Oral History interview with Caroline Salvatore who worked at Salve Regina as a psychology professor. The interview was conducted on July 12, 2018.
Salvatore, Caroline and Gillibrand, Isabelle, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Caroline Salvatore [audio]" (2018). Salve Regina Oral History. 19.
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Caroline Salvatore worked as a full-time faculty member in the psychology department at Salve Regina for about thirty years. During her interview she talked about her experience of completing a Ph.D program, going from part-time to full-time faculty, and her memories at the University. She also mentions her experience with different people she worked with over the years, specifically Sr. Prudence Croke, Sr. Lucille McKillop, and Sr. Therese Antone.