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​PC Today — Sept. 2, 2014


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PC Kicks off new academic yearPC kicks off new academic year
The 2014-15 academic year is under way at Providence College, with the start of fall classes on Tuesday, Sept. 2. The College welcomes 1,037 new students in the Class of 2018, as well as 21 new tenure-track faculty.

 

 

Johnson conducts arts and culture resarch for RIJohnson conducts arts and culture research
Dr. Deborah J. Johnson, professor of art history and of women’s studies, worked with other researchers to develop recommendations to help Rhode Island leaders enhance the arts statewide and to measure their economic impact.

 

 


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Academics More

Back to School
The academic year begins with the arrival of 1,037 freshmen and 21 new tenure-track faculty.

State of the Art
Dr. Deborah Johnson’s research demonstrates the economic impact of the arts in R.I.

Arts & Sciences Scholars
Four faculty members in different disciplines are awarded summer research grants.

Professionalism Personified
Mary R. Politelli’s caring disposition permeated the School of Business and the College.

Russia Bound
Dr. Nuria Alonso García will spend a sabbatical year in Saint Petersburg, Russia, thanks to a Fulbright Award.

Living Laboratory
Biology students can observe nature at work at a bio-retention garden featuring native plants.

Waste Not
Friar Food Rescue, which delivers excess food from PC dining halls to the hungry, expands and evolves.

 
Alumni More

Back to School
The academic year begins with the arrival of 1,037 freshmen and 21 new tenure-track faculty.

Professionalism Personified
Mary R. Politelli’s caring disposition permeated the School of Business and the College.

Embracing Community
Hispanic community members share Mass, meal, fellowship with PC staff.

Back to Campus
Alumni gather for Reunion Weekend, enjoying WaterFire, barbecue, and awards brunch.

Doubly Rewarding
Accountancy students and alumni enjoy networking while sprucing up agency’s property.

Forever a Friar
Cowl columnist Matt Santos ’14, who majored in English and biology, was accepted early to Brown’s medical school.

Record-Setting Celebration
More than $877,000 is raised for key causes at the fifth annual “A Night in Black & White.”

 

 



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