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Analysis and commentary from the Pell Center at Salve Regina University

It was a full house at Bazarsky Lecture Hall this past Tuesday at Salve Regina University. A lecture was being held to discuss the legacy of World War I, with five speakers from Salve’s own faculty. Speakers included, William Leeman, Ph.D., Jim Ludes, Ph.D., Timothy Neary, Ph.D., John Quinn, Ph.D., and Maureen Montgomery, Ph.D. Each […]
Author: Cassidy Rota
Posted: October 22, 2014, 5:17 pm

McKillop Library

Salve Regina University

A lot has happened since our last post: all of the books have been moved to the third floor and half of the collection is housed in compact shelving units. We have gained more space on the 2nd FL and … Continue reading
Author: lori
Posted: October 21, 2014, 7:57 pm

Study Abroad

In a few days will mark the halfway point of my trip and I can’t believe it. I’ve really learned some useful information in my environmental classes thus far. Did you know that Costa Rica has a goal of becoming … Continue reading
Author: Kimberly Kleszczynski
Posted: October 15, 2014, 3:07 am

English Undergraduate Academic Department at Salve Regina University

Undergraduate Academic Department at Salve Regina University

By Daniel J. Holmes   Critics attempting to evaluate the comedic elements of Waiting for Godot often become swept up in Samuel Beckett’s concept of the risus purus. This mode of.....
Author: mcclanaghan
Posted: August 15, 2014, 11:18 pm

Center for Teaching and Learning at Salve Regina

Promoting conversations about and supporting innovation in teaching and learning.

You are a creator of content. Do you understand your copyrights? When do you own your creations and when do others own it? How do co-authoring, open-access journals, and work-for-hire rules affect you? What have been your experiences with publishers … Continue reading
Author: Annette Torrey
Posted: October 20, 2014, 7:46 pm