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Global Tuesday Drop-In

500 Poe Hall 2310 Stinson Dr, Raleigh, NC

SUMMER AND FALL 2022 STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Did you know that study abroad application deadlines (Feb 1st for Fall 2022 and Feb 15th for Summer 2022) are coming up? Stop by to express your interest and ask all your questions. Global Programs Office

PD 6690 – Teacher Wars!

Need to practice building lesson plans? We have the perfect PGU opportunity for you! Attendees will be split into groups (or come with your group of 3-4 friends!) and given 30 minutes to come up with their best lesson plan. Our judges will pick a winning group to receive gift cards. Our lesson plan topic…

PD 724 – Developing Cultural Competence Co-curricular Student Certificate offered by NC State Global Training Initiative

The College of Education is sponsoring the $100 Program Fee for students who wish to participate in the virtual Developing Cultural Competence (DCC) program hosted by the NC State Global Training Initiative. This co-curricular certificate program aims to help you identify your own cultural preferences and equip you with the tools to understand the preferences…

Developing Cultural Competence Certificate Program and Other Global Learning Opportunities

512 Poe Hall

This student panel and information session is for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the Developing Cultural Competence Student Certificate Program and other global learning opportunities. Becky Cibulskis from the Global Training Initiative and Robin Stewart from the Study Abroad Office will answer your questions. Undergraduate students and MAT students are eligible to…

NC State’s Inaugural Equity Research Symposium

Partners from across NC State are coming together in 2022 to share and catalyze new cutting-edge, equity-focused and equity-relevant research. The university’s first Equity Research Symposium will contemplate the question: “what does equity mean to me?” throughout the day. The event will feature panel presentations, lightning-rod presentations, poster presentations and round table discussions.

Doctoral Dissertation: JEN DENEAL

Doctoral Dissartation: Jen DeNeal, Politics and Teacher Preparation: A Case Study Inquiry Into the Creation of the North Carolina Residency Model and the Relationship Between Residency Preparation and Pedagogical Effectiveness. Under the direction of Dr. Timothy Drake. March 22, 2022 at 2 p.m. Zoom link:

PD 6691 – FILM SCREENING of RESILIENCE: The Science of Stress and the Biology of Hope

Join us watching the film RESILIENCE, which has themes of trauma-informed teaching, how toxic stress and childhood trauma affect the brains of children and adults, and proactive strategies to combat the effects of trauma, with breakout discussion groups and questions. Date: Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 Time: 5:00 - 7:00 PM Location: Poe Hall 424 Audience:…