Global Campuses Foundation (GCF) participants and community members attended the GCF Art Show at the Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph, Vermont which was held on August 15th. The gallery featured art created by GCF participants from all 9 VT and NH campuses as well as the Thailand campuses. Throughout the spring semester, many of the GCF participant artists created paintings that reflected the works of artists like Gustav Klimt's Tree of Life and Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night. Enjoy the art show video below.
Check out the new Global Campuses Foundation website! We’ve simplified and streamlined our look to make it easier to find out the latest news, happenings and accomplishments. Visit www.globalcampuses.org. Read more
Keeping Winter at Bay With Tropical Spices and Sunshine From Thailand
Every year, Global Campus participants discuss ideas and choose a special topic of focus to explore during the 4-week winter interim session. Winter Interim provides a lively area of study between the Fall and Spring semesters, with the chance to dive deep into a single topic pertaining to cross cultural and international studies. Read more
All Global Campuses are community campuses. They are in the community, they create community, they give back to the community, and they strengthen community. Participants of a Global Campus open up new pathways to engage in authentic, meaningful, and fulfilling relationships with each other, and with the broader community in which they live.
Each semester, Global Campus participants at all 9 New England campuses look for new opportunities to use community venues as classrooms. Teaching in different locations offers fresh perspectives on course topics, and new insights into community resources that GC participants can take advantage of in their everyday lives. Read more
That’s a lot of cross-cultural exchange! Last year, GC Chiang Mai and GC Sangkapang in Thailand prioritized the acquisition of English language skills for their education. We are thrilled that participants have now completed ten months of English instruction offered by visiting scholar Tseofatso Blessing (Tso), a young man from South Africa. Read more
On June 20th, 2017, Global Campus Randolph, Global Campus Bradford, and Global Campus Moretown will mark 10 years of teaching, learning and growth with a picnic & celebration at the Hope Davey Pavilion in Waterbury, Vermont. Participants past and present from these campuses will join together for a day of festivities and fellowship. Read more