Global Storytellers

Jun 20, 2018

Global Education in Guatemala

NC State’s Ethnographic Field School teaches students about the environmental, socio-economic and cultural impacts of tourism for a quarter century. The program, located in Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, gives participants the opportunity to conduct independent research and gain cultural competency in […]

Jun 14, 2018  |  Global Storytellers

Global Storyteller: Brooke Uken

Brooke Uken is a recent graduate and a double major in international studies and agricultural business management. Have you traveled in your life? I have moved every two years; I lived in southeast Asia and studied abroad in Australia.   […]

May 8, 2018

Global Storyteller: Mostakima Lubna and Samaher Salem

Mostakima Lubna is a graduate student in the College of Textiles, and Samaher Salem is a graduate student in the College of Natural Resources. Have you traveled in your life? We both have traveled a lot in Bangladesh, our home […]

Apr 10, 2018  |  Faculty

Faculty Global Storyteller: Wildlife Conservation in Namibia with Larry Silverberg

Larry Silverberg is a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering who co-founded the Namibia Wildlife Aerial Observatory Project. This past fall, Silverberg led students on a pilot study abroad program of the development a wildlife aerial observatory in Namibia. The […]

Apr 2, 2018  |  Global Storytellers

Global Storyteller: James Ploss

James Ploss is a junior studying evolution ecology and conservation biology who recently traveled to Namibia as part of a study abroad program. What has been the best part of your international experience? The best part of doing research in […]

Mar 26, 2018  |  Global Storytellers

Global Storyteller: Liza Bunce

Liza Bunce is a senior studying zoology. Have you traveled in your life? Yes, I’ve traveled with family on the east coast. I lived for a short while in London, and recently I did Semester at Sea. Did you find […]