Harkins Hall 208
Ph.D. - Sociology, University of Connecticut
Area(s) of Expertise:
Hugh F. Lena is Provost & Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Sociology. Dr. Lena's research interests include cross-national health, health professions, and pedagogy, particularly of service-learning.
Awards and Honors:
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma & Eta Lambda
- Honorary Member, Providence CollegePredoctoral fellowship in Social Sciences and Health Research
- US Public Health Service Selected by the Classes of 1995 & 1986 to Speak at Academic Awards Ceremony
- Providence CollegeInstitute for Educational Management
- Graduate School of Education, Harvard UniversityInstructional Technology Project Grant
- Davis Foundation
Lena, Hugh., Kelly, Angela. (2006). The Community Assistant Model.
National Campus Compact, Eds. Edward Zlotkowski, Nicholas Longo, and James R. Williams. , 11.
Lena, Hugh. (2002). Foundations of Organizational Service.
American Sociological Association, Eds. M. Ender et. al.. (2nd Edition),
Lena, Hugh. (2000). Health and Human Rights: A Reader.
Providence: Studies in Western Civilization, Eds. J. Mann, S. Gurksin, M. Grodin and G. Annas. 5 (3 & 4), 175-176.
Lena, Hugh. (1999). Service-Learning Through Meta-Reflection: Problems and Prospects of Praxis in Organizational Sociology.
American Association of Higher Education, Eds. J. Ostrow, G. Hesser, S. Enos. , 107-119.
Lena, Hugh. (1995). How Can Sociology Contribute to Integrating Service Learning into Academic Curricula? .
The American Sociologist, 26 (4), 106-116.
Lena, Hugh., 20th Anniversary “Ritz” Conference on Contemporary Issues in Health Care, Women & Infants' Hospital, Warwick, RI, "The Rhetoric of Crisis and the Medical Record". November, 2005.
Lena, Hugh., Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, "Learning Organizational Theory Through Praxis: An Application of Service Learning in Sociology". August, 1998.
Lena, Hugh., Lena, Jennifer., Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, "Challenges of Faith: Wealth and 'Free Spaces' Among Catholic Women". August, 1997.
Lena, Hugh., Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, "Interdisciplinary Research in the Sociology of Religion". August, 1997.
Lena, Hugh., King, Thomas., Second Annual Meeting of Campus Compact's Invisible College, Indianapolis, Indiana, "Building Learning Communities: Service as Praxis". June, 1996.
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