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Feinstein Institute honored for student service

Providence College has been recognized on national and local levels for its community service contributions at programs such as FaithWorks, EXPLORE!, the Smith Hill Annex, and with community partners such as Youth Pride, Inc.




Prestigious grants fund chemistry alumni research

Four young alumni are researching issues with global impact such as the climate and alternative energy at renowned graduate institutions with funding from the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Defense.


Ben Williams ’15 as Count Alexis, left, and Courteney Olenzak ’17 as Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun play leading roles in the Department of Theatre, Dance, and Film’s production of Marie Antoinette: The Color of Flesh, by Joel Gross. Marie Antoinette will be presented in the Angell Blackfriars Theatre of the Smith Center for the Arts on Jan. 23-25 and Jan. 30-Feb. 1. Curtain times are 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. on Sunday. For more information and tickets, click here. (Photo: Logan Bruneau ’16)


Friars and Food, Providence College Magazine 
Academics More

‘What was Jesus Intending?’
Catholic University theologian to present St. Thomas Aquinas lecture.

He Made an Impact
Providence College community mourns the death of Fernando Morales ’18.

Good News for Teachers
New program combines teacher certification with master’s in urban teaching.

MLK Day Teach-in
PC community to honor civil rights leader’s memory through dialogue about his legacy, politics, and racism.

Friar Role Models
Student-athletes empower local girls in activity-based development program.

Service and Science Meet
Students are changed by month spent implementing research projects in Ghana.

Helping Santa Out
Dirigo leadership honor society sponsors Santa Shop to benefit Providence families.

 
Alumni More

Saluted for Service
PC brings home honors for community service contributions.

Alumni Receive Chemistry Research Fellowships
Four chemistry majors are researching global issues, thanks to prestigious grants.

A Historic Gift for PCSB
Alumnus Arthur W. Ryan ’63 and his wife, Patricia, to donate $5 million to create a new home for the College’s School of Business.

A Chance to Network
Alumni-student events planned in California, Boston, New York, and Providence.

He’s a Filmmaker, Too
Mark F. Brady, M.D. ’02 produces a documentary on emergency medicine that will air on RI-PBS.

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.

 

 



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