The Center for Global Initiatives hosts and co-sponsors global events and conferences across campus and in our community. Of note are our recurring events that take place throughout the year, Global Projects Showcase and International Coffee Hour.
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The 2017 Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Conference theme is "Bridging Divides." Class XIV Rotary Peace Fellows will be presenting their research, sharing examples of hope, peace-making and positive change from every corner of the earth. To learn more, visit the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace website. Save Save Save Save Save SaveFind out more »
GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics is designed to help students evaluate expectations, anticipate potential cultural and ethical challenges, prepare for engagement in communities, and develop intercultural competencies. This is a required event for all students who receive funding from the Center for Global Initiatives. Register online today! Save Save Save Save SaveFind out more »
UNC students, faculty, alumni and staff are invited to submit up to three photos representing any world region as a part of the annual Carolina Global Photo Competition. There is no restriction on the period in which the photograph was taken, and travel need not have been connected to a program at UNC. Distinctive images that embrace new perspectives are highly regarded. Grand prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place. Prizes include a grand prize, gift certificates…Find out more »
The Passport to Go! program provides funding for first-year or new transfer students to obtain their first U.S. passport. Applications from students who otherwise would not be able to afford the cost of a passport are prioritized, and we are specifically targeting students traditionally underrepresented in global opportunities (read more about our Opening Access initiative here). The primary goal of this award is to encourage students to begin participating in global opportunities early in their academic careers. Applications must be…Find out more »