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Department of Foreign Language Studies
Sullivan Hall 211
Phone:(401) 865-2111
Fax:(401) 865-1112

Wendy Coutu, Administrative Assistant
wcoutu@providence.edu

Nuria Alonso Garcia, Ph. D, Chairperson
nalonsog@providence.edu

                                           Awards

 


 

Highest in Concentration

 

2014: French: Megan Moran | Italian: Justin Kanka | Spanish: Michelle Nogas

2013:  French: Rebecca Nagel | Spanish: Erica Barnum - Ethan Gentes

2012:  French: Rachael White | Italian: Rocco Magnoli | Spanish: Elizabeth Moore

2011: French: Alex Langlois |  Spanish: Dustin Bailey

 

 

German Language Awards

 

2014: Michael McConnell - Erik Pottinger

2013: Naomi Eide

2012: Natalie Creamer - Andrew Schmidt - Emma Wright

2011: Katherine Boguszewski - Michael Gonda - Andrew Mizera - Jessica Storer

 

 

Fr. St. George Award (French)

 

The Reverend Raymond St. George, O.P. Award is granted by the Class of 1950 in memory of Father St. George to the highest ranking senior French major.

 

2014: Caitlin Charette

2013: Jaclyn Kotowski

2012: Tara Kingsley

2011:  Alex Langlois

 

  

Verrazzano Award (Italian)

 

A monetary award of $2,000 given by the Verrazzano Award Committee (known as the “Dr. Renato E. Leonelli Award”) to the student who has achieved excellence in the study of Italian.  In addition, a $1,000 grant (designated the “Dr. Renato E. Leonelli Resource Award”) is presented to Providence College by the Verrazzano Committee for the purchase of books pertaining to Italian language and culture.

2013: Karine Alexana Montinola

2008: Robert Dennis 

 

Lida B. Aronne-Amestoy Award (Spanish)


Lida Aronne-Amestoy was born in Argentina and was a professor of English and Spanish-American Literature there until emigrating to the United States with her husband and two children in 1980. She earned a Ph.D. in Spanish-American literature from the University of Connecticut and joined the faculty at Providence College in 1982. She was promoted to the rank of Professor in 1988.

 Lida was an internationally recognized literary critic, scholar, and poet. At Providence College, she was a vital member of the college community until her death on December 26, 1998. The Lida B. Aronne-Amestoy Award is an expression of the love and esteem that Lida's friends, colleagues and students at Providence College will always have for her.

 

 

2014: Jennifer Giffels

2013: Anne Ruelle

2012: Marc Capuano - Tara Kingsley

2011: Joseph Paola

 

 

Student Achievement

 

2008: Mandee Adams

2007: Bryan Betancur

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