2010 Global Education Leaders' Program
June 13-18

UNC at Chapel Hill

Co-Sponsors
(click each sponsor to visit their website)
African Studies Center
Asian/Pacific Studies Institute
Center for European Studies
Center for Global Initiatives
Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies
CIBER at UNC School of Business
Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Triangle Institute for Security Studies

Important Links
Click for a flyer with a registration form.
Click for directions to the Holiday Inn Express.
Click for directions to the Center for School Leadership Development.
Click for pre- and post-program information, including emailed articles.


 
 
TIME
SESSION TITLE
LOCATION
Sunday
June 13

 

 
3:30-4:30
Check-in at the Holiday Inn Express for registration and program packet Breakfast room of the Holiday Inn Express (6119 Farrington Rd, Chapel Hill NC 27517)
5:00-7:00
Opening Reception Home of Robert and
Jean Phay (123 Morgan Bend Ct Chapel Hill, NC)

 

TIME
SESSION TITLE

LOCATION

Monday
June 14

Day 1: Globalization
Center for
School Leadership Development
8:00
Welcome and Introductions
Robert Phay, World View
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
9:00

The Challenge of a Global World and the Need to Understand It
André Peek, IBM Global Technology Services
Durham, NC

Room 111
10:15
Break  
10:30

Globalization and its Discontent
Gilbert Merkx, Office of the Provost
Duke University

Room 111
11:45
Introduction to Socratic Seminars
Robert Phay, World View
Room 111
12:00
Lunch The Friday Center, Trillium Dining Room
1:00

Global Issues Seminar:
"The World Turned Upside Down", The Economist (April 2010)
Neil Bolick, World View
Carina Brossy, World View
Meghan Gosk, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC at Chapel Hill

Rooms 111, 119, 127
2:15
Media and Entertainment in the Flat World
Debashis Aikat, School of Journalism and Mass Communication
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
3:15
Break  
3:30

The Challenges and Responsibilities for the Single Superpower
Robin Dorff, Strategic Studies Institute
U.S. Army War College [canceled]

Room 111
4:45
Introduction of Global Education Action Plans
Grades K-5: Julie Kinnaird, World View (moderator) [PPT Slides]
Grades 6-8 and 9-12: Carina Brossy, World View (moderator) [PPT_Slides]
Community College: Neil Bolick, World View (moderator)
Rooms 111, 119, 127
5:30

Adjourn

Dinner on your own. Please see list of area ethnic restaurants in your binder.

 

 

TIME
SESSION TITLE
LOCATION
Tuesday
June 15
Day 2: Geopolitics in an Age of Global Terrorism
Center for
School Leadership Development
8:00
Communications Revolution
Christian Lundberg, Department of Communication Studies
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
9:00

Israel and Palestine
Gerhard Weinberg, Professor of History Emeritus
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111
10:00
Break  
10:15

Video: I.O.U.S.A.: One Nation. Under Sress. In Debt.

Room 111
11:00

Meet and Greet with National Resource Centers and International Organization Representatives (with coffee)
African Studies Center*
Asian/Pacific Studies Institute*
Bead for Life (display only)
Carolina Asia Center
Center for European Studies* / EU Center of Excellence
Center for the Study of Middle East and Muslim Civilizations

CIBER at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School*
Center for International Understanding / NC in the World
Center for Global Initiatives*
Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies*
Consortium for Latin American and Caribbean Studies*
Facing the Future
(display only)
Heifer International (display only)
NC Consortium for South Asian Studies*
Triangle Institute for Security Studies*
UNC School of Education / Center for Educational Excellence
United Nations Association
VIF International Education


*Co-sponsors of the 2010 Global Education Leaders’ Program

CSLD Dining Room
12:00
Lunch The Friday Center, Trillium Dining Room
1:00
Global Issues Seminar:
Three Cups of Tea, G. Mortenson & D.O. Relin
Meredith Henderson, Center for International Understanding
Lynn Knauff, Gillings School of Global Public Health, UNC at Chapel Hill
Brock Ridge, Onslow County
Rooms 111, 119, 127
2:15
International Terrorism: Background & Future
David Schanzer, Triangle Center on Terrorism & Homeland Security
UNC at Chapel Hill and Duke University
Room 111
3:30
Break  
3:45
Globalization: An Economic Perspective [PPT_Slides]
Peter Brews, Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
5:15

Adjourn

Dinner on your own.

