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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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All Smiles at the PopUp Tour Schoolfest in Atlanta

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