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Local school children learned some inside information about several faraway countries from Gardner-Webb University International Programs representatives during Cultural Awareness Day, held April 17 at Fallston Elementary School in Fallston, N.C. The daylong event—coordinated in part by GWU Assistant Director of International Programs Gail Peace—featured presentations by university international students Steve Jones of Great Britain, Ronia Hutterli of Switzerland, and Christal Ransome of Trinidad and Tobago. Chloe Boucquemont of France, a one-year teaching assistant in the Department of World Languages, also represented the University. Students in kindergarten through fourth grade took part in the event, which was coordinated by Rebecca Lane, the English as a Second Language Coordinator for Fallston, Casar, and Burns Middle schools.
Catherine Frailey, Chloe Boucquemont, Christal Ransome, Cleveland County Schools, Fallston Elementary School, Gail Peace, GWU International Programs, Rebecca Lane, Ronia Hutterli, Steve Jones
Office of University Communications, "GWU International Students Visit Local School for Fourth Annual Cultural Awareness Day" (2015). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1203.