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Lecture Hall: "An Epilogue"


Retiring faculty member Dr. Donna McCaffrey ’73G, ’83Ph.D., & ’87G, assistant professor of history, will be honored at Lecture Hall: An Epilogue on Thursday, April 23 at 4 p.m. in Aquinas Lounge. Dr. McCaffrey first came to PC in 1971 to study for her master’s degree. Forty-four years later, she’s leaving the College with a rich legacy as a student — having earned two master’s degrees (history and theology) and a doctorate (history) from PC — and as a prized member of the Department of History faculty. During her time at the College, she also served as assistant director of residence (overseeing the Women’s Residence Program) and as assistant dean of undergraduate studies. In addition, Dr. McCaffrey is a published author and a frequent presenter at conferences. Presented by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Department of Human Resources, and the Office of Institutional Advancement, Lecture Hall will pay tribute to Dr. McCaffrey by having her discuss her distinguished career at PC.

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