Nelson Stover, "Enhancing the Global Classroom"

Nelson Stover, "Enhancing the Global Classroom"

Tuesday, February 12, 7pm

Nelson Stover and Randall Hayes will report on their recent trip to rural India.  They visited tribal villages, small-scale industries and a residential school for tribal children.  During their visit they worked with business leaders, school faculty, current students and recent graduates to develop ways to enhance the school’s curriculum in ways designed to expand the opportunities for students that complete their education.  Nelson has been working with the Chikhale Village for more than 3 decades.  Over the past two years, students from Grimsley High School have also been working with the Chikhale school’s Global Classroom.

This event is free and open to the public.  The evening is being sponsored by Emerging Ecology and the Unitarian Universalists in Covenant.  For information about the Global Classroom, visit 

Nelson Stover -- cultural engineer.  Nelson has a BSc from Purdue University in Computer Science and a BDiv degree from Chicago Theological Seminary. He conducted community development projects in India, Egypt, Australia and the US with the Institute of Cultural Affairs.  For 20 years he designed Constituent Management Systems for non-profit organizations. He now chairs Emerging Ecology and continues writing and lecturing. 

Event date: 
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
304 S. Elm St.
Greensboro, NC 27401