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Bob Driscoll - A Look Back At His Successful Tenure in Friartown Part 2

With his retirement nearing, Bob Driscoll, vice president and director of athletics, shares personal stories and memories of his long career at PC and his thoughts on the future of the athletics program in part two of his interview.

Bob Driscoll - A Look Back At His Successful Tenure in Friartown

Bob Driscoll, vice president and director of athletics is retiring after a long and successful career with Providence College Athletics. In part one of a two part interview, Bob talks about his tenure in Friartown and what helped fuel his success here.

Arati Kale - What is an NFT?

There has been a lot of talk about NFTs recently. Assistant Professor of Finance Arati Kale tells us more about these non-fungible tokens and why they have become so popular.

Bob Hackey - What Should We Expect From A New State Health Director?

As Rhode Island waits to learn who the next leader of the R.I. Department of Health will be, Health Policy and Management Professor Bob Hackey discusses what qualities this person should have, challenges they may face, and how this role has evolved since the COVID-19 pandemic began two years ago.

Joan Branham - Notre Dame Cathedral Fire Anniversary

It's been three years since the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Joan Branham, professor of art and art history, discusses what happened the day of the fire, what art work was damaged and what was saved, her thoughts on the restoration efforts to date, and what we can expect when the Cathedral opens to the public again.

Father Justin Brophy O.P. - The Easter Season

Father Justin Brophy O.P., Assistant Professor of Political Science, discusses the importance of the Easter Season here at PC as well as how students can best prepare for Holy Week and Easter.

Ruth Ben Artzi - Russian Invasion of Ukraine Part 2

In part 2 of her interview, Associate Professor of Political Science Ruth Ben-Artzi, tells us about the role of NATO in the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the unfolding humanitarian crisis, and her thoughts about the end game of this conflict.

Ruth Ben-Artzi - Russian Invasion of Ukraine Part 1

As the war in Ukraine continues, Associate Professor of Political Science Ruth Ben-Artzi sits down for a two part interview to discuss the events leading up to the recent invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the global repercussions, the unfolding humanitarian crisis and the role of the U.S. and NATO.

Jonathan Jackson - Supply Chain Crisis Update

Is there a light at the end of the tunnel for the supply chain crisis? Associate Professor of Finance and Supply Chain Expert Jonathan Jackson weighs in.

Aishah Scott - Researching Disparities in Health Outcomes

Aishah Scott, assistant professor of Health Policy and Management and Black Studies, discusses her background, research, and message as part of PC's Winter Anti-Racism Series.

Laura Hauerwas - Largest Grant Award in PC History

Education Professor Laura Hauerwas discusses her background here at PC and shares her vision for the recent $11.3 million grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education, the largest grant award in PC history.

Yune Tran, Dean of the School of Professional Studies

In the second and final part of her interview, Yune Tran, Dean of the School of Professional Studies, shares her vision for the School and thoughts on the 50th anniversary of women being admitted to Providence College.

Yune Tran, Dean of the School of Professional Studies

In part one of a two part interview, Yune Tran, Dean of the School of Professional Studies, discusses her background, areas of focus, and what attracted her to Providence College.

Fr. Jordan Zajac O.P., Advent and Christmas 2021 Reflection

Fr. Jordan Zajac O.P., Assistant Professor of English, speaks about the Advent season, reflects on the true meaning of Advent and Christmas and shares his hopes for the PC community this Christmas.

Jessica Mulligan - Studying Health Care Workers in Puerto Rico Part 2

In the second and final part of her interview, Health Policy and Management Professor Jessica Mulligan discusses some of their initial findings and her hopes for the outcome of their research.

Jessica Mulligan - Studying Health Care Workers in Puerto Rico

In part 1 of a 2 part interview, Health Policy and Management Professor Jessica Mulligan discusses her field of study and the research she is conducting after receiving the first National Science Foundation grant for the School of Professional Studies.

Andrea McDonnell - PC's New Communication Minor

Andrea McDonnell, Associate Professor of Communication, discusses the new academic minor in Communication including what courses she is teaching, the level of student interest, and her hopes for the future of this new minor.

Sokeo Ros - The Center at Moore Hall Part 2

Sokeo Ros, a professional dancer, artist, educator and activist, shares his vision for the future of The Center at Moore Hall and discusses what students can expect this semester in the second and final part of his interview.

Sokeo Ros - The Center at Moore Hall Part 1

Sokeo Ros, a professional dancer, artist, educator and activist, shares the story of his personal and professional background and what led him to Providence College as he takes on the new role of director of The Center at Moore Hall in part one of a two part interview.

Jennifer Illuzzi - The Development of Western Civilization Program at PC

As the new director of The Development of Western Civilization Program, Associate Professor of History Jennifer Illuzzi discusses her vision for the program and what students can expect during the fall semester.

Adebimpe Dare - Multicultural Student Success

Adebimpe "Addie" Dare, Assistant Dean/Director of Multicultural Student Success, discusses her new role at PC as well as her goals for multicultural student success on campus.

Bees and Butterflies with Dr. B. (Rachael Bonoan) Part 2

Assistant Professor of Biology Rachael Bonoan discusses her field work as well as ways we can all help save the bees in the second and final part of her interview.

Bees and Butterflies With Dr. B. (Rachael Bonoan) Part 1

Assistant Professor of Biology Rachael Bonoan discusses her research on bees, butterflies and nutritional ecology in part one of a two part interview.

