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​  — Dec. 17


Ray Treacy Track, Schneider Arena receive national recognition

Two varsity intercollegiate athletics facilities, Ray Treacy Track and Schneider Arena, earned national acclaim from independent entities. Construction and/or improvements of the facilities took place in 2013.


 


Alumna’s project shines light on immigration realities

A project by Isaura Rua-Cortes ’07, a coordinator at a R.I. charter middle school who is earning a master's degree in urban education at PC, inspires students to reflect and research on immigration and their backgrounds.


The International Ethics Bowl team confers in the Northeast Regional tournament. From left are Brigid Flaherty ’16, Brendan Murphy ’16, Joseph Gazaille ’17, Michael McCormick ’15, and Austin Harney ’17. PC won four matches and advanced to the championship round, being edged by Marist College in a split decision. As the regional runnerup, PC qualified for the national competition in 2015 for the second consecutive year.

Friars and Food, Providence College Magazine
Academics More

They’re Eye-Catchers
Two athletics facilities earn national acclaim from independent entities.

Project-Based Learning
Students under Isaura Rua-Cortes ’07 examine immigration and their upbringing.

National Spotlight
NASA research program veteran Eric Lebel ’15 to present data at conference.

NCAA ‘Final Four’
PC’s men’s soccer team faces a huge challenge in UCLA in tourney's College Cup.

Gone too Soon
Memorial Mass is Friday for Siobhán Ross, beloved technology coordinator.

Immersed in Research
Students in 4 disciplines display, discuss projects at Sigma Xi poster session.

Research Catalyst
Dr. Seann P. Mulcahy receives American Chemical Society grant to support research on crude oil derivatives.

 
Alumni More

Aquinas Hall Remembrance
Remembering the lives of our sisters.

Mike Leonard’s Providence
Filmmaker returns to campus to film for his new PBS series.

Meet-ups for Basketball
Alumni will host receptions in eight locations when the Friars come to town.

Happy Birthday, Feinstein!
PC’s Feinstein Institute of Public Service commemorates 20 years of community service and academic study.

Weber on Mercy
Kerry Weber ’04 presents Distinguished Alumna Address at Liberal Arts Honors Convocation.

Welcome Freshman Families
Olympic gold medalist Vicki Movsessian Lamoriello '94 to give keynote at Freshman Family Weekend.

Planning Ahead
James Drinan J.D. ’78 takes on a new role as executive director of the American Planning Association.

 

 



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