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Charlotte: The Art of Doing Politics – Pope Francis

The Charlotte Warburg Chapter and the North Carolina Zeitgeist Foundation will host a discussion with Annette Schavan, former German Ambassador to the Holy See/Vatican and former German Federal Minister of Education and Research.  This event is free but registration is required. RSVP here by February 12. Annette Schavan is a German politician born in Grevenbroich, near Cologne....

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: New Forms of Matter with Ultracold Atoms: Superfuilds and Supersolids

The ACG and Heidelberg University Association will host a Heidelberg Lecture with Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Ketterrle.  RSVP by November 6 by clicking here. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Reception to follow. Why do physicists freeze matter to extremely low temperatures? Why is it worthwhile to cool to temperatures which are a billion...

Charlotte: Rising Anti-Semitism and Populism in Europe

The Charlotte Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany, the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte, Temple Beth El, and the American Jewish Committee will host a discussion with Stefan Schlüter, Retired German Diplomat.  There will be no charge to attend. RSVP here by October 14. Mr. Schlüter has been engaged with the Jewish community for many years and strongly believes German...

Charlotte: Developing Advanced Work-Based Higher Education – What Germany and the U.S. Can Learn from Each Other

The Charlotte Warburg Chapter will host a discussion and luncheon with Prof. Dr. Lukas Graf, Assistant Professor of Educational Governance at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.  There will be no charge for ACG Members and a $15 charge for nonmembers to attend this event. RSVP here by June 14. Prof. Dr. Lukas Graf is Assistant Professor of Educational Governance...
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