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The Center for Global Education Initiatives is an academic resource center for University of Maryland Baltimore faculty and students who are interested in global education opportunties. We promote and support interprofessional global education, identify global themes that can be contextualized locally, and facilitate academic work related to global education.
FEB 10: Attend this presentation by students who participated in the interprofessional global student project, How can we promote social justice through community-university partnerships? Social Justice in Haifa, Israel. 1:00 pm, SMC Campus Center, Rm. 210.
FEB 11: Global Forum on Global Health Experiences and Opportunities, featuring Jessica Evert, Executive Director of Child Family Health International and Dr. Nadia Sam-Agudu, faculty of UMB's Institute of Human Virology, 12 noon, SMC Campus Center, Rm. 351. Light lunch, register here.
FEB 12: The Center will host a working roundtable, Bridging the Global-Local Divide in Academia: Best Practices and Models, by invitation only, which will bring together global health educators who are actively teaching global/local curriculum and those who have significant experience in community engagement either internationally or domestically to start developing a series of best practices for global/local education.
FEB 22: Attend the presentation Working with Refugees and Immigrants from Central America: Social Work & Law Perspectives, 5:00 pm, SSW Auditorium. Register here.
Global health interprofessional projects will take 15 students to Myanmar, The Gambia, Nigeria, Egypt, and Rwanda this summer to work in interprofessional teams with UMB faculty and their international partners.
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2015 World Cafe Photo Contest
UMB's Office of International Services and the Student Center for Global Education sponsored the 2015 World Cafe Photo Contest. Students from across campus submitted their photos which were voted on by their peers, faculty and staff. The grand prize of 50,000 frequent flier miles was awarded to dentistry student, Rebecca Salzman, for capturing the image to the left. You can see all of the top photos here.
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