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  • Dr Hyoun-A Joo and Dr Lina Tuschling receive Best Article Award

    September 11, 2023

    Congratulations to Dr. Hyoun-A Joo and Dr. Lina Tuschling for receiving the Best Article Award from the journal Die Unterrichtspraxis / Teaching German!

    "Tesla in Grünheide: Growing Intercultural Competence Through Role-Play Simulation" (2022)

    Click here to read the full article!

  • Dr. Anthony F. Lemieux Joins Global Workshops and Panels to Tackle Online Extremism and Urban Development

    June 26, 2023

    Dr. Anthony F. Lemieux, co-director of the Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC), actively participates in international workshops and panels focused on tackling online extremism and addressing urban development. He tackled topics about research on online extremism and online extremist ecosystems, responsive and responsible cities, and transatlantic citizen engagement.

  • Exploring Higher Education Linkages between Universities in Zimbabwe and Atlanta

    May 25, 2023

    Government officials, university representatives, and professionals in the field of education from Zimbabwe and Atlanta meet to discuss international collaboration and educational partnerships.

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  • K20 Arabic Teachers Workshop: Empowering Educators of Arabic Language and Culture

    April 29, 2023

    The Arabic Teachers Council of the South organized a K20 Arabic Teachers Workshop titled "Empowering Educators of Arabic Language and Culture" at Amana Academy, hosting speakers from diverse institutions who presented on various topics including project-based learning, virtual exchange, improving reading comprehension, and integrating Arabic grammar. The workshop aimed to strengthen the capacity of Arabic teachers in the southern U.S. states by providing professional development opportunities and fostering a community of support.

  • Truman Center Nuclear Security Workshop

    April 15, 2023

    The Truman Center hosted a two-day Nuclear Security Workshop for undergraduate students from the Metro Atlanta region to engage with experts in nuclear security. The workshop aimed to diversify the nuclear policy field and included interactive discussions and presentations on various topics. The Truman Center's efforts prioritize underrepresented communities in the nuclear policy field, including women, people of color, and members of the LGBTQ+ community, and they achieve their goals by organizing convenings that engage stakeholders in discussions on how nuclear security intersects with critical issues.

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    September 19, 2024, 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

    Location: Butts County Performing Arts Center, 405 Franklin Street Jackson, GA 302233

    3rd ANNUAL STARLT SEMINAR in collaboration with the Atlanta Global Studies Center and Georgia TESOL.