The following list of achievements is intended to convey the accomplishments and activities of Providence College faculty and staff members in endeavors outside the classroom. We invite you to discover their scholarship. This page is dedicated to them.
Dr. Angela Dills, assistant professor of economics, co-wrote a paper with Rey Hernández-Julián, associate professor of economics at Metropolitan State College of Denver, entitled “Negative Publicity and Catholic Schools.” The article appeared in the January edition of Economic Inquiry.
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Dr. Mark Hyde, professor of political science, presented “Perceptions of Men and Women Candidates: Physical Attractiveness and Subject Self-Esteem” at the New England Political Science Association annual meeting held in Portsmouth, N.H., in April.
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Dr. Kenneth Overly, associate professor of chemistry, presented “Investigation of Camphor Derived Ketone and Iminium Salt Catalysts for Asymmetric Epoxidation of Olefins” at the American Chemical Society annual meeting held in San Diego, Calif., in May.
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Dr. Susan McCarthy, professor of political science, served as chair of a session entitled “Challenges of Inter-Cultural Interpretation: Cutting through the Hermeneutic” at the Western Political Science Association annual meeting held in Portland, Ore., in March.
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Dr. Wendy Oliver, professor of dance, served as senior editor of Choreographers, Choreography, and Writing for Dance (National Dance Association, 2011). Oliver also was appointed editor-in-chief of the Journal of Dance Education for a term beginning in October 2012.
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