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The Year of German-American Friendship Recap

This recap of the Year of German-American Friendship celebrates the projects, places, and people that have made this year so special, showcasing the many ways that Germany and the US are Wunderbar Together!

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Recap Wunderbar Together PopUp Tour

In 2019, the Wunderbar Together PopUp Tour traveled across the country to bring the best of German food, culture, art, business, and innovation to Chicago, Atlanta, St. Louis, and Portland.

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Recap Pop Up Tour Atlanta

The PopUp Tour – Wunderbar Together’s official roadshow – stopped in Atlanta featuring an impressive culture tent with mobile presentation modules and various flexible pop-up edutainment elements.

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Mississippi. An Anthropocene River

See how this project 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.

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WanderbUS Trailer

Packed with fun games, virtual reality experiences, and lots of other cool things to explore, the WanderbUS and its team will travel to all of the lower 48 states before October of this year.

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Sequencer Tour Recap

LA, Austin, New York, Detroit, Portland! Together with Reeperbahn Festival and Next Media Accelerator, Re:publica – Europe’s largest conference on internet and digital society – toured the USA throughout the Year of German-American Friendship.

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US Launch of German Digital Kinderuniversity

Learn more about the US Launch of the German Digital Kinderuniversity, a free, innovative educational project that allows students to learn German while exploring the fascinating world of science through 30 interactive STE(A)M lessons.

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Student Sustainability Summit in Chicago

Students and teachers from across the US gathered at Loyola University in Chicago for the Sustainability Summit. The summit focused on the global implications of climate change and how students and teachers from both the US and Germany can work together in their own local communities to tackle big-picture issues.

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Joachim Herz Stiftung: Azubis Go USA!

Azubis Go USA brings German students to work as apprentices and to train abroad in the USA, providing new practical opportunities for international relationships.

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Science Slam @ Germany Week

What do snails, cyborgs, and telescopes have in common? All of them were topics at the Science Slam this weekend at Germany Week in Chicago! Science Slams are similar to typical poetry slams, but instead of poetry, 5-6 scientists give 10 minute presentations about their research. At the end, the audience picks their favorite as the winner of the slam!

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All Smiles at the PopUp Tour Schoolfest in Atlanta

At the PopUp Tour’s stop in Atlanta, more than 200 middle and high school students from local schools visited the PopUp tent for the Schoolfest – a day of games, workshops, and fun!

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Climate Kids

Climate Kids is a transatlantic network of schools that are trying out a creative approach to a climate change curriculum.

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Deutsche Welle Visits Camp Fahrenheit 516

German broadcaster Deutsche Welle visited Camp Fahrenheit 516 to portrait a different sort of summer camp: Camp Fahrenheit brings together German and American junior firefighters for a week of intense training.

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Wunderbar Together Looks Back on a Year of Events, Memories, and Friends

After thousands of events across the country, the Year of German-American Friendship 2018/19 has come to an end, but the memories remain. This video highlights some of the projects, places, and people that have made this year so special, once again showcasing the many ways that Germany and the US are Wunderbar Together!

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German Broadcaster 3sat Reports on Anthropocene Project Along the Mississippi, Part 2

German broadcaster 3sat reports on Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project. The project 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.

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German Broadcaster 3sat Reports on Anthropocene Project Along the Mississippi, Part 1

German broadcaster 3sat reports on Mississippi. An Anthropocene River project. The project 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.

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When Children Think about Our World: The Digital Kinderuniversity

How big is space? Do our eyes also grow as we get bigger? What would the world be like if our children were given the chance to rewrite the concept of fairness?  These and many other questions were explored by around 400 children in Boston on November 1, 2019 at the event “A WORLD OF LEARNING” by the Goethe-Institut’s Digital Kinderuniversity.

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Sequencer Tour Portland Recap

Re:publica – the largest conference on the internet and digital society in Europe – has partnered with Reeperbahn Festival and Next Media Accelerator for the Sequencer Tour USA. Next stop: Portland!

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Goethe PopUp Tour Goes Portland!

As the official roadshow of Wunderbar Together, the Goethe PopUp Tour combines an impressive culture tent with mobile exhibits and various pop-up edutainment elements.

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The Anthropocene River Campus Convenes in New Orleans to Examine the Human Impact on the Mississippi

This week, German and American scholars, researchers, artists, and activists are gathering in New Orleans to discuss the historical, social, and ecological impact humans have had on the Mississippi River region.

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Fulbright Germany Invites American Students in 46 States to “Meet a German”

Fulbright Germany’s Meet-a-German program invites guest speakers to American schools to talk to its students about Germany. Classes ask questions about German culture, play fun language games, and take part in fun activities designed to bring a taste of Germany into American classrooms.

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“Breaking Barriers” at the 11th Annual German American Conference at Harvard

This November, the Harvard Kennedy School held its 11th Annual German American Conference. The conference, which has become a well-known transatlantic summit in German-American relations, seeks to inspire leadership, foster dialogue, and promote innovation among its attendees. This event is the largest student-led conference of its kind in the United State with over 700 participants and over 50 speakers.

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The Digital Kinderuni Brings STEM, German, and Much More to MIT!

The Goethe-Institut’s Digital Kinderuni is coming to Boston! The Massachusetts Institute of Technology will play host to “A World of Learning,” which will invite hundreds of students from Boston-area schools to have fun while learning more about the Digital Kinderuni.

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Global Youth Ambassadors Program

Participants of the Global Youth Ambassadors Program talk about opportunities for student exchanges with Germany and about immersing oneself in a new environment abroad.

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The Trilateral Science Slam Merges Science and Creativity

During the third annual Trilateral Science Slam 6 Slammers from 3 countries – Germany, Russia and the US – competed for the title of champion of the Slam.