Stacie Berdan Launches New Go Global Video

Inspiring video created for K-16 students, educators, administrators & parents about the importance of developing a global mindset — and HOW to do it.

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A Travel-inspired Gift-giver’s Guide for Globetrotters

Guest blogger, Morgan Abate, a soon-to-be graduate of Elon University, offers up some good gift ideas for the globetrotting friends and family in your life.

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A Brief Q&A on Study Abroad-related Costs

In response to a reporters’ recent questions, I provided answers, but my version didn’t quite make it into the abbreviated Q&A.

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Study Abroad Could Be So Much Better

I’m a big supporter of study abroad, but we must help students prepare for it, experience it, and return better for it. Colleges have a big role to play.

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Now Available! A Parent Guide to Study Abroad

Hot off the presses, this guide is packed with practical information written specifically for parents who can champion study abroad as an essential component of a child’s education.

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Raising Awareness: People on the Thai-Burmese Border

My daughter, Betty Berdan, is going to Thailand in March, where she will volunteer at the Burma Children’s Medical Clinic and a local school. She is raising funds to donate to the organization. 100% of her donations go to the people in need living on the Thai-Burmese border.

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Satellite Campuses and the Study Abroad Experience

Last week I was invited by the New York Times “Room for Debate” to contribute my opinion on whether global universities help or hurt higher education. My response is below.

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Media Praise for Raising Global Children!

Raising Global Children continues to receive praise from language learning experts.

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Go Global News Round Up

It’s been a very busy fall for me speaking and writing, and I haven’t had as much time as I would have liked to share what’s new. So I’ve decided to do “news round up” of sorts here.

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Kids Having Fun with Food: A Global Adventure

Global education doesn’t have to be something formal or solely academic. We can learn about each other on a human level through sharing of culture, especially foods.

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