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Global and Multicultural Engagement Building (GME)

The Global and Multicultural Engagement Building, also known as The Globe, houses staff from the Center for Global Engagement and the Center for Leadership and Social Change.

Primarily an office building, The Globe also has program rooms and other spaces to help promote intercultural engagement and student interaction. For information on room reservations, go to theglobe.dsa.fsu.edu.

The Globe contains public spaces students can visit, such as the student lounge with 65" LCD TV, the Reading Reflections Room, café dining area, and Meditation Room (which is available to any member of the Florida State community that seeks a quiet, simple place to reflect or meditate from 8-5 p.m. M-F).

110 S Woodward Ave., Tallahassee, FL

Website

theglobe.dsa.fsu.edu

Upcoming Events

Global Citizenship Certificate Info Sessions

After receiving the important update from President Thrasher regarding COVID-19 and the shift to online instruction following Spring Break, Global...

4/9 1pm
English Conversation Club

NOTICE: CGE has changed its process for conducting English Conversation Club to ensure privacy for this group. For those of you interested in participating...

4/9 4pm
 Bridging Cultures III: Managing Intercultural Conflict

The April 10 in-person event has been canceled in accordance with FSU's closure of all campus events. Please visit fsu.edu/coronavirus for more information...

4/10 10am
English Conversation Club

NOTICE: CGE has changed its process for conducting English Conversation Club to ensure privacy for this group. For those of you interested in participating...

4/10 4pm
Virtual International Coffee Hour

Join us for virtual International Coffee Hour, which will be held each Friday from 5–6:30 p.m. on Zoom, so that we can all stay connected and continue to...

4/10 5pm

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Melinda Abate

Melinda Abate left a positive review 3/9/2020

IT was fun and very informative of the struggles international students have to go through. Worth the time !!

Donna Miller

Donna Miller left a review 2/3/2020

I didn't expect to get a deep understanding in an hour, and the presenter threw a lot of thought-provoking things at us. Cutting down the scope and concentrating on fewer points might have made for a more cohesive talk. Bouncing around on the maps was dizzying. I thought one interesting observation he made was that you don't pepper people with direct questions; he is a good observer and obviously discerned quite a lot from his conversations.

Jean Collins

Jean Collins left a positive review 10/29/2019

Great speaker and very informative

Susan Baldino

Susan Baldino left a positive review 10/13/2019

The Jennifer French event was terrific! During the conversation, JR Harding asked provocative, meaningful questions and Jennifer French answered with keen insight, extraordinary knowledge and understanding of disability(ies), and concern for human rights. The conversation was illustrated with remarkable images of Jennifer's snowboarding, sailing career, and medical issues. I learned a lot and loved every minute!

Sin Hui Lim

Sin Hui Lim left a positive review 8/21/2019

Good information session. The workshop can be more efficient if the projector can be better.

Shantiella Mann

Shantiella Mann left a positive review 7/25/2019

I was nice to learn about the experiences of some of the students from Okinawa Japan and how they were able to adjust to life in the U.S.A.

Kazuki Watanabe

Kazuki Watanabe left a positive review 7/11/2019

I could make some friends after that.