Global Competence Videos

Global competence is essential for responsible engagement in the world. Global peace and prosperity rest more than ever on mutual understanding and productive relationships among all nations and cultures.

Our videos showcase how Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs have contributed to a more positive image of Americans around the world and benefited a spectrum of professions and people whose work and lives have been enriched by foreign language skills and international knowledge. They demonstrate why U.S. global competence is essential in our interconnected world of the 21st century.

Engaging the World: U.S. Global Competence in the 21st Century

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Engaging the World chronicles the origins of HEA-Title VI and Fulbright-Hays programs 50 years ago, and showcases beneficiaries who are using foreign language skills and international knowledge in a variety of professions in ways that make a difference in their work, their lives and the world.  They demonstrate the importance of global competence in a working world where diversity, global engagement and competition are the norm.

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U.S. Global Competence: A 21st Century Imperative

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A 21st Century Imperative makes the case that U.S. global competence in the 21st century is not a luxury, but a necessity. Whether engaging the world, or our culturally diverse homeland, the United States’ future success will rely on the global competence of our people. Global competence must become part of the core mission of education—from K-12 through graduate school.

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Scroll down or click here to see more interview segments from Title VI and Fulbright-Hays beneficiaries about global competence, their education and international experiences.

Dana Banks
Dana Banks
Foreign Service Officer
Bureau of African Affairs
U.S. Department of State

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George W. Breslauer
George W. Breslauer
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost
University of California at Berkeley

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Lynne Campbell
Lynne Campbell
K-12 Foreign Language Teacher
Glastonbury School System
Glastonbury, Connecticut

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James Caron
James Caron
PhD Candidate
Department of South Asia Studies
University of Pennsylvania

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James Collins
James Collins
Senior Associate and Director of Russian and Eurasian Program
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation

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Michael Dunne
Michael Dunne
Managing Director
JD Power Associates Asia
Shanghai, China

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Michele Dunne
Michele Dunne
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Former U.S. Department of State Officer

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Elizabeth C. Economy
Elizabeth C. Economy
Director for Asia Studies
Council on Foreign Relations

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Martina Forgwe
Martina Forgwe
Program Manager for Mozambique Africare
Formerly with the Discovery Channel

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Robert Gates
Robert Gates
United States Secretary of Defense
Former President of Texas A&M University

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Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Kelley
Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Kelley
Chief of Defense Cooperation
U.S. Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Peter Rohloff
Peter Rohloff
Director
Wuqu' Kawoq
Strengthening Mayan Language and Medicine

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Payal Shah
Payal Shah
PhD Candidate in Education Policy Studies
Indiana University
Fulbright-Hays Fellow in Gujarat, India

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