The Global Education Forum, co-sponsored by Asia Society and Penn GSE, will be held on October 16 and 17 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The conference is an opportunity to engage in a critical conversation between K–12 and higher education educators about how best to prepare students for a global world. By attracting educators from around the world to discuss best practices, promising programs and research, the Global Education Forum will highlight the importance of learning with and from different education systems to help inform our own practice.
Through a series of interactive formats, participants will explore how to prepare students to be globally competent, review trends and best practices in teacher and leadership development, as well as develop strategies for teaching and assessing critical 21st century skills.
• Develop your global competence as an educator
• Learn about best practice strategies and global learning…
Ten days in the Costa Rican rainforest becomes the learning adventure of a lifetime. With each challenge overcome, you will grow: within yourself, as a leader, as a community, as a peacebuilder.
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Developed for professionals and graduate students of conflict resolution and peacebuilding, the Practicum allows participants to learn,…
"I think there's a new breed of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who are very entrepreneurial. A lot of the missions that they had in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other parts of the world really lent to this entrepreneurial spirit."
In this Carnegie Council New Leaders podcast, host Alex Woodson sits down with Jayson Browder, the founder and executive director of Veterans4Diplomacy, an organization whose goal is to empower student veterans who are interested in serving again and making an impact. In addition to being the founder and executive director of Veterans4Diplomacy, Jayson is also a U.S. Air Force veteran, a Fulbright Scholar, and a Presidential Management Fellow.
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Launched in 1949 with support from the Carnegie Corporation, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship seeks to promote the quality of responsible and discerning journalism that exemplified the work of Edward R. Murrow. In 1965, the program was renamed in his honor and is supported by the CBS Foundation and Ford Foundation. One CFR resident fellowship is awarded each year to a distinguished foreign correspondent or editor.
The Edward R. Murrow Press Fellow spends nine months full-time in residence at CFR’s headquarters in New York. The program enables the fellow to engage in sustained analysis and writing, expand his or her intellectual and professional horizons, and extensively participate in CFR’s active program of meetings and events. The fellow will be part of the David Rockefeller Studies Program, CFR’s think tank, alongside the program’s full-time, adjunct, and visiting…Continue
In one of the biggest military engagement USA is involved in after second world war is in Afghanistan.The War in Afghanistan began on 7 October 2001, as the armed forces of the…Continue
In the days of mediatization when it is mostly media which sets agenda and information war fare decides public perception ,it is very important for common news consumers to understand how good or bad is information warfare in corporate media. And…Continue