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Join us  Saturday, April 14 for the 2018 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics at the FedEx Global Education building!

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Saturday, April 14 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Ethics & Culture: A Beginner's Guide FULL

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Introduction to ethical considerations central to any global experience, locally or abroad. Learn the importance of the qualities of respect, humility, reflection, and openness and how to practice these in different cultural situations. Hear honest stories from students who have had these experiences and how they applied these qualities to overcome potential ethical issues.

Moderators
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Brandy Arellano

Program Manager, UNC Center for Global Initiatives
Brandy manages programs to open access to new global opportunities; the programs include Passport to Go! Fellowship, GO! Global Orientation, Global Take Off: Puerto Rico, and the Carolina Global Initiative Award. Brandy is originally from Miami, Florida and grew up in a large Cuban household. She received her undergraduate degree from UNC with majors in Psychology and Exercise & Sport Science. As a student, she began her traveling experiences in two study abroad programs: first to Samoa, F... Read More →

Speakers
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Barbara Anderson

Associate Director | Lecturer in African, African American, and Diaspora Studies, UNC African Studies Center
Barbara Anderson serves as the Associate Director for the African Studies Center and as the Center’s Outreach Coordinator at UNC-CH. She has been an active member of the national African Studies Outreach Council, a reviewer for the Children’s Africana Book Award, and provides... Read More →
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Lauren Jurgensen

Student, 2021, UNC College of Arts and Sciences
As a native of Rocky Point NC, Lauren had never traveled internationally until she was awarded the Global Gap Year Fellowship. She spent four months working on sustainable, organic farms in Puerto Rico and six months working at an LGBT NGO in Kyrgyzstan translating grant reports and... Read More →
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Marisa Sclafani

Student, 2018, Global Studies
Marissa is a graduating senior. At Carolina she has studied Global Studies with a focus on Global Health in Western Europe. During the spring of her junior year, she studied abroad in Bologna, Italy. It was an amazing, immersive experience in the Italian language and culture. A few... Read More →
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Sarah Smith

UNC Global Civic Engagement Coordinator, UNC Campus Y
Sarah came to UNC in 2006 to study archaeology but soon realized her passion was in public service. In 2010, she earned her B.A. in anthropology with minors in social & economic justice and Asian studies before joining the staff of the Carolina Center for Public Service. As Student... Read More →
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Jacob Stocks

Student, 2018, Project Heel + Biology Department
Before coming to Carolina, Jacob had never travelled internationally. Since his first year here, he has studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain and Guadalajara, Mexico and have travelled to Lawra, Ghana twice with a student organization, Project Heel. As a result of these experiences and... Read More →


Saturday April 14, 2018 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Classroom 1005