November 04, 2017

Annual Giving

From left, Gabrielle Vega ’17, Gabrielle Mancini ’17, Brian Kennedy ’17, and Blaine Payer ’18 were among 11 students who participated in the PC in Hollywood Program in January 2017. They met with PC alumni who work in the entertainment industry, took behind-thescenes tours, and explored entertainment careers as part of the program founded by film producer Todd Slater ’97 in 2012.
From left, Gabrielle Vega ’17, Gabrielle Mancini ’17, Brian Kennedy ’17, and Blaine Payer ’18 were among 11 students who participated in the PC in Hollywood Program in January 2017. They met with PC alumni who work in the entertainment industry, took behind-the-scenes tours, and explored entertainment careers as part of the program founded by film producer Todd Slater ’97 in 2012.

Annual gifts enable Providence College to provide the educational, co-curricular, and community-based programming that prepares our students to thrive and to succeed when they graduate. Examples, all of which are supported by multiple donors, include:

CLASS OF ’65 TERRACE AT THE RUANE CENTER FOR THE HUMANITIES

CLASS OF ’66 OUTDOOR CLASSROOM AT THE RUANE CENTER FOR THE HUMANITIES

CLASS OF ’67 OUTDOOR CLASSROOM AT HARKINS HALL

PC IN HOLLYWOOD STUDENT-ALUMNI CAREER PROGRAM

CURRICULUM INITIATIVES, INCLUDING A NEW CORE CURRICULUM AND A REVISED DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION PROGRAM

DIVERSITY INITIATIVES

THE HUMANITIES FORUM

EXPANDED SUPPORT FOR STUDY ABROAD

Dr. Clayborne Carson, the Ronnie Lott Director of Stanford University’s Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute, is one of the many noteworthy scholars to visit PC as part of The Humanities Forum initiative. Presentations provide opportunities for students, faculty members, and others to engage in intellectual discourse outside the classroom, to deepen their appreciation for the humanities, and to explore diverse perspectives.
Dr. Clayborne Carson, the Ronnie Lott Director of Stanford University’s Martin Luther King, Jr., Research and Education Institute, is one of the many noteworthy scholars to visit PC as part of The Humanities Forum initiative. Presentations provide opportunities for students, faculty members, and others to engage in intellectual discourse outside the classroom, to deepen their appreciation for the humanities, and to explore diverse perspectives.

 

Delina Auciello ’18 displays her Friar pride a mile high, at Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in 2016. Interest in study abroad has increased sharply since 2011, with the percentage of juniors participating jumping from 16.5 percent to 39.6 percent.
Delina Auciello ’18 displays her Friar pride a mile high, at Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania in 2016. Interest in study abroad has increased sharply since 2011, with the percentage of juniors participating jumping from 16.5 percent to 39.6 percent.

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