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Join us for the 2017 GO! Global Orientation on Culture + Ethics Saturday, April 8 at the FedEx Global Education building!

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Saturday, April 8 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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Do you need a vaccine for a layover? Is 30 minutes enough time to change planes? How early do I have to get a Passport? Can I use work study while abroad? What kind of suitcase should I buy?

This session will introduce you to potential travel barriers you may face as a new (or new-ish) global traveler. We'll help you find the best place to go to get answers to your specific issue or concern. Representatives from student aid, the international travel clinic and the global center will share their work and their personal travel experience in this informal, conversation- and question-driven session. No question is too small.

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Katie Costanza

Research, Communication & Program Manager, Center for Global Initiatives
Katie manages communications, supports program evaluation and oversees the Vimy Global Team Award at CGI. She is a North Carolina native who earned two bachelors and a Masters in Public Administration from UNC. While at UNC, she spent a summer abroad in Buenos Aires, worked on several campus publications and volunteered in the local community with Burmese refugees. After graduating, Katie... Read More →
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Jing Liu

Asia Programs Director, UNC Study Abroad Office
Jing Liu joined UNC’s Study Abroad Office in 2016 and manages its portfolio of programs in Asia. Having grown up in a bicultural home, studied abroad, and traveled extensively, Jing recognizes the importance of travel and is an advocate for global opportunities. Previous to arriving in Chapel Hill, she worked in study abroad at Rutgers University and Miami University. Between the two gigs, she took seven months off to backpack and... Read More →
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Amy Sauls

Director of Pharmacy, UNC Campus Health
Amy Sauls is Director of Pharmacy for Campus Health Services. She received her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy and her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Amy has extended professional interests in asthma disease management, contraception, and medication safety.  In her free time, she enjoys running, performing with her church handbell choir, spending time with her family, and all... Read More →
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Dan Thornton

Associate Director, UNC Office of Scholarships and Student Aid
Dan Thornton has served as associate director in the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid since 2000. In that role, he serves as chief administrator of the University’s merit and need-based scholarships and oversees the administration and operation of the UNC Scholars Program. He has also been a member of the faculty in the department of Germanic & Slavic languages and literatures as an adjunct professor of Dutch language and... Read More →

Saturday April 8, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Classroom 1005