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Carolina Navigators: Connecting K-14 Students to a Global Education

February 28, 2020

The Montagnards, an ethnic minority in the central highlands of Vietnam, grapple with a history largely erased by colonialism. Having had little-to-no representation in their native Vietnam, both collective and individual Montagnard identities suffer. Since Montagnard culture remains largely underrepresented … Continued

A Century of Latin American Studies at Carolina

February 28, 2020

Since the early twentieth century, Latin American studies has been one of the central pillars of area studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, enriched by frequent scholarly exchanges and the support of affiliated scholars and administrators. … Continued

Building a New Life in Orange County: Refugee Experiences

April 17, 2019

Orange County in North Carolina has an estimated 1,200 refugees. While they represent a small portion of the more than 65 million individuals displaced worldwide, their resettlement process can prove challenging. Local organizations like the Refugee Community Partnership (RCP) and … Continued

Campus Y: An Early Campus Leader in Global Engagement

March 5, 2019

The Campus Y at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was one of the first University organizations to understand the importance of involving students in the world outside of Chapel Hill. Throughout its history, as both a functioning … Continued