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Christian Wilwohl - Study Abroad Returns

Christian Wilwohl, Dean of Global Education, discusses what students can expect in terms of opportunities, changes, and possible challenges as the study abroad program starts again amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Raul Fonts - The Class of 2025

Raul Fonts, Associate Vice President/Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, breaks down the incoming Class of 2025. In addition, he details the obstacles that both the school and prospective students faced due to the pandemic.

Thea Riofrancos - Green Energy and Technology

Thea Riofrancos, Assistant Professor of Political Science, discusses her research and field work revolving around the social and environmental impacts of Green Energy and Green Technology.

Maia Bailey - The Feinstein Institute for Public Service and the Sustainability Committee

Maia Bailey, Associate Professor of Biology and Chair of the Sustainability Committee, discusses her vision for the Feinstein Institute for Public Service. In addition, she comments on new climate change initiatives and the role Providence College can play in promoting sustainability.

Michelle Chiles - Providence College Archives

Michelle Chiles, Head of Archives and Special Collection at Providence College, discusses the history of the Archives and the benefits they provide to the campus community.

Robert Hackey - Lifespan & Care New England Merger

Dr. Robert Hackey, professor of Health Policy and Management, discusses the effects of the Lifespan & Care New England merger as well as his upcoming podcast.

Fr Cuddy Easter 2021

Vice President of Mission and Ministry Father M. James Cuddy, O.P talks about what Easter means to the Providence College community.

Shannon Catlin

Shannon Catlin of the Office of Academic Services talks about her work with PC student-athletes and some of the unique challenges they face.

Ashley Smith-Purviance - Black Girl Magic

Dr. Ashley Smith-Purviance, a new PC faculty member in Black Studies and Public and Community Service Studies, talks about her inspirational empowerment program, "Black Girl Magic."

Dr. Matthew Guardino - The Initial Outlook for President Biden

Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Matthew Guardino discusses the start of the Biden administration and some of the challenges ahead.

Alex Caple Vaccine Hesitancy: Part II

This is Part II of two videos featuring Dr. Alexandria Caple, a post-doctoral fellow in PC's Psychology Department. Dr. Caple discusses the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines as well as the anticipated distribution timeline. (Note: This video was shot in December 2020, so any reference to "next year" means 2021)

Alex Caple - Vaccine Hesitancy

This is Part I of two videos featuring Dr. Alexandria Caple, a post-doctoral fellow in PC's Psychology Department. In this first segment, Dr. Caple speaks about her research on misinformation and why some people may be hesitant to get vaccinated for COVID-19.

Father Cuddy Reflects on Christmas 2020.

Fr. M. James Cuddy, O.P., vice president of mission and ministry, provides some unique reflection for Christmas 2020.

Carmen Aguilar - School of Continuing Education

Carmen Aguilar, new Dean of the School of Continuing Education, discusses her visions for the future of the school.

Adam Myers - 2020 Elections

Associate Professor of Political Science Dr. Adam Myers comments on the 2020 presidential and US Senate elections

Jamilee Lacy - MyHomeCourt Initiative

Jamilee Lacy, director and chief curator of Providence College Galleries, discusses the MyHomeCourt murals around Providence and the future plans for the project.

Elizabeth Schaper - Assistant Dean of Education

Elizabeth Schaper discusses what attracted her to Providence College and the opportunities and challenges she has identified for the Education department.

Dr. Joe Cammarano - 2020 Presidential Election

Dr. Joe Cammarano, associate professor of Political Science, discusses the upcoming presidential election and the current dynamic of the two main political parties.

Sean Reid - Introducing PC's Newest Provost

Provost and SVP of Academic Affairs Sean Reid discusses his path to Providence College, what attracted him to PC, and his plans for PC's academic curriculum.

Theresa Moore - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Work

Visiting Instructor of Diversity and Inclusion Theresa Moore discusses her role at Providence College, her experience with IDEI work on campus, and her goals for diversity in PC's academic programming.

Hugh Lena - A Reflection on His Time as Provost

Provost and SVP of Academic Affairs Hugh Lena reflects on the development of his career, his accomplishments as Provost, and his hopes for the future of Providence College Academics.

Alex Caple - Coronavirus Protesters

Dr. Alexandria Caple, a Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, discussed the confluence between COVID-19 coronavirus protestors and anti-vaxxers.

Eileen Wisnewski - Job Searching During COVID-19

Director of the the Center for Career Education Eileen Wisnewski offers her advice for new graduates searching for jobs during COVID-19 and highlights the innovative ways Providence College has adapted to preparing students for their searches.

Tuba Agartan - The Structure of US Healthcare During COVID-19

Associate Professor of Health Policy & Management Tuba Agartan discusses her recent piece in The Conversation, a leading, publicly accessible academic journal. She elaborates on key points in her article: inefficiencies in the US healthcare system during COVID-19, the role of primary care in treating COVID-19, and how universal health coverage can strengthen US healthcare.

Anthony Affigne - Climate Change

Professor of Political Science Anthony Affigne describes the severity of climate change, how he conveys information on climate change to his students and the political options for curbing the acceleration of climate change.

Nick Sailor - The Role of Institutional Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Work in Athletics

Nick Sailor, Director for Teaching and Education for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, discusses his unique role at Providence College and the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion work in athletics.