Mark Your Calendars!

Sept. 17

Open House - Global Learning Office

Information available on Study Abroad, Global Issues Forums, Go Global Student club and other internationally themed events.  Meet faculty leaders and alumni of our programs, see pictures from around the world and try international food.  Help us judge our photo contest for the best picture of our 2015 trips!

When: Thursday, September 17th  12:30 – 2:30
Where: Lobby of Overcash Building,  Central Campus (Outside Halton Theatre)
Cost: Free and open to the public.  Light Refreshments will be served



"Waltz with Bashir"

By: Ari Folman

When: Thursday September 3rd at 6pm

Where: Levine Campus Auditorium LV2150

FREE EVENT- Popcorn, Film, Discussion

Waltz with Bashir (2008) - Writer/Director Ari Folman offers an autobiographical account of his experiences as an Israeli soldier in the 1982 invasion of Lebanon. Originally a graphic novel, the movie can be considered an animated documentary that highlights Folman’s attempt to deal with both the present and the past and the malleable nature of memory.

A discussion lead by Beau Bowers, Anthropology Instructor, will immediately follow.


Reception and Information Meeting for NC Scholars of Global Distinction

When: Friday, September 25th at 12pm

Where: Central Campus, Levine IT Building- Room 1140 (Inside the Language Lab)

Please contact Teresa Hall or the Global Learning Office at 704-330-6167 with questions.






Interest Meetings for the Literature Study Abroad Program in London and Paris

(This meeting will go over the Literature portion of the trip, please see the contact list on the trip info

  • Central Campus in Overcash 340
    • Thursday, September 3, at 11:00 a.m.
    • Friday, September 4, at Noon
  • Levine Campus in Levine 3432
    • Thursday, September 10, at 12:30 p.m.
    • Friday, September 11, at 1:30 p.m.

Nov 16-20

International Education Week

International Education Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide.  CPCC joins Colleges around the globe with a variety of events for our students, faculty and staff

Tues. Nov. 17: Global Tastes- International tea tasting and deserts

Wed. Nov 18:

  • International Social- Network with the various international faces at CPCC.  Do you know who speaks another language, was born in another country, has lived outside the U.S.?
  • World Quest Competition hosted by World Affairs Council of Charlotte

Thurs. Nov 9:

  • Global Café- A round table discussion on a critical & relevant international topic facing students
  • International Film