USAID's Chief Scientist Seminar Series: What does the Research say on Artificial Intelligence for Global Development?
Virtual, register for the USAID Seminar here
This session will discuss the importance of research collaboration and the use of artificial intelligence in global development.
An Immigrant's Journey
11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Cato Campus, Cato III, Room 024
What would you do? Every American immigrant has a story shaped by laws, demographics, economics, racial attitudes, and decisions made in the name of opportunity and love. You'll participate in real immigrant stories, told through composite characters but based on real laws and historically documented scenarios. How will you respond to the choices they faced? Lunch and t-shirt are provided, so registration is preferred.
Study Abroad Interest Meeting
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Central Campus, Parr Center, Room 0060
Interested in studying abroad, but not sure where? Want to learn more about scholarships? Stop by to speak with study abroad leaders and Global Learning staff members.
Warm Up Wednesday: International Edition
Harper Campus, Harper IV, Room 102
Join Student Engagement and English as a Second Language (ESL) for a very special edition of Warm Up Wednesday! Mingle with people from various regions of the world. Enjoy global refreshments, play a few games, and engage in conversation with Central Piedmont's diverse community! This event is free, and open to all. For more information, please email Cassie Sinkovitz, Student Engagement Coordinator.
Tour of Lima's Downtown and Colonial Heritage
Virtual, register for the tour of Lima here
Join our local guide as she takes you along some of the oldest and most beautiful streets of Lima. On this guided virtual tour, you will learn about the rich history of Peru and see where significant events took place, such as the Spanish conquistadors’ arrival in 1532. Explore the historic center of the Peruvian capital, local establishments, and more in one of the oldest cities of South America.