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The faculty who teach in the Global Studies Department come from many different disciplines, but share a commitment to engaged student learning. Learn more about some of the faculty who teach in the program below.

Nuria Alonso Garcia

After graduating from the Universidad de Oviedo with a degree in Spanish Philology in 1993, she started her doctoral work in the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, in Madrid...Read More:

Kara Cebulko

Kara Cebulko is an assistant professor of Sociology and Global Studies at Providence College. Her research and teaching interests focus on the experiences of unauthorized migrants, transitions to adulthood, race and ethnicity, and globalization...Read More:

Nicholas Longo, Chair

Nicholas V. Longo is Chair of Global Studies and associate professor of Public and Community Service Studies at Providence College. From 2006-2008, he served as the director of the Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute, an endowed civic leadership center at Miami University in Ohio..Read More:

tom king

tom king is a faculty member in the Department of Global Studies and Management. He teaches courses on...Read More:

Jim TullJim Tull

Jim facilitates workshops on community building, cultural transformation and deep ecology and also teaches Philosophy at the Community College of RI and Rhode Island’s state prison. In the summer of 2015, he and a small group of friends, including two PC/Community Service alums, founded ‘Listening Tree Cooperative’, a community-based permaculture homestead, in Chepachet, RI. He is father to Sofia (b. 1991) and Nelson (1994).​

Catholic and Dominican

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