Global Engagement

Welcome

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OGE mission:
Rivier University’s Office of Global Engagement participates in the mission of 'transforming hearts and minds to serve the world' by creating and leading a comprehensive platform of academic, co-curricular, and campus-wide programs that facilitate international understanding, intercultural partnerships, and global immersion experiences for faculty, staff, and students.

OGE values:  

Understanding:
The OGE facilitates thoughtful appreciation of global cultures through the exploration of international history, literature, art, politics, current events, and people.

Partnering:
The OGE develops working relationships with like-minded, global institutions that facilitate dynamic cultural exchange.

Immersing:
The OGE pursues activities that provide the Rivier community with deep and persistent engagement in other cultural contexts.

Transforming:
The OGE seeks to connect all aspects of the Rivier educational experience to create a global platform for personal, academic, and vocational reflection and change.

Office of Global Engagement

Location: Memorial Hall, Room 120

For info, contact:
(603) 897-8782
globalengagement@rivier.edu

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