Office

Office of the Provost

Contact Information

Greg Weiner, Provost and Academic Vice President

508-767-7312


Location

La Maison, Office of the Provost, 002

Office of the Provost

If we were living in the middle ages, no one would wonder at the title provost: the provost was the head of a religious community associated with a cathedral. Our work today is quite different.

The Provost is the chief academic officer of the College. The provost has responsibility for working in concert with the faculty, the deans, the academic departments, the President and the Board of Trustees to provide the best possible liberal education in the Catholic intellectual tradition for the College’s students. Review and revision of the curriculum, hiring of new faculty and academic planning for the College are some of the duties that fall within the Provost’s domain.

We welcome your interest in our shared work.  You will find us on the first floor of the Maison just to the right of the statue The Dying Gaul.  Please stop by and say hello.

Sincerely,

Greg Weiner, Ph.D.

Provost and Academic Vice President


Office of the Provost


Feb 16 Sun

Black History Month Mass

Celebrate Black History Month by attending this mass held by Father Warren Savage ’75, who will be accompanied by Count It All Joy Music Ministry from Webster, NY. Free and open to the public.

Feb. 16, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Chapel of the Holy Spirit
Feb 18 Tue

Black History & Women’s History Month Lecture: Diaspora Ambassadors: Black Women, Pageants, and Building Connections across the African Diaspora

Attend a powerful lecture that examines how African American women became diasporic ambassadors whose experiences in the African diaspora reshaped understandings of Blackness and community formation in the late 20th century. This lecture will be presented by Courtney Pierre Joseph, Ph.D., assistant ...

Feb. 18, 2020
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Hagan Hall, Hagan Campus Center

Events

Feb 16 Sun

Black History Month Mass

Celebrate Black History Month by attending this mass held by Father Warren Savage ’75, who will be accompanied by Count It All Joy Music Ministry from Webster, NY. Free and open to the public.

Feb. 16, 2020
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Chapel of the Holy Spirit
Feb 18 Tue

Black History & Women’s History Month Lecture: Diaspora Ambassadors: Black Women, Pageants, and Building Connections across the African Diaspora

Attend a powerful lecture that examines how African American women became diasporic ambassadors whose experiences in the African diaspora reshaped understandings of Blackness and community formation in the late 20th century. This lecture will be presented by Courtney Pierre Joseph, Ph.D., assistant ...

Feb. 18, 2020
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Hagan Hall, Hagan Campus Center

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