Recent Press Coverage
AGREC Partner KSU Addresses Global Issues at the Local Level through Community Projects
March 15, 2023
Faculty and staff from Kennesaw State University will lead six collaborative projects during the 2022-23 academic year as part of the Atlanta Global Research & Education Collaborative (AGREC) program.
Kennesaw State is one of six affiliated universities with AGREC, including Emory University, Spelman College, Agnes Scott College, and the Atlanta Global Studies Center, a consortium of Georgia Tech and Georgia State University. The initiative has awarded $105,000 this year to support 11 selected projects.
Published in: https://www.globalatlanta.com/
Oglethorpe University Hosts Conference Focused on Supporting Undocumented Students
November 20, 2022
Last month, Oglethorpe University hosted the inaugural “Coalition and Community Building: Supporting Georgia’s Undocumented Students in Higher Education.” The conference was sponsored by the Atlanta Global Research and Education Collaborative (AGREC) and gathered community leaders, higher education faculty and staff, immigration lawyers, high school counselors, local nonprofits, faith institutions and immigrant advocacy organizations to find new ways to support a group of students that Georgia critically underserves, and frankly, actively oppresses.
Published in: Oglethorpe University Hosts Conference Focused on Supporting Undocumented Students
Workshop for the Arabic Teachers Council
March 21, 2022
Amana Academy hosted the first workshop for the Arabic Teachers Council of the South in partnership with the Atlanta Global Studies Center and ALIF Institute.
Published in: Workshop for the Arabic Teachers Council