Educator Programs

Global Studies Virtual Symposium

The 2022 GSVS has passed. Learn more about GSVS below and check back for more information on upcoming Symposia.


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The Global Studies Virtual Symposium offers an engaging teaching and learning forum for sharing best practices, ideas, and resources with colleagues. This virtual, one-day conference includes presentations that focus on global perspectives, equity, study abroad, strategic leadership, and civic engagement, as well as an opportunity for participants to share highlights from respective campus global studies program/courses.

The Global Studies Virtual Symposium is offered at no cost to participants and is open to higher education faculty, staff, and scholars. K-12 and community education educators wishing to attend are welcome as well and receive a clock hours certificate.


Sponsored by the Title VI National Resource Centers at the Center for Global Studies, The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, and the Institute for Global Studies, University of Minnesota, in collaboration with Green River College (WA) and South Central College (MN).