• Students honored during business department’s annual ceremony

    More than 100 students were inducted into three honor societies – Alpha Mu Alpha, IMA Accounting Honor Society and Sigma Beta Delta – during the Department of Business Studies and Economics’ annual awards ceremony May 6.

  • Four employees receiving degrees during Commencement ceremonies

    Three Salve Regina employees will receive degrees during this week’s Commencement exercises, bringing a whole new meaning to the term “work-study.” They will be awarded degrees in fields ranging from innovation and strategic management to psychology.

  • 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.

  • Students meet with defense, technology experts during D.C. visit

    Eight students working on an independent research study of the cyber risks to the military’s synthetic training environment recently visited Washington, D.C. for a series of discussions with experts from the defense and technology industries.

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

Students honored during business department’s annual ceremony

More than 100 students were inducted into three honor societies – Alpha Mu Alpha, IMA Accounting Honor Society and Sigma Beta Delta – during the Department of Business Studies and Economics’ annual awards ceremony May 6.

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FACULTY/STAFF

Four employees receiving degrees during Commencement ceremonies

Three Salve Regina employees will receive degrees during this week’s Commencement exercises, bringing a whole new meaning to the term “work-study.” They will be awarded degrees in fields ranging from innovation and strategic management to psychology.

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ATHLETICS

Gunther named CCC field performer of the year

The Commonwealth Coast Conference recently named Erin Gunther ’19 field performer of the year for women’s track and field. At the conference championships, Gunther took the gold medal in the triple jump with a distance of 11.20 meters.

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