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Interview with Christopher Carbone, Graduate Program Coordinator and Lecturer in the department of Counseling, Leadership and Expressive Arts. Professor Carbone discusses his 20 year teaching career at Salve Regina, the history of his department since its founding by Professors Jack Childs and Barbara Ganim and how he started teaching in the program 20 years ago. Christopher also discusses his favorite memories of teaching, the importance of the arts and Mercy, his impressions of the Sisters of Mercy, especially Sister Leona Misto and the importance of her Mercy Symposium to his understanding of the Mercy mission at Salve Regina, and Sister Therese Antone and the importance of her leadership to the university.

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