Gala Success, National Conference, Education, & International Visitors

Newsletter Content & Topics 2017 – One World Gala to benefit Greater Cincinnati students We couldn’t do what we do without the support of everyone who sponsored, supported, and attended our Gala. A world of thanks to all of our 2017 sponsors: TITLE SPONSOR: Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation AMBASSADOR SPONSOR: […]

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Thankful for our supporters

We want to thank our other sponsors of the One World Gala! Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is a medical facility that reaches out far beyond our own Greater Cincinnati area. Cincinnati Children’s hosts visitors from more than 80 countries to observe clinical activities and preform research in order to acquire skills to help children […]

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How’s your knowledge of world affairs?

It’s “Jeopardy” meets “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego” when the World Affairs Council hosts its annual gala. The evening starts with cocktails and dinner, but the world trivia contest is the star of this event. Here’s how it works: Each table of 10 is a team. The game of global wits is a […]

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GLOBAL IQ GALA – FUNDING GLOBAL EDUCATION

What do you know about our one world? In the Information Age, we are bombarded at all hours with facts and opinions at our fingertips from all over the world.  One of the fun ways to use our information overload is to compete for bragging rights or prizes in trivia contests. Greater Cincinnati World Affairs […]

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Friends in February: Raj Mehta

Raj Mehta is Vice Provost for the International Affairs Department at the University of Cincinnati (UC). As such, he is a “strong proponent of international education for all our students.” Through UC’s education program, he hopes that all students will experience an “exposure to other cultures, ideas, and ways of thinking” in order to “better […]

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Friends in February: Kuy Plastic Surgery

Kuy Plastic Surgery, Inc is a prime example of how connected the world is today. Dr. Daniel G. Kuy runs a plastic surgery office here in Cincinnati, Ohio, Crestview, Kentucky, and in his original home country, SWITZERLAND! Linette Kuy, wife and Practice Manager, describes global education as no longer a curriculum add-on, but rather “a […]

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Friends in February: The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation

Regarding global education as a whole and why it is so important Leslie Maloney, Senior Vice President and Program Manager of The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, expressed, “As the world continues to shrink through social and technological connectivity, we must build a citizenry that can live and work in an […]

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5 Reasons to Get Involved with GCWAC

If you’ve read the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council (GCWAC)’s mission statement, you know how important our work is to the Tri-State area. To be the leader in preparing the region and its citizens, individually and collectively, to thrive in the 21st century global environment by promoting international understanding, education, engagement, and cooperation. But just […]

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2015 Global Game of Wit

View text version: STUDY GUIDE 2015 Infographic by Hannah McGahee, Social Media Intern Save Save Save Save

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Friends in February: Community Leaders

We are thankful for our Friends in February! Throughout the month we will be featuring generous individuals and business in the greater Cincinnati area who support our One Mind, One World, One Night Gala on March 7th. The Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council would like to thank the following individuals for purchasing tickets to our Annual Gala: Sarah […]

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