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Once a Seahawk, Always a Seahawk

The Office of Alumni, Parent and Family Programs works closely with these constituencies to increase participation in University activities, giving and support. From the early tradition of volunteer participation by alumni and parents, the office today engages hundreds of volunteers in service to the University through many avenues of programming, service and giving. The office supports the University mission, purpose, vision, values and strategic direction, and embodies the belief that alumni, parents and families are key components in the continued success of Salve Regina as a leading institution of higher education.

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Seahawk Athletic Hall of Fame Brunch and Ceremony

Celebrating star Seahawks

The Salve Regina University Department of Athletics, in conjunction with the Office of Alumni, Parent and Family Programs, has announced the Seahawk Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2021. Comprising the Hall of Fame's 13th induction class are four athletes - Clare Adams '14 (volleyball), Ryan Birrell '11 (basketball), Sergio Gonzalez '00 (soccer), Meaghan Harden '16 (basketball) - and long-time local radio broadcaster, Bobb Angel (WADK). 

The 2021 Seahawk Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Brunch will take place at 12 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 3 in O'Hare Academic Building. Presentation ceremonies inside Bazarsky Lecture Hall (1 p.m.) open to all. Seats for this year's brunch are $25 per person (free for children under the age of five), and those interested in attending the ceremonies should register by Sept. 27. Registration includes a $5 gift to Friends of Seahawk Athletics.

Alumni Spotlight: Akeia Bowman de Barros Gomes '00

 As students, there’s always a path that we expect to follow: take courses in correspondence with a major; graduate with a specific degree; and find a job within that same field. But for Akeia Bowman de Barros Gomes ’00, her education and degree brought her through many fields, and she’s had the opportunity to bring her values and knowledge from her time at Salve Regina through these fields too.

Alumni and Family Features

Maureen Philbin '86

With her energetic and visionary leadership, Maureen Philbin ’86, a Salve Regina alumnus and adjunct faculty, has been appointed as the first female executive director of the Fall River Deaconess Home. Philbin served as the Chief Operating Officer of Day One and Senior Vice President of Network Services for Child and Family Services and has extensive experience managing non-profit organizations for child welfare, advocacy, education behavioral health and systems of care administration. 

Arlene Nicholas '92

Salve Regina professor and alumna, Arlene Nicholas ’92, ’94, ’96, was a keynote speaker at the INTI International University & Colleges Malaysia. Her virtual presentation titled “Learning Methods of Generation Z” was a result of her published article “Preferred Learning Methods of Generations Z" from December of 2019.  

James Finke '07

James Finke '07 recently published his first book entitled “You Don’t Need a Ph.D. to Find G-O-D.” Finke’s book is an Amazon #1 New Release for Inspirational Christianity, Christian Apologetics, and Christian Faith. Finke and his wife Tiffany St. John Finke ’07 live in Connecticut with their three children.

Daniel DiMaio '07, M'08

Daniel DiMaio ’07, M’08, a 12-year veteran of the Warwick Police Department and recently celebrated a promotion during a ceremony at the City Hall’s Council Chambers. DiMaio will inherit a new patrol platoon and serves as the commander of the Warwick SWAT team.

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Alumni, Parent and Family Programs
Ochre Court
(401) 341-2346
alumni@salve.edu

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