November 04, 2017

Mind, Body, and Soul

Ray Treacy Track
Ray Treacy Track

Support to enhance student and community life is instrumental to the College’s success and vital for its future. Campaign donors have provided generously for faith-life initiatives, Friar athletics, and other programs that help define the PC experience. Some examples, and their leadership donors who funded them, are:

RUANE FRIAR DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Michael A. Ruane ’71 & ’13Hon. and Elizabeth Ruane

William J. Donovan ’87 and Christine D’Auria Donovan ’86

Anonymous

Athletics Innovation Lab and Sports Medicine enhancements: M. Joseph Canavan ’65 & ’85P and MaryBeth Canavan ’85P

CHAPEY FIELD AT ANDERSON STADIUM

Karl W. Anderson ’88 and Kerry Fowley Anderson ’88

Michael J. Chapey ’86 and Maura Hurley Chapey ’86

SCHNEIDER ARENA RENOVATIONS

Anonymous and many additional donors

MULLANEY GYM RENOVATIONS

Anonymous and many additional donors

RAY TREACY ’82 TRACK

Many donors

GLAY FIELD PRESS BOX

Lynn M. Souza ’97

LENNON FAMILY FIELD

The Estate of Rev. Joseph L. Lennon, O.P. ’40 & ’61Hon. †

THE CALABRIA PLAZA

Joseph M. Calabria ’65 & ’93P and Sugar Calabria ’93P

PEER MINISTRY PROGRAM

Douglas A. Kingsley ’16P and Joan E. Kingsley ’16P

BENJAMIN FAMILY SOCIAL MEDIA FELLOWSHIPS

Adam P. Benjamin ’91 and Margaret Howley Benjamin ’91

THE GUS AND RITA COTÉ INTERNATIONAL SERVICE IMMERSION TRIP ENDOWED FUND

Gustave C. Coté ’62Hon. and Rita Coté

GALLO GLOBAL FELLOWSHIPS

Robert C. Gallo, M.D. ’59 & ’74Hon. and Mary Jane Gallo

FR. PHILIP A. SMITH, O.P. STUDENT FELLOWSHIPS FOR STUDY AND SERVICE ABROAD

Many donors

† Deceased

Nearly 70 PC students have been awarded Fr. Philip A. Smith, O.P. Student Fellowships for Study and Service Abroad since the program began in 2009. Smith Fellows travel to Catholic and Dominican sites outside the U.S. to study and serve, becoming better acquainted with the “breadth and richness of the church universal.” In the summer of 2014, Alexandra Rawson ’15, left, and Kerry O’Donohue ’15, right, traveled to Eastern Australia and the Solomon Islands, where they met Bishop Christopher Cardone, O.P. ’80 & ’01Hon.
Nearly 70 PC students have been awarded Fr. Philip A. Smith, O.P. Student Fellowships for Study and Service Abroad since the program began in 2009. Smith Fellows travel to Catholic and Dominican sites outside the U.S. to study and serve, becoming better acquainted with the “breadth and richness of the church universal.” In the summer of 2014, Alexandra Rawson ’15, left, and Kerry O’Donohue ’15, right, traveled to Eastern Australia and the Solomon Islands, where they met Bishop Christopher Cardone, O.P. ’80 & ’01Hon.
Under the leadership of Robert G. Driscoll, Jr., associate vice president and director of athletics, Friar athletics is enjoying a period of unprecedented success in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. The 2015 NCAA Championship in men’s ice hockey (pictured), the 2013 NCAA Championship in women’s cross country, and the rise of the men’s basketball program to national prominence are among the many highlights.
Under the leadership of Robert G. Driscoll, Jr., associate vice president and director of athletics, Friar athletics is enjoying a period of unprecedented success in competition, in the classroom, and in the community. The 2015 NCAA Championship in men’s ice hockey (pictured), the 2013 NCAA Championship in women’s cross country, and the rise of the men’s basketball program to national prominence are among the many highlights.
The 2017-2018 Benjamin Family Social Media Fellows are, from bottom, Bridget Reilly ’20, Mary-Kathryn Rogers ’18, Justine DeVerna ’18, Rachel Sullivan ’18, and Austin Kulig ’19. Fellows receive extensive training, which they use to plan and implement School of Business social media campaigns. The program provides valuable networking opportunities, including a trip to New York where the students meet with executives from leading digital and social media companies.
The 2017-2018 Benjamin Family Social Media Fellows are, from bottom, Bridget Reilly ’20, Mary-Kathryn Rogers ’18, Justine DeVerna ’18, Rachel Sullivan ’18, and Austin Kulig ’19. Fellows receive extensive training, which they use to plan and implement School of Business social media campaigns. The program provides valuable networking opportunities, including a trip to New York where the students meet with executives from leading digital and social media companies.

 

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