Alyssa J. Marton
Alyssa J. Marton has worked in the Office of Academic Affairs since 2005. In 2013, Alyssa was named assistant director, faculty and administrative
services. Previously, she served as the coordinator for faculty &
administrative support services from 2008-2013. Her experience at PC also includes summer employment in the Office of Admission from 2003-05.
Marton’s responsibilities consist of faculty development support, such as faculty travel and discretionary development funding and Committee on Aid to Faculty Research (CAFR) grants.
Marton also develops faculty programs and coordinates faculty resources and support, including New Faculty Orientation programming and the orientation for new department chairs/program directors. She manages the print and online Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs and the Academic Affairs newsletter. In addition, Marton implemented the online catalog management system, Acalog, and serves as the campus administrator for Activity Insight from Digital Measures. She also is a member of the Academic Affairs Council.
Since 2006, Marton has coordinated the annual Harvest of Hope non-perishable food drive and April Showers personal care drive that supports Mary House.
Away from PC, Marton is a member of the National Association for Professional Organizers and has served in various volunteer roles with the Girl Scouts of Rhode Island. Marton earned her bachelor’s degree in public and community service studies--with a business studies certificate--and a master’s degree in business administration from Providence College. Prior to coming to PC, Marton worked at Lincoln School, an independent, all girls Quaker School located in Providence, R.I.