• 40 students studying away and abroad this summer

    Forty Salve Regina students are participating in experiential and study abroad programs in six different countries this summer. The majority are taking part in three distinct programs offered by Salve Regina.

  • Class of 2018 shares success stories

    From advanced degree programs to positions with Fortune 500 companies to competitive internships, members of the Class of 2018 are finding success in their chosen fields.

  • Faculty honored for service, achievements

    Salve Regina honored faculty members for their service and commitment to the University community during the annual faculty luncheon, held during Commencement weekend.

  • Three Seahawks earn all-New England honors

    Dylan Ketch ’20, Patrick Maybach ’20 and Alex Perry ’18 were recently named to the Rawlings all-New England region team by the American Baseball Coaches Association and the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association.

NEWS

University to award 13 doctorates during Commencement

Salve Regina will award doctorates in humanities to 13 candidates during the graduate Commencement ceremony Thursday, May 17. The Ph.D. program offers the humanities as a foundation for understanding a world of accelerating and complex change.

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STUDENT LIFE

40 students studying away and abroad this summer

Forty Salve Regina students are participating in experiential and study abroad programs in six different countries this summer. The majority are taking part in three distinct programs offered by Salve Regina.

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FACULTY/STAFF

Faculty honored for service, achievements

Salve Regina honored faculty members for their service and commitment to the University community during the annual faculty luncheon, held during Commencement weekend.

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ATHLETICS

Three Seahawks earn all-New England honors

Dylan Ketch ’20, Patrick Maybach ’20 and Alex Perry ’18 were recently named to the Rawlings all-New England region team by the American Baseball Coaches Association and the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association.

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