DIAG USA works to create widely recognized vocational career systems based on the successful German Dual Education model.
A digital collection of German-language correspondence currently held in private hands, archives, special collection libraries, & museums.
The project Pen Pal matches German and American students of the same age for letter-based friendships.
What does Chicago mean to you? Join artist Doris Graf in a re-imagining of Chicago through digital art.
The Hasso Plattner Institute, New York, joins with high schools to examine entrepreneurship around emerging technology.
2021 marks the 1,700th anniversary of the earliest evidence of Jews in what became German-speaking lands.
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, "What Is Democracy?" reflects on a word we too often take for granted.
Watch the German feature film "Boy Meets Boy" in-person or virtually as part of the Seattle Queer Film Festival.
Watch the German feature film "Glück" in-person or virtually as part of the Seattle Queer Film Festival.
Listen to Schuyler Bailar's inspiring story on how he became the first transgender athlete to compete in any sport on an NCAA Division.
US immigration of European refugees during the first half of the 20th century through the lens of 7 artist case studies.
Join Goethe Pop Up Seattle at our October online book club meeting! We will discuss Jason Lutes' graphic novel "Berlin".
This free online training will cover three topics of high interest and classroom application to all German teachers.
Over three days, online and in-person participants will address post-Covid realities under the theme of “The Future of Problem Solving."
Will your phone replace your doctor soon? What are the similarities & differences of AI in medicine in Germany and the US?
How do we use pandemic-induced flexibility moving forward in university-industry relations? German, American and Brazilian experts respond.
Join us for a TED Talk about LGBTQIA+ and activism in sports.
Analyzing the role of transatlantic partnerships and the international community in closing financial gaps.
Learn more about options for studying in Germany beyond traditional exchange programs.
The virtual art gallery will feature artist Luigi Toscano and Rena Finder, one of the last living survivors of Schindler’s List.
Join us for a networking event together with six GABC young professional representatives.
Have you ever wondered what it would take to transform our current economy into a “green” one?
During challenging times, it's important to pay attention to one’s mental health to cope with and flourish in daily life.
Leigh Haynes will examine if temporary patent waivers have the potential to increase access to essential medicine.
How do we prepare our future leaders to develop an entrepreneurial mindset that allows them to solve complex and fast-changing problems?
Our fifth transatlantic get-togehter. This time about clichés and intercultural communication.
Timothy Snyder and Nora Krug make a virtual visit to Seattle to discuss the new graphic edition of "On Tyranny".
The one-stop-destination for German-speaking expats who are moving to or living in the United States!
There are exciting new opportunities to take advantage of quality higher education through English-speaking programs in Germany.
An exploratory discussion around German Jewish life in the U.S.
A Conversation with Prof. Joyce Mushaben (Georgetown), Prof. Christiane Lemke (UNC Chapel Hill) & Acting Assistant Prof. Sarah Lohmann (UW).
The panel will discuss what kind of leadership and responsibilty art institutions should embrace to navigate through COVID-19 challenges.
Experts discuss social media narratives around the U.S. & German elections as part of the lecture series of the Federal Republic of Germany.
A Conversation about what happened during the 2021 Elections in Germany
This workshop is tailored to encourage pragmatic and close cooperation between various German-American alumni associations.
Rwandan political scientist & economist David Himbara talks about the threatening developments and the human rights situation in Rwanda.
U.S. and German experts discuss the commercial, geopolitical, and societal implications of 5G technologies.
Transatlantic tandem talk by Dr. Lammers (U. of Cologne) & Dr. Baldwin (U. of Florida) on effective ways to talk across political divides.
Stephen C. Anderson and Stephen Mayer discuss U.S. and German 5G policies, competition with China, and transatlantic relations.
For poet & writer Max Collek, the German remembrance culture seems staged. What would a radically diverse democratic society look like?
Author of "Unorthodox" Deborah Feld speaks on contemporary Jewish culture in Berlin and political participation by religious communities.
German climate activist Luisa Neubauer talks about her involvement in and the momentum of the Fridays for Future movement in Germany.
How can societies and states reinvent themselves after the pandemic? Sociologist Andreas Reckwitz talks about the pandemic and it’s effect.
This event is your pass to explore exciting postdoc opportunities for research, funding & career advancement in Germany!
The Wanderbus Karriere features a virtual career center with tons of resources and career opportunities for teens and young adults!
Join famous German children's & youth book author Cornelia Funke as she virtually shares an excerpt from her book 'Reckless.'
As urbanization is speeding up, resources are depleting. Hear new visions for the world’s growing “megacities" from our experts.
Transatlantic tandem talk by Dr. Zuccaro (U.of Cologne) & Dr. Tegeder (WSU) on how microbes are being transformed to boost plant performance
GABA will host a conversation with the US Consul General in Hamburg, the German Consul General in San Francisco and leading AI experts.