This Is Salve

We create opportunities and experiences 
that foster a spirit of discovery and adventure.

 

Not only are the courses at Salve very enriching, but the professors teaching them have a genuine passion for their field. 

Mohammed Meraay, marketing major

I relish every opportunity that I had at Salve because it helped me flourish into who I am today. I stepped up to new challenges that further developed my scholarship, character and leadership.

Colleen Cloonan '16, '17 (M), Mercy Global Action at the United Nations

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During a semester abroad in Ireland, Michaela McMahon ’19 – a double major in English literature and cultural and historic preservation – wrote a monologue that won an open competition to tell the story behind one of Dublin’s most popular statues, that of folk hero Molly Malone.

McMahon’s monologue featured in “Talking Statues Dublin” initiative

The University community is invited to join the annual Aquidneck Food Challenge, which encourages island residents to source their meals locally for one week during harvest season. Sponsored by Aquidneck Community Table, this year’s challenge runs from Sept. 22-29.

University community invited to join Aquidneck Food Challenge

Jennifer Page ’20, an American studies major and history minor, was one of only 15 scholars nationally selected to attend the recent 2018 Presidential Sites Summit, hosted by the White House Historical Association.

Page chosen for national summit focusing on presidential sites

 

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