directions: Google Maps  |  PDF  |  Directions from Sheraton to CSLD

Directions to Center for School Leadership and Development (CSLD)

 Co-sponsors 

African Studies Center (UNC)
Asian/Pacific Studies Institute (Duke)
Center for European Studies/EU Center for Excellence (UNC)
Center for Global Initiatives (UNC)
Center for Slavic, Eurasian & East European Studies (Duke-UNC)
Global Business Center (UNC)
Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (Duke-UNC)
Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations (Duke-UNC)
Triangle Institute for Security Studies (Duke, NC State, UNC)

– Schedule at a Glance –

Monday, June 16  

Day 1 – Setting the Stage

TIME SESSION TITLE LOCATION
8:30am Opening BreakfastWelcome
Carol Tresolini, Vice Provost for Academic Initiatives Office of the Provost
UNC at Chapel Hill

CSLD Dining Room

9:15am Welcome and Introductions
Charlé LaMonica
World View
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111

10:15am Challenge of a Global World and the Need to Understand it

Room 111

11:35am Break and pick-up box lunches

Room 111

11:45am Cultural Dimensions of Globalization and Culture Active Assessment
Tim Flood
Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111

2:15pm Break

Room 111

2:30pm Book Discussion:
That Used to be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and How We Can Come Back
By Thomas L. Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum
Charlé LaMonica (facilitator)

Room 111

3:30pm Transition to Rooms
3:40pm Global Education: Professional Goal Setting, Creating the VisionGrades K-5: Julie Kinnaird, World View (moderator)
Grades 6-12: Charlé LaMonica, World View (moderator)
Community College: Neil Bolick, World View (moderator)

Room 127

Room 111

Room 119

4:30pm AdjournDinner on your own. Please see list of area international restaurants in your binder.

 

Tuesday, June 17  

Day 2 – Global Issues

TIME SESSION TITLE LOCATION
7:55am Book Announcement: The future of learning: Grounding educational innovation in the learning sciences, by R. Keith Sawyer
Neil Bolick, World View

Room 111

8:00am America in the Post Meltdown, Upside Down World: Globalizing, Rebalancing, and Innovating
Peter Brews
Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina

Room 111

10:00am Break
10:15am Film

Room 111

11:15am Sustainable Food Security in a Hot, Crowded, Underfed and Overfed World
Greg Pillar
Department of Environmental Science, Queens University of Charlotte

Room 111

12:15pm Lunch(Note: Community College participants will be enjoying lunch in the Trillium Dining Room with Hans-Peter Mengele, chief executive of the Karlsruhe Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Southwestern Germany)

The Friday Center Trillium Room

1:15pm Lessons from the European Union
Layna Mosley
Department of Political Science
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111

2:15pm Break
2:30pm Disruptive Demographics: Inequality in America
Jim Johnson
Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111

4:15pm What have we learned so far? Time to reflect and discuss.

Room 111

5:15pm Adjourn and travel to restaurant
5:30pm Group Dinner

Directions to be provided

 

Wednesday, June 18  

Day 3 – Global Issues

TIME SESSION TITLE LOCATION
7:55am Book Announcement: Open City, by Teju Cole
Justin Hubbard, World View
Room 111
8:00am The African Diaspora in the Americas
Joseph Jordan
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
9:15am The Middle East in the 21st Century
Kathryn Johnson
Department of Religious Studies
UNC at Charlotte
Room 111
10:30am Election of Class Co-Presidents
10:35am Break
10:45am China in the 21st Century
Michael Tsin
Department of History
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
11:45pm Lunch The Friday Center
Trillium Dining Room
12:45pm Global Issues Seminar: Universal Education for GirlsSeminar Leaders:
Jayne Fleener, College Education, NC State University
Christi Hurt, Carolina Women’s Center, UNC at Chapel Hill
Doris Terry Williams, The Rural School and Community Trust

Room 127
Room 111
Room 119

2:00pm Understanding Memory, Overcoming Memories: Cuba and the United States
Louis Pérez
Department of History and the Institute for the Study of the Americas
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111

3:15pm Break
3:30 American Grand Strategy and Back to the Future: Russia, China, and the Return of Geopolitics
Peter Feaver
Department of Political Science
Duke University

Room 111

5:00pm Adjourn: Dinner on your own.

Thursday, June 19  

Day 4 – U.S. Place in the World

TIME SESSION TITLE LOCATION
7:55am Book Announcement: Bend, Not Break: A Life in Two Worlds
By Ping Fu
Julie Kinnaird, World View
 Room 111
8:00am Challenges and Responsibilities of the United States
Robin Dorff
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Kennesaw State University
Room 111
9:15am Break
9:30am International Terrorism: Background & Future
Joseph Caddell
Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
10:45am TBD
Room 111
11:45am Lunch The Friday Center
Trillium Dining Room
12:45pm The Difference Between Leadership and Management:
Choosing the Right Balance
Mabel Miguel
Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
2:00pm Break Room 111
2:15pm Communications Revolution
Christian Lundberg
Department of Communication Studies
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
3:30pm Interview with Professor Gerhard Weinberg
Gerhard Weinberg
Kenan Professor Emeritus of History
UNC at Chapel HillSusan King
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
UNC at Chapel Hill
 Room 111
4:30pm
Adjourn and Travel to Home of Charlé LaMonica
5:00-7:00pm A Reception to Honor the Participants and Faculty
of the 2014 Global Education Leaders’ Program
11 Sagebrush Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516

 

Friday, June 20 

Day 5 – Pulling it all Together and Bringing it Home

TIME SESSION TITLE LOCATION
7:55am Book announcement: Imagining America: Stories from the
Promised Land
Edited by Wesley Brown and Amy Ling
Alexandria Faulkenbury, World View
 Room 111
8:00am Globalization and the South
Panel:
James Peacock, UNC at Chapel Hill
Hodding Carter III, Department of Public Policy, UNC at Chapel Hill
Hannah Gill, UNC Institute for the Americas
Jennifer Ho, English & Comparative Literature, UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
9:30am Global Education: Professional Goal Setting, Moving Forward
Presentations by participants
Grades K-5: Julie Kinnaird, World View
Grades 6-8 and 9-12: Charlé LaMonica, World View
Community College: Neil Bolick, World View
Room 127
Room 111
Room 119
11:15am Group Photograph CSLD Foyer
11:30am Graduation Luncheon
James Peacock, World View Advisory Board Chair, presiding
Department of Anthropology, UNC at Chapel Hill
Welcome
Carol Tresolini, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
UNC at Chapel HillLeading the Way in Global Education for North CarolinaRemarks by Class Co-PresidentsDriving Global Learning in North Carolina
Charlé LaMonica, World View
UNC at Chapel Hill

Presentation of Certificates
Dwayne Pinkney
Vice Provost for Finance and Academic Planning
UNC at Chapel Hill
The Friday Center
Willow Lounge
1:30pm Final Adjournment

 

 

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