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Adrian Beaulieu, Ed.S., Dean of International Studies - Providence College

Adrian Beaulieu oversees education abroad as Providence College’s first-appointed dean of international studies. For 25 years, Dean Beaulieu has served on many program advisory boards and has presented at many national and regional conferences with a focus on study abroad issues particular to private liberal arts colleges.

He serves as a member of the Forum on Education Abroad, as a certified reviewer for the Forum’s Quality Improvement Program (QUIP) peer-review process, and as a certified assessor for the Forum’s professional certification program. His areas of interest and expertise include quality assurance, program and curriculum development, and student engagement.

Before joining Providence College, he held study abroad director positions at George Washington University and Smith College. Dean Beaulieu holds an Ed.S. degree in higher education administration from George Washington University and a S.T.L degree in theology and Christian ritual from the Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara University. He is a proud charter member of Red Sox Nation.

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