2016 PaCIE Conference: Call for Proposals
The call for session proposals for the 2016 PACIE Conference — Building Bridges in Global Education — is now open. This year’s theme embodies a significant part of PACIE’s mission — to build and strengthen connections and collaborations among and between educational institutions, governmental bodies, businesses, and non-profit organizations throughout Pennsylvania. The conference will take place October 6-8, 2016 in Philadelphia. Session proposals are due March 25, 2016.
PaCIE-Philadelphia Museum of Art “Educating the Educator” Workshop
“Sneak Preview of an Upcoming Exhibition: Paint the Revolution:( Mexican Modernism, 1910-1950”
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Workshop Goals: This workshop is designed for K-20 educators who wish to learn about Mexican Modernism and its cultural context. Educators will have the opportunity to brainstorm ideas for school visits, and ways to bring the content of this exhibition to their classrooms. Enjoy some light refreshments, learn more about this fascinating exhibit and network with area colleagues.
For more information about the exhibit and registration, click here: Mexican Modernism Workshop Information and Registration Form April 6 2016.
The Asia Institute’s Scholarship Partnership with PaCIE
The Pennsylvania Council for International Education and the Asia Institute are proud to announce new joint-scholarships, which will increase the global awareness and competencies of students studying at universities and colleges in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. These scholarships will support students pursuing global research, internships and study abroad programs in Asia in 2016. The annual scholarships will be launched at the 2016 PaCIE Annual Conferences, which will be held October 1-3, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Learn more here!