 

 

TIME
SESSION TITLE
LOCATION
Wednesday
June 16
Day 3: United States' Place in the World
Center for School Leadership Development
8:00
Education: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Cate Brubaker and Anamaria Knight
VIF International Education
Room 111
9:15
U.S. and the New Europe [PPT_Slides]
Erica Edwards, Center for European Studies
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
10:15
Break  
10:30
Contemporary Latin American Politics [PPT_Slides]
Jonathan Hartlyn, College of Arts and Sciences
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
11:30
Election of Class Co-Presidents Room 111
11:45
Lunch The Friday Center, Trillium Dining Room
12:45
Global Issues Seminar:
The Post-American World, F. Zakaria
Leslie Beasley and Katharine Robinson, World View
Emanuel Coman, Department of Political Science, UNC at Chapel Hill
Brock Ridge, Onslow County
Rooms 111, 119, 127
2:00
India's Global Economy
Pranab Majumder, Fuqua School of Business
Duke University
The Indian Economy
Social Context in India

Room 111
3:00
Break  
3:15
Carolina for Kibera: Student Impact in Central Africa
Kim Page, Carolina for Kibera Board of Directors
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
4:15

The State of Markets in China
Robert Bushman, Kenan-Flagler Business School
UNC at Chapel Hill

Room 111
5:15

Adjourn

Dinner on your own.

 

 

TIME
SESSION TITLE
LOCATION
Thursday
June 17
Day 4: Population Dynamics, Immigration, and the Environment
Center for School Leadership Development
8:00
Global Immigration and the New Latino South [PPT_Slides]
Gabriela Zabala, Latino/Hispanic Affairs, Office of the Governor
Raleigh, NC
Room 111
9:15
Population Dynamics and Global Health Issues
Timothy Mastro, Family Health International
Raleigh, NC
Room 111
10:30
Break  
10:45
Critical Global Environmental Issues [PPT_Slides]
Frederic Pfaender, Department of Environmental Sciences & Engineering
UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
12:00
Lunch The Friday Center, 2nd Floor Atrium
1:00

Human Trafficking: A Global and Local Perspective [PPT_Slides]
Human Trafficking Fact Sheet
Human Trafficking Speech by the US State Department's Luis Cdebaca
Donna Bickford, Carolina Women’s Center
UNC at Chapel Hill

Rooms 111
2:00
Break  
2:15

Global Issues and Seminar:
"2 Million Minutes" documentary film, viewing of film and discussion
Suzanne Gulledge, School of Education, UNC at Chapel Hill
Barbara Kelley, Asia Society
Terri Mozingo, Durham County Schools

Room 111, 119, 127
4:15
Global Education Resources: An Administrator's Guide
Grades K-5: Chris Knott, Joyner Elementary School, Wake County Schools PPT Slide
Grades 6-8 and 9-12: Jacson Lowe, Cedar Ridge HS, Orange County Schools PPT_Slide
Community College: Neil Bolick, World View and Maria Fraser-Molina, Durham Technical Community College
Room 127, 111, 119
5:15

Adjourn

Dinner on your own.

 

 

TITLE
SESSION TITLE
LOCATION
Friday
June 18
Day 5: Bringing It All Together
Center for School Leadership Development
8:00
Globalization and the South
Panel:
James Peacock, Department of Anthropology, UNC at Chapel Hill
Ted Abernathy, Southern Growth Policies Board
Jesse White, Office of Economic and Business Development, UNC at Chapel Hill
Room 111
9:30
Final Session on Action Plans
Presentations by participants
Grades K-5: Julie Kinnaird (moderator)
Grades 6-8 and 9-12: Carina Brossy (moderator)
Community College: Neil Bolick (moderator)
Rooms 111, 119, 127
11:15
Group Photograph The Friday Center

11:30

 

Final Luncheon
James Peacock, World View Advisory Board Chair
Department of Anthropology, UNC at Chapel Hill

Making the Case for Global Education
Bill McDiarmid, Dean of the School of Education
UNC at Chapel Hill

Remarks by Class Co-Presidents

The Future of Global Learning in North Carolina Schools and Colleges

Robert Phay, World View
UNC at Chapel Hill

Presentation of Certificates
Ronald Strauss, Executive Associate Provost
UNC at Chapel Hill

The Friday Center,
Magnolia Lounge
1:30
Final Adjournment