The American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund has awarded Dr. Seann P. Mulcahy, assistant professor of chemistry, a $55,000 grant to investigate new ways to convert simple molecules derived from crude oil into more complex ring-like molecules.
In less than 36 hours, PC won an NCAA Tournament game in men’s soccer, grabbed three All-America selections in men’s and women’s cross country, captured a tournament championship in men’s basketball, and posted road victories in men’s and women’s ice hockey.
Dr. Seann P. Mulcahy receives American Chemical Society grant to support research on crude oil derivatives.
What a Weekend
Tourney titles, All-America honors top a thrilling two-day showing by athletics teams.
The 'Aeneid' Aloud
Continuing a new tradition, students and faculty read Virgil’s epic poem aloud for 12 hours.
President to be Honored
Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. ’80 to receive Cardinal Cushing Award.
They’re ‘Fully Committed’
Tanner Henry ’15 leads an entirely student-produced one-act comedy on Nov. 14-16.
A Scholar Remembered
Latin American scholars honor the late Rev. Edward L. Cleary, O.P. for his work in the field.
Leading with Values
PC to host fourth annual conference for R.I. college students on Saturday, Nov. 8.
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.
James Drinan J.D. ’78 takes on a new role as executive director of the American Planning Association.
A New Mission
After a career as a contractor, Rev. James M. Sullivan ’82, discovers newfound joy.
Fifth Time's a Charm
PC community runs, walks the 5th annual Friar 5K.
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