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The mission of the Office of Academic Affairs at Regis College is to provide an engaging, inclusive and effective educational environment that promotes excellence in teaching and learning, service and scholarship.
Regis’ rich academic portfolio includes two schools with a wide array of undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and professional practice.
The mission attaches importance to: Excellence, Integrity, Equity, Efficiency, Transparency and Respect as institutional values and to Accountability, Rewards, Communication, Collaboration and Assessment for Continuous Improvement as key operating principles for students, faculty and staff, respectively.
Fundamentally, this mission is pursued in the context of the mission, strategic vision and values and traditions of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston. Therefore, it is conscious of following “the signs of the times” and the need to be responsive to the changing realities of our College, city, state, nation and global society.
Malcolm O. Asadoorian III, PhD, Vice President of Academic Affairs
Karin Plumadore, Assistant Dean, Academic Affairs
Marsha Glines, PhD, Dean of Academic Student Services
Mary Anne Vetterling, PhD, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
Kate Edney, PhD, Associate Dean of Academic Assessment
Renata Cincotta, Executive Assistant, Academic Affairs
Gail Daniels, Administrative Assistant, Academic Affairs
Photograph, L to R: Professor Joan Murray, PhD, Communication, Dean Penelope Glynn, PhD, RN, School of Nursing and Health Professions, Malcolm Asadoorian, PhD, Vice President Academic Affairs and Dean, Regis School of Arts and Sciences, Associate Dean Mary Anne Vetterling, PhD, School of Arts and Sciences, and Sister Mary Rita Grady, PhD, Archivist, with other members of the faculty and staff preparing to march in academic procession.