The Center for Global Education hosts many opportunities for the Chapman community to get involved internationally, without ever leaving campus! Become a global citizen by attending one of the many events the CGE hosts each semester. Read on to learn more about current and past events of the Center for Global Education.
- ExhibitsExhibitsThe CGE co-sponsors art, photo, and cultural exhibits on campus.
- ActivitiesActivitiesLearn traditional Chinese paper art, participate in German Olympics, and listen to renowned speakers from all over the world.
- FairsFairsThe CGE hosts an international food fair as well as a bi-annual Study Abroad Fair in Attallah Piazza at the beginning of every semester for students to learn more about programs.
»CGE Conferences and Events
Global Citizens Conference: Frozen Conflicts - Thursday, April 16, 2015 hosted at the Conrad N. Hilton Center for Business, Loyola Marymount University.
Chapman University's annual Global Citizen Conference will examine conflicts in the post-Soviet space and around the world with panels on Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine; Armenia, Azerbaijan and Nagorno Karabakh; Ireland; Kashmir; and the Koreas. Co-sponsors include Loyola Marymount University, University of Southern California Center for International Studies, University of Southern California School of International Relations, Los Angeles World Affairs Council, and Atlantic Council in Washington, DC.
Other recent speakers and events hosted by the Center for Global Education
Click on the years to read information about past conferences listed below.
- The Ottoman History During World War I: January 2015. Co-sponsored with Orange County Turkish American Association (OCTAA), American Turkish Association of Southern California (ATASC), Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA), and The Pax Turcica Institute
- Triangle of Evils, Assad, Iran Regime, ISIS & the U.S. Interest: November 2014, co-sponsored with the The Syrian Institute for Progress, and the California Society for Democracy in Iran
- "Walesa Man of Hope" Screening: September 2014, co-sponsored with the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland
- International Education Week: September 2014
- Sixth Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition: February 2014, co-sponsored with World Affairs Council
- Geopolitical Implications on the Southern Corridor Conference: May 2014
- Facts and Myths about the Syrian Conflict - November 2013
- International Cultural Awareness Program - April 2013
- Struggle Between the Seas - March 2013
- Fifth Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition - February 2013
- New Perspectives on the 1973 Arab-Israeli War - January 2013
- Inaugural International Education Week - November 2012
- Think Transatlantic: The United States & Germany in the 21st Century - September 2012
- Enchanting Taiwan - April 2012
- Two Sides to Every Story: Syria - March 2012
- Fourth Annual Academic WorldQuest Competition - February 2012 (also 2010 & 2009)
- Sister Cities International, Southern California Annual Conference - February 2012
- Conversation with Ambassador Mohamed Salah Tekaya - February 2012
- Rise of the Independent States Global Citizens Conference - November 2011
- Do Deutsch & the German Olympics - October 2011
- Energy Futures Near and Far - April 2011
- What Would Richard Nixon Think? - October 2010
- Taiwan Film Festival - October 2010
- Conversation with former Secretary of State George Shultz - October 2010
- Global Environment and Sustainable Development: Solutions - April 2009
- Grass: The Untold Story - April 2009
- Human Rights Conference - April 2007
- Aznar - May 2004
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