Mary O’Keeffe, PhD
Chair, Department of Psychology
Cheryl Granai, BSN, MA
James F. Campbell, PhD
Assistant Vice President for Student Development
This project is made possible by Chris Riccobono ’01 and Amy Parrillo ’03 and we are grateful for their generosity.
This project is also supported, in part, by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Providence College Lifelines Project, Grant #SM-17-003.
We are grateful to Thea Woodruff, PhD, Department of Educational Psychology of the University of Texas at Austin, for permission to draw upon the work of their Well-Being in Learning Project.
We also wish to thank several other key individuals for their support of this project:
- Jennifer Van Reet, PhD, Director of the Center for Engaged Learning
- Kristine Goodwin, Vice President for Student Affairs
- Hugh Lena, Provost
- Alison Sjovall, Student Affairs Director of Communications and Assessment
- Steve Duryea and Andrea Keefe, Office of Institutional Advancement
We are especially grateful to the faculty recipients of the Riccobono Faculty Fellowships. They have contributed their talent and creativity to this initiative. Their efforts, and those of their colleagues across campus, serve to build academic resilience and help our students flourish in their careers and their lives.
Finally, we would like to thank Mindy McWilliams, Joselyn Lewis, and the Georgetown University Engelhard Project team for their advice, encouragement, and generous sharing of resources to help make this program possible.