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On the Road 

1map.jpg13 - Countries traveled to by PC faculty over the summer. They were: England, Italy, South Korea, Greece, Poland, Austria, Spain, Germany, Russia, Romania, Holland, Malta, and Belgium.

13 - States traveled to by PC faculty over the summer. They were: Wisconsin, Louisiana, Indiana, Colorado, Missouri, Massachusetts, California, Washington, Virginia, New York, Illinois, Oregon, and North Carolina.

In The Spotlight

Dr. Michael Kraten, assistant professor of accountancy, was interviewed by several major news organizations in response to the Libor banking scandal. Kraten was interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek and The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch.com; quoted in such publications as the Financial Times and The Economist; appeared on WPRI-TV in Rhode Island; and invited to present his research at Maastricht University in the Netherland. Read more here.

​Summer 2012 Faculty and Staff Accomplishments

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.

Honors

Dr. T. J. Harper, assistant professor of music, has been named the director of the American Choral Directors Association International Conductor Exchange Program.

 

 

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Publications

Jane Lunin Perel, professor of English, wrote a book of poetry entitled Red Radio Heart (White Pine Press, 2012). The 90-page book, which was written during Lunin Perel's sabbatical, includes 59 original poems.

 

 

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Appearances

Dr. Lynette Boos, assistant professor of mathematics, was a session chair at MathFest in Madison, Wis., in August. The session was entitled “Open and Accessible Problems in Combinatories and Graph Theory.”

 

 

 Presentations

Dr. Comfort Ateh, assistant professor of education, presented a paper at the International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education at Duke University in June.

 

 

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Catholic and Dominican

What does it mean to be a Catholic and Dominican college? We invite you to explore this question and the distinctive mission of Providence College.
About Providence College's Catholic and Dominican Identity