Global Understanding Series
Delaware Technical Community College presents a Global Understanding Series that features programs and workshops free to the community, Delaware Tech students and staff.
Global Series presentations and performances are generally 60 minutes long, and provide a personal perspective on a global issue, region, culture, or people.
Four different components comprise this new series:
- Global Voices –provides a personal perspective on a global issues, region, culture, or people
- Postcards from Abroad – presented by Delaware Tech staff and students from different cultures or who have participated in previous study abroad programs
- Global Skills – interactive workshops which teach participants new skills they can use in a workshop activity
- Culture & Arts – an immersion in dancing, cooking, traditional dress or theater
Global Understanding International Photo Contest
The theme of the photo competition is international education. Photo entries should depict a scene that demonstrates the value of experiencing different cultures abroad. All current Delaware Tech students and faculty are invited to submit photographs documenting a significant personal experience during a time of studying, living or working in another country. This includes study abroad, travel abroad, living experiences and the experiences of international students studying at the College. Please note that photos of international students at Delaware Tech should depict an experience or impression of the U.S., not the home country.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 28, 2016.
Photos submitted by students will be awarded the following prizes:
- 1st Place: $75 gift card
- 2nd Place: $50 gift card
- 3rd Place: $25 gift card
- Honorable Mention
Resources for Students and Staff
Instructions for Obtaining Your Delaware Tech Passport
Stanton/Wilmington and Dover: Bring the Passport Application Form to your campus International Education Coordinator or next Global Understanding event.
Georgetown: You can get a Global Understanding passport to track your participation in the Series by going to Rm. 303B in the Arts & Sciences Building or asking at any Global Understanding event. Just fill out the DTCC Passport Application Form and bring your student/staff ID card.