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Institute for Global CommerceSince its founding in 1942, Fairleigh Dickinson University has taken pride in providing students with international lessons and multicultural perspectives. Today, this mission is vital. Groundbreaking developments in communication, transportation and the spread of information bring billions together from remote regions of the globe. Finances, goods, services and human destinies are linked in ways never before imagined. Humanity is now a shared enterprise.
At Fairleigh Dickinson University, we are committed to preparing world
citizens through global education. Toward this end, we are enhancing global
The Institute for Global Commerce serves as the primary University center for research, education and activities that consider the stabilization of global marketplace links among countries and cultures and how these links encourage commerce and support world peace. The Institute maintains relations, at the highest levels, with the United Nations, the United States Department of State and transnational corporations.
The Institute sponsors and conducts activities in five areas:
The Institute for Global Commerce will further the discourse among statesmen, corporate managers and civic leaders. At Fairleigh Dickinson University, a global institution producing global citizens, we are committed to extending our reach and bringing the world even closer together.
For more information please call 201-692-7160.
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