Jeremie Smith is the Outreach and FLAS Fellowship Coordinator at the Center for Global Studies. He organizes educational programs and activities for university researchers, K-12 educators and students, and the general public. Jeremie’s background in education is diverse. After graduating from Hanover College with a BA in Cultural Anthropology, he was an English Teacher in rural Japan as part of the JET Programme. Upon returning to the United States and completing his Master’s Degree, Jeremie taught Advanced Placement Human Geography, Sociology, Government, and U.S. History at Danville High School from 2011-2014. Jeremie also sponsored the high school’s International Club and led student study tours of Taiwan, Greece, Italy, Costa Rica, Spain, and France. His work at the Center for Global Studies has included being a program coordinator for the US State Department Secondary Institute for Secondary Educators, coordinating Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships, conducting teacher workshops on global studies, and organizing multicultural and globally themed programs for students of all ages. Jeremie is interested in issues concerning social justice, international education, globalization, and service learning.