Oral history interview with Dr. Stephen Trainor, an English professor at Salve Regina and former Dean of Undergraduate Studies. The interview was conducted on February 25, 2020.
Gillibrand, Isabelle and Trainor, Stephen, "Salve Regina Oral History Project: Dr. Stephen Trainor [audio]" (2020). Salve Regina Oral History. 41.
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To start the oral history interview, Dr. Trainor discussed his pre-Salve career in administration leading up to how he started at Salve Regina. Dr. Trainor described his experience as Dean of Undergraduate Studies, including his work on starting the Pell Honors Program and changing the Core curriculum. Following this, Dr. Trainor transitioned into his experience as a professor, both at Salve and with the Salve Study Abroad program to Oxford, England. Dr. Trainor described his course structure and methodology, along with his experiences in the classroom at Salve and abroad. To conclude, Dr. Trainor discussed some of his most memorable Salve Regina experiences and what he hopes for the University’s future.