Forsyth Technical Community College will host the first NC3 Global Conference (NC3GC) for N.C. state community colleges from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the Dewitt E. Rhoades Conference Center on the campus of Forsyth Technical Community College on Friday, Sept. 22. Community college guests from across North Carolina will attend to discuss international education and global innovation to create opportunities for students, faculty and staff.
“The faculty at Forsyth Tech envisioned the idea for this conference as we discussed the various ways we are working toward a global educational environment,” said Herb Burns, coordinator of International Partnerships and department chair, Design Technologies. “We know there are resources and experiences we can share to foster global innovation especially at the community college level.”
The conference will include keynote speaker Dr. Eric Tomlinson, chief information officer of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and president of Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, along with Jeff Richard Myers, assistant professor, Wake Technical Community College. An international panel and breakout sessions will offer insights into global involvement and opportunities.
Registration is free and open to the public. There is a $20 charge for lunch payable by cash or check only. Register here.
The mission of the North Carolina Community College Global Conference (NC3GC) is to enhance international education at the community college level through collaboration; to share international resources and activities fostering global innovation; and to create opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to engage in new academic and cultural experiences. Find more information here.
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