This year, our projects are taking place in all 50 states, but did you know you can also take Wunderbar Together with you on the go by downloading one of our partner podcasts? Each episode provides a new perspective on German-American Friendship in culture, business, politics, and more! Happy listening!
Mississippi. An Anthropocene River takes the concept of the Anthropocene – the period of history during which humans have been the dominant influence on climate and the environment – into the field. Field Station #4, Confluence Ecologies, aims to bring a regionally focused lens to the globally entangled Anthropocene condition.
“Land of Inventors: Germany” is a hands-on, multimedia exhibit that gives visitors the opportunity to learn about fascinating German STEM-related inventions in a number of different fields – computer science, energy, mobility, communications, medicine, optics, and material. German inventions have had profound influence on technological development across the globe.
The RGV German Club, a student organization and non-profit at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, was very excited to participate in Wunderbar Together! As a part of our mission to share German culture and language with the community, we created Brownsville, Texas’ first St. Martin’s Day Lantern Parade!
The Transatlantic Outreach Program (TOP) provides North American educators of social studies and STEM subjects, as well as workforce decision makers, with classroom materials, workshops, virtual exchanges, and study tours. This guest blog post was written by 2018 TOP fellow and South Carolina educator Kirstin Bullington about how she plans to teach her students differently about Germany following her time abroad on a TOP study tour.