What is the Appalachian Global Symposium
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Appalachian State University is hosting the sixth annual Appalachian Global Symposium, held each November during the nationwide International Education Week.
The Appalachian Global Symposium is one of the approaches that supports the University's Quality Enhancement Plan of "Global Learning: A World of Opportunities for Appalachian Students."
The Symposium highlights global activities engaged in by faculty, staff, and students. Symposium presenters will be discussing a variety of topics including science, technology, business, education, music and politics.
The Appalachian Global Symposium is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to share their global work on a professional platform while simultaneously contributing to global learning at Appalachian.
The 2018 Appalachian Global Symposium Planning Committee:
- Ms. Joanie Andruss - Prestigious Scholarships
- Dr. Becki Battista - Office of Student Research
- Mr. Rich Campbell - Outdoor Programs
- Mrs. Meredith Church Pipes - Walker College of Business
- Mr. Adam Julian - Office of International Education and Development
- Dr. Katherine Ledford - Appalachian Studies
- Mrs. Karen Marshall - Office of International Education and Development
- Mr. Alex McAllister - Belk Library and Information Commons
- Mrs. Terri Reddick - Camps and Conference Services
- Dr. Robert Sanders - Cratis D. Williams School of Graduate Studies
- Dr. Iryna Sharaievskaya - Beaver College of Health Sciences
- Dr. Paul Wallace - Reich College of Education