Faculty honored for service, achievements

Pictured: Thomas Flanagan, associate professor in the Department of Business Studies and Economics, was honored for his 35 years of service to the University.

Salve Regina honored faculty members for their service and commitment to the University community during the annual faculty luncheon, held during Commencement weekend. Attendees were also given a booklet detailing their colleagues’ achievements for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Five years of service

  • Debra Grosskurth, assistant professor in the Department of Nursing
  • Emily Colbert Cairns, assistant professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages
  • Laurie Harper, associate professor in the Department of Education
  • Sean O’Callaghan, assistant professor in the Department of Religious and Theological Studies
  • Sharon Stager, assistant professor in the Department of Nursing

Ten years of service

  • Patricia Combies, senior lecturer in the Department of English and Communications
  • Mark Hough, lecturer in the Department of Business Studies and Economic
  • D. Matthew Ramsey, associate professor in the Department of English and Communications
  • Susannah Strong, assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History

Fifteen years of service

  • Symeon Giannakos, professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations
  • Sheila Quinn, associate professor in the Department of Psychology
  • Marialyn Riley, senior lecturer in the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance

Twenty years of service

  • Donna Harrington-Lueker, professor in the Department of English and Communications

Twenty-five years of service

  • Ellen McCarty, professor in the Department of Nursing
  • Arlene Nicholas, associate professor in the Department of Business Studies and Economics
  • John Quinn, professor in the Department of History

Thirty years of service

  • Thomas Svogun, professor in the Department of Philosophy

Thirty-five years of service

  • Thomas Flanagan, associate professor in the Department of Business Studies and Economics
  • Vincent Petrarca, senior lecturer in the Department of Administration of Justice

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