My Global Education: A New World Perspective

Group of people standing in front of the golden gate bridge
Tene Goodwin (third from right) with some of the 2018 UC Davis Mandela Washington Fellows at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco following a site visit.

By Tene Goodwin, student writer, Global Affairs

"My name is Tene Goodwin and I recently completed my studies at UC Davis in economics and professional writing in the College of Letters and Science. This summer I had the amazing opportunity to work as a communications intern with UC Davis Global Affairs and support the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.

I grew up in a different country and because I travelled a fair amount, learned a few languages and read a lot of books, I considered myself a global citizen. So much so that when I came to UC Davis and heard about their Big Idea of Global Education for All, I decided it was geared towards other students, not me.

But this summer, I learned through my experience working with the Mandela Washington Fellowship just how important a global education is, and how forward thinking UC Davis is in working to make it available to all."

Read the full article at Global Affairs News.