John J. Denio, M.S., M.B.A.
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacy Practice
Provost's Executive Committee
- David W. Clarke, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences
- Ronald A. DeBellis, Associate Dean of Student Academic Support
- Angela Dominelli, Dean of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Ian Douglas, Vice Provost of Innovative Learning
- Martha Hass, Dean of the School of Graduate Studies
- Susan Iwanowicz, Director of Library Services
Provost's Honors Circle
The Provost's Honors Circle is a three-year interdisciplinary experience for honors students in the College's bachelor of science (B.S.) programs.
The goal of the program is to provide enrichment opportunities to high-achieving B.S. students who are intellectually curious, well-rounded, engaged with their community, globally-conscious, and exhibit leadership potential.
Students interested in the Program must fill out an application and interview with members of the Honors Circle Committee. Honors Circle students, who are accepted at the end of their first (freshmen) years, must maintain a class ranking in the top 10% for their remaining three years at the College to remain eligible for the Program.
Once selected, students meet with faculty mentors in the fall semester of their sophomore years to develop a health care related theme that will guide their collective work over the next three years (e.g., vaccines in developing countries). Depending on the project, there may be opportunities for domestic and international travel.
Honors students are required to share their experiences, talent, and learning with peers through a colloquium, annual newsletters or blogs, classroom presentations, and volunteer efforts.