Liberal Arts Honors Dinner and Family Day
Congratulations on your acceptance to the Liberal Arts Honors Program and the Providence College Class of 2019!
We invite you and your family to join us on Friday, April 10 a recognition dinner celebrating your invitation into the Liberal Arts Honors Program and on Saturday, April 11 for our annual Family Day program for all accepted students.
***Online registration for the Liberal Arts Honors Recognition Dinner and Program is now closed. Please contact Scott Seseske, Associate Dean of Admission, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Friday, April 10: Liberal Arts Honors Recognition Dinner and Program
3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Saturday, April 11: Family Day
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Liberal Arts Honors Recognition Dinner and Program Details:
During the afternoon and evening of Friday, April 10, Liberal Arts Honors faculty and current students will present to you the highlights of the Liberal Arts Honors experience:
||Check-In (Concannon Fitness Center, Ruane Atrium)|
||An Introduction to the Honors Program|
The Honors Classroom Experience
- The Molecules that Changed History: From Napoleon's Buttons to Wonder Drugs
Dr. Seann Mulcahy, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Philosophy, Politics, and Liberal Education
Dr. Patrick Macfarlane, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
- Concussions in Sports: From Peewee Football to the NFL
Dr. Charles Toth, Associate Professor of Biology
- The Plague of the 14th Century
Dr. Karen Holland, Assistant Professor of History
- The French Revolution: The Old Regime Crumbles
Dr. Matthew Dowling, Assistant Professor of History
- The 1960s in Perspective
Dr. Darra Mulderry, Assistant Professor of History
- 1945 - A Messy Victory
Dr. Richard Grace, Professor of History
- Folk Healers and Medical Miracles: Images of Health Care in the Hunger Games
Dr. Robert Hackey, Professor of Health Policy and Management
- Yeats and Irish Cultural Nationalism
Dr. William Hogan, Associate Professor of English
On Saturday, April 11, the entire Providence College community will come together to welcome all students accepted to the Class of 2019 to campus. The Family Day event will provide you with an understanding of academic and co-curricular opportunities that will be available to you should you choose to enroll at PC.
Academic and administrative representatives from across campus will be available during this event, and you will also have the opportunity to meet many current Providence College students. Please join us as the Class of 2019 comes together for the first